The four of us went to Yekta for dinner ahead of a concert at the Strathmore about 15 minutes down the road. First, it was quiet. Second, the menu had several unusual items which made it tough to choose. Hire, and most important for me, the hummous and he Zeytoon Parvardeh (green olives and walnuts marinated with pomegranate molasses, herbs and garlic) that came with our Mezze plate were spectacular. All the flavors for both starters and main meals were intense and wonderful, but I could only so much before my taste buds were worn out. The desserts, which we had no time or room for, looked unusually interesting. Next time, we'll act as though this place is a Persian tapas restaurant and make a meal of the starter spreads.
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