“On this visit the food was not so great.”
Good Persian Food/ Not Consistant. I stumbled upon this restaurant trying to find the Atlanta fair, I was so excited that I took my family in to eat. I thought it was a fast food type of deal where you order and then wait for your tray of food!? We ordered and had a seat and then they brought out soup and our drinks while the food was being prepared. About 5-10 minutes later our food was brought out. I was impressed with the large portions and had extra to bring home. I enjoyed the food so much I decided to take my kids while they were on spring break. On this visit the food was not so great. I heard microwaves running and beeping. You could tell the food was not fresh and I was let down! The kabob's tasted like they had been marinating for too long?! Choose for your self!
Good Persian food Downtown. Seriously.
Outside of Buford Highway, there’s something to be said for finding good ethnic eats in the city limits of Atlanta. Lodged on the outskirts of Castleberry Hill this Persian spot might not be conducive to the Buckhead lunch crowd, but Downtowners have reason to cheer. Boasting a squeaky-clean aesthetic with high windows and white tiles, the interior feels almost trendy, accented by a glass-encased counter where you can watch flat bread being prepared. Service is friendly and the menu is a simple one: kabobs, wraps and salads. Complimentary soup arrives first, a sort of welcoming surprise to keep you happily occupied until your meal comes. Kabob meats come char-broiled and tangy-good, spiced with sufficient seasoning but not enough to overwhelm, served over a bed of buttery saffron Basmati rice. With combos clocking in at under $10, this casual and clean spot is well worth the chance.
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