The interior gives you a feeling of immersion and wonder, but that stops as soon as the food gets there. It was nothing special, I feel that I could have done better with a Persian cuisine cookbook.
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One of our preferred restaurants in Antwerp. Authentic Persian food, reminding me of my childhood which I spent in the country. The staff are super friendly and helpful, and the food is simply delicious! Give it a try, you won't be disappointed!
Friendly hostess who makes you feel at home. Excellent persian food and good wines. Do not go if you are in a hurry, things takes time but it is worth waiting and the atmosphere is good. The waiter was a quite clumsy, but not annoying,...More
We had an early dinner before a show on a weekday. Service was very attentive and took our timing into account. Excellent red house wine. We discovered a very interesting cuisine, sharing two different first dishes and main course. We will be back, but will...More
After sightseeing hubby and I were hungry and looking for a place to eat. But I wanted to get back to our hotel as fast as possible to order food. We got lost on the way and bumped into this lovely place. We had to...More
This is a small and friendly restaurant on the Hendrik Conscienceplein opposite the Carolus Borromeus church in the old city. The food is typically Iranian and the menu makes it possible to taste a range of the cuisine found in that country. The owners are...More
Best food I have ever had. Polite staff and very kind. Nice atmosphere and cozy. Persian kebab are the best. You have to try this
Located excellent, Persepolis Restaurant is cozy and pleasant. The service is efficient and discreet. But the best of the best is the food: excelent prepared and very authentic Iranian. They have all the ingredients used in the Iranian cuisine. The yogurt is perfect, the Kubideh...More
Nice restaurant with friendly service near the famous Carolus Borromeus church. Food is OK at very reasonable prices. I would recommend them to serve the rice in separate bowls: now they serve a lot of rice on your plate, which ends up overloaded, and in...More