If you've never had Iranian food, this is a great place to get a solid introduction! I'm Iranian and grew up in a city with a big Iranian population. Noon o Kabab is some of the best Iranian food I've had in a restaurant anywhere outside Iran. The kabobs are great and this is obviously what you want to order here - I wouldn't waste time on a khoresht (stew). Favorites are the kubideh (ground beef kabob) and joojeh (marinated chicken breast). They also do a standout tahdig appetizer. For those who don't know, tahdig is crispy rice from the bottom of the pot. At Noon o Kabob you get a huge slab, and they cover it with a stew of your choice. I recommend ghormeh sabzi, an herb stew with kidney beans and lamb (or beef). One tip: here is how you eat your kabobs, Persian style: add butter to the rice if you want, break up the grilled tomato so you can have some with each bite, sprinkle some sumac on the rice. Eat raw onion on the side. I've introduced my American boyfriend (and friends) to this style and they are HOOKED.
Cons: - the complimentary bread offered at the beginning (with feta, herbs, radishes, and onions) is really subpar. It's thick commercial pita. I can't imagine it's that hard to get some lavash bread in that neighborhood, so they should change that. Also the ambiance could be better.