This restaurant has been serving Persian food in Rome’s multi-ethnic Ostiense neighbourhood since 2012 and also acts as a focal point for the city’s Iranian community.
It specialities include Mirzaqasemi (a starter made from grilled aubergine, egg, garlic, tomatoes), Kufteh (meatballs, rice, vegetables), Bagali Polò (beef, rice, broad beans, dill, saffron), Chelo Fesenjan (chicken stew, pomegranate juice, walnuts, saffron) and Chelò Kubideh (two skewers of lamb and beef minced together), as well as salads, desserts and Persian tea.
Open every day for lunch and dinner. The restaurant also offers a catering and delivery service.
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