Basic Iranian food.
This restaurant is very basic, serving as both a restaurant and banquet hall. On this Saturday evening a large group from Nellis Airforce base occupied 2 long banquet tables with the remaining diners scattered around the large room.
We shared a delicious appetizer of Kashk-E-Bademjan, fried eggplant mixed with Kashk (whey) flavored with sauteed garlic and mint. We also shared an order of Shiraz, a Persian salad of fresh chopped cucumbers, tomatoes, parsley, onion and house dressing that was less satisfying. Ann’s entrée was Fesenjon, fried walnut pomegranate sauce, mixed with boiled chicken and a side of Basmati rice. My entrée was another stew, Baghali Polo, basmati rice mixed with fresh dill and lima beans served with a cooked lamb shank in tomato sauce. The amount of rice served was almost overwhelming.
The owner, Amy, stopped by our table to inquire how we enjoyed our meal and ended up sitting with us for a half hour while we enjoyed complimentary orders of baklava and tea.
Great food but....
The koobideh kabab is excellent at this restaurant. The service is a little too slow though no matter how many customer is there.
But my major and only concern is that I saw a live cockroach on dining room floor! yike!
BEST MIDDLE EASTERN RESTAURANT IN TOWN!.
The chicken koobideh kebab and adas polo are the best I've had in the US! The
portions are huge and fairly priced. One meal can easily feed 2 people. The only
downside here is the often stale pita bread.
Best kebobs in town.
Excellent restaurant. Great atmosphere. Very accommodating staff. Food is Awesome! We get the meal for 2-4 when we go with a group. Steak and chicken kebobs. Try the cherry rice - sounds weird but absolutely fantastic. Many of the appetizers are good too.
Very clean place. Definitely worth the visit.
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