|★★★ This is a great Persian place to have food. Very nice and clean with delicious food. However, as usual their service is pretty bad, unfriendly and slow. I don't like to go there when I think of the food but given the quality and cleanliness I am forced to go. But would recommend that its worth a try !!!!|
|★★★★★ We had lunch on a weekday so the place was pretty crowded. However, the atmosphere and the decor were nice. We were told that the meat they use is ZABIHA Halaal so we ordered the delicious and soft chicken platter, which arrived in a few minutes. The restrooms were neat and clean. Customer service was superb.|
|★★★★★ Hands down the BEST Persian cuisine in the DC metro area. Minutes away from Tyson's Corner Mall. It has excellent, fast, and friendly service that comes from a family owned business makes this cozy restaurant a true gem for all food lovers. Gordon Ramsey would be proud!|
|★★★★★ My wife and I continue to go to this restaurant as one of the few truly zabihah halal persian restaurants in the DC metro area where no alcohol is served. We loved the food as it's extremely tender. You can never go wrong with some ghormeh sabzi and zereshk polo.|
|★★★ I would recommend to anyone that wants to try Persion food. When I called, they assured me menu was Zabihah. |
Had the mix platter (lamb and chicken). Very tender and not over cooked. Their best dish is the chicken and lentil soup.
The space is pretty decent and clean. Low marks for customer service - they started turning off lights at 9:30 pm and the guy started wiping down the table while my friend and I were still talking.
I had a decent food experience overall though.
|★★★★ Probably the best Halal Persian food around. Probably their lamb shanks are not Halal as the owner once told me, but I'm not sure if that is still the case.|
Koobide, chicken, and gheyme are great. Also, loobia polo is very delicious.
|★★★ I love Iranian food, this is definitely one of the places I would recommend to anyone that wants to try it. Their best dish is the chicken kabob, hands down. They do chicken better than anything else. Some of the other kabobs are a little dry, especially the barg, which was sort of a let down. I liked their salad olivia and the eggplant appetizers also. |
The service is alright. The space is pretty decent and clean.
It was a tad pricey, I did feel like they were overcharging a bit. I had a decent experience overall though.
|★★★★ It's my favourite place in the area, we use to go there almost every weekend, delecious food, Ihope they can add some new items to their menu, try it you will like it.|
|★★★★★ Best Persian kabobs in the area (coming from a Persian). Yes, you'll pay a few bucks more than the average kabob restaurant, but for the location, and the marvelous food, it's a pretty good deal.|
Usually places have one "really good" kabob only, but Rose's kubideh (ground beef), barg (beef steak), and joojeh (chicken breast) is definitely one of the best in the area. You can't go wrong with the food you choose.
If you want to introduce someone to Persian Cuisine, this is the place to go.
|★★★★ Have been here numerous times and it is consistently some of the best Persian food I have found in N. VA. It is a bit on the pricey side, but it is worth paying a bit more knowing the food will be great.|
|★★★★ This place is another good place if you want to have kabab..... i had the chicken kabab which was better than a lot of other kabab places .... would go there again!|
|★★★ Your typical Persian spot. Bland tasting kabobs. Pretty expensive as well. Still searching for a Persian restaurant in DC that serves flavorful and great tasting Kababs at a reasonable price.|
|★★★★★ Absolutely delicious food. Quaint environment. Friendly staff.|
|★★★★★ Some truly amazing kabobs. I drive here from DC... which isn't uncommon. However, a friend of mine drives here from Baltimore for these juicy kabobs. This small restaurants boasts great portions of wonderful food.|
|★★★★★ The best in the area|
|★★★ Judging from the reviews I was expecting excellent food but unfortunately only received mediocre. The menu is good with dishes that are hard to find elsewhere but the disappointment begins when you get served. Its expensive and the kababs were bland and cold.|
|★★★★★ TWO THUMBS WAY WAY WAYYY UP! i mean if i could come here more often i would, but its too far out for me. I have eaten many places in MD, DC and VA. and i must say this is the best, most juiciest kabobs in the area. I mean they are toooo juicy to be true. |
I think those kabobs should be illegal, because they are tooo tastey and too good.
VERY CLEAN PLACE! i highly suggest to bring your family and i think sisters will be ok coming here too. Unlike some muslim places this is VERY CLEAN! even the bathrooms.
only problem i have is the price. A chicken kabob will run you 12$ but when you take into account the portion and the salad (which is REALLY GOOD trust me) and the rice and the bread and the yogurts and the atmosphere and the friendly service, i think its worth the money
Go try it and write a review. They won alot of awards in the washington post by the way
|★★★★★ Fantastic Food, very friendly service....and an elegant environment. A very nice place to bring your family. A little pricey, yes, but worth it for the food and decor.... I'd rather pay more for the HALAL food to help them cover their expenses rather than have them serve alcohol to do it.|
They have a neon Halal sign inside the restaurant.
|★★★★ The food is very tasty, kebabs are soft and juicy. It is expensive however.|
|★★★★★ Excellent Chelow Kabob. Owner is Mashadi and their food is very good|
|★★★★★ Finally, a Persian kabob place in the DC metro area that's legit, 100% zabiha...the food is great, the service is great, and the prices are great...my favorite: kabobe barg|