Been craving some Persian rice and kabobs. Decided to come here on a Sunday when they had a lunch buffet. I normally don't like buffets, I find them normally tasteless, overcooked and cold. However since it was before 3pm I had no choice to try the buffet. I was pleasantly surprised. From the kabobs to falafel balls to chicken Biryani to lentil soup everything was warm, well seasoned and very flavorful. I still am surprised how good everything was.
Needless to say I only had 1 plate and I was full. Now comes the however part. The server brings me the bill and it's $24.95 per person. I was in a bit of shock at first. Then I realized I never asked how much it cost so that's partially my fault.
In the end if you're craving a Taste of Tehran in the suburbs, this is the place to go for authentic Persian cuisine. However unless you enjoy buffets, I'd probably go for dinner when the ala carte menu is available.
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