The décor here is a bit formal with white tablecloths and candlelight. Persian food is meant to be shared family style and the portions are generous. The combination platter includes the kashk bademjan—eggplant topped with whey, mint, fried onions, chopped walnuts —which is yummy slathered on pita bread. The joojeh with bone is a Cornish hen kebab with basmati rice with slivers of almond, orange peel and raisins The fesenjan with chicken is a stew with roasted ground walnut cooked in pomegranate sauce. For dessert try the makhlut, a combination of rose ice cream with frozen rose water and rice noodles—sprinkle lots of lemon juice as it brings out the flavor.