We went on a Sunday night to celebrate my aunt’s birthday as a group of seven. The server did not offer any description of when he dropped off some complimentary lukewarm, tasteless (potato?) soup. The bread was cold.
He did not offer any beverages to the table before asking if we were ready to order - I had to flag him down to ask about their beverage selection to be able to order, as there was not a drink list given to us. It took 15 minutes to get an iced tea and a Persian tea to the table.
While I could have handled the less than mediocre service, I found him to be quite rude. My aunt asked for no rice with her meal - she opted for extra bread, and she was very clear when she ordered.
Everyone’s meals came, my aunt sat there waiting for a good ten minutes before receiving hers - and it came with rice! Exactly what she had asked to take off her meal. When she asked him where the bread was, he said “you tell me!” ... why would she have to explain herself again/or at all when she was so clear? He DID end up bringing her bread but his attitude was a bit much for me.
Other than the poor service, the food was okay. My sister and I shared the lamb chops and the ghormeh sabzi. The lamb chops were fine, but the ghormeh sabzi lacked proper seasoning and was overwhelmed by the lemony flavour. There were four tiny cubes of beef floating in the stew. Not good value for the price.
I was excited to have a persian restaurant close to home, but I will most likely not return as this experience was so negative.
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