Four of us (Three Iranian and one British) had lunch with the house claret and it was a very enjoyable experience. The owners brother looked after us very well and told us about the history of the restaurant and his travel experiences. He did his best to ensure we enjoyed our visit and it was like we were members of his family. We had boneless chicken kebab, kubideh lamb kebab and filet lamb kebab with mast-o mousir as a refreshing side dish. All were first class with excellent rice. We were asked how we would like our kebabs cooked which is unusual in a Persian restaurant. The service was quick and attentive and we were offered mint tea which was very refreshing. We felt that they all really made an effort to look after us and we shall certainly return.
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