Food is mediocre. Chicken kabob is the only item that is good enough on that menu. The rest isn't even close to Persian food. We went back just to give it another shot and we had the worst unwelcoming experience as we had kids with...More
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On a recent visit to San Francisco my husband and I thought of trying this popular Persian restaurant. Not being very familiar with this cuisine, our choice of dishes leaned towards the cautious -- kebabs, lentil soup, and fesenjan. They were well prepared. The restaurant...More
Made reservations. Were seated on time upon arrival. Service was prompt, courteous, and professional. Food was sooooo tasty and well prepared with decent presentation. All three of us in the family were extremely satisfied with our food!
This is the second time I've been to Lavash. Both times I went there early in the evening (about 5:30 to 6pm) without a reservation. However, they do encourage you to have a reservation. They are a little bit crazy about it. The food is...More
Extremely fresh starter salad (tomato, cucumber, goat cheese with basil, mint and cilantro). Use lots of sumac. Moist chicken, great beef/lamb kabobs and lamb chops. Saffron Rice was excellent.
Two of us had never had Persian food before and our friends took us here because they said it was the best. They were correct. We fell in love with the food, the spice, the ambiance and the friendly service. I couldn't tell you what...More
Lavash was wonderful. We walked down from the hospital to have a late lunch and they found us a table for 4. The menu is extensive and decisions were difficult with all the offerings. We chose the Try it All, Sabzi Panir (which was wonderful...More
We loved the Iranian food - we ordered Sabzi Paneer and Zareksh Polo (delicious rice with Iranian berries and chicken) - and just loved the food. interiors are very interesting and staff super helpful. Great place, strongly recommended