My friend and I drove down to Freemont just to check the place out. The atmosphere was very cute and cozy. Very nice. We had never tried Persian food before. The waitress was very helpful and she even brought me a sample of the sauce that would come with the meal i wanted to order just to make sure that i would like it. Super yummy! I dont remember the name of the sauce, but i think it was made with walnuts and pomagrante juice or something. It was super good. I ordered the Fensanjon chicken. It was really good. I dont remember the names of the the dishes my friend ordered, but she really liked her meal. My friend and i are not big rice eaters, but the rice here, we at the whole plate! They also served some really great tasting Naan. And for dessert, we had some ice cream that tasted homemade wich was absolutely delicious! and we also had some bachlava which was pretty good, and we also had a little chocolate cake that had some chocloate inside. Kinda like a hostess cupcake, but oh so much better. The have a great dessert and wine menu. And its cool because any dish that you order, it is like you are getting a meal for two. Be prepared to bring home a doggy bag! And we happen to have come on a friday night, that there was belly dancing! She was great. I had a wonderful experience at this place and i am most definately coming back to try some of their kabobs.
I have been to many Persian resturants and this is one of my favorites. \r The owner makes you feel at home. Sometimes he will even give you a ch…
Almost literally a hole in the wall. Blink & you miss it. I'd been looking for this place for a few weeks after 2 friends told me the food was great. It's in the old theater on Fremont Blvd. at Peralta. You will need to suck in your gut to get around the counter and to one of the 3 cramped tables. This place is tiny. Finding it & squeezing inside is worth it. I was there in mid-afternoon and there was still a line. The portions are generous and the flavors are great. Recommended. I just wish they had a bit more room.
I am from New Delhi, and this place is as close as it can get to remind me of 'purani dilli wala khana'. The goat karahi and chicken tikka masala is to die for. But, I hate eating there because of the all the noise. Other than that, the service has improved a lot in past few years. Love this place.