Fantastic Persian food and an ample drink menu to accompany a superb hummus appetizer, baby kale salad and filet kabob. Clean and inviting it was excellent. Cannot wait to revisit and order more ethnic cuisine.
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It is a high class restaurant with its fancy furniture; however, the variety of food they make are very ymmy. We so loved the way they serve the food and the taste of the way they cooked them. You can order your food as well...More
Zafron is a steady, delicious restaurant and the owner/chef is devoted to creating quality presentations, delicious desserts that are out of this world and fine Persian food. Great salads and a super lunch and dinner resource that is always a favorite.
For some reason Sandy Springs is a hub for Persian restaurants in the Atlanta area. We ate here for dinner with some friends. I had the Mediterranean salad and the Lamb Kabobs with basmati rice along with a couple of bottles of Meoimi pinot noir....More
Pleasant atmosphere, very nice food - the hummus and eggplant are delicious. Also tried the cabbage with minced beef - a little too much "tomatoey" . Staff is super-courteous, food is well presented and delivered promptly.
We went with friends to Zafron. It was our first time. The decor is very nice & very comfortable. They do not pack the tables in & make it crowded. The noise level on this crowded night was very comfortable. The food was superb. My...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner on a week night in Sandy Springs. Our tasty appetizer of kashk bademjoon was beautifully presented with warm, light pita wedges and the traditional condiments plate of mint, basil, olives, feta, and herbs. The presentation of the lamb shank and...More
I usually like Persian food but I was very disappointed in this one. I found the kabobs dry and not tasty. We were a large group and were not well taken care of. The wait staff were not helpful and seemed quite bored with what...More
Each one of us enjoyed our meal, chicken barg, lamb and tenderloin kabob. The service was a little slow, but a minor inconvenience considering the overall evening.
Zafron or Rumi's Kitchen? Had lunch recently at Zafron restaurant for the first time in Sandy Springs. Had been to Rumi's many times over the years and wondered how this would compare. First, it was nice to have a quiet comfortable booth to visit with...More