We relished our dinner at the Persian Kitchen in Stanmore Road. If it wasn’t for a friend’s recommendation we may never have known about this restaurant, and it seems to me they deserve more publicity.
The ambience is interesting. Note the racks of cups and teapots hanging from the ceiling on the right hand side of this photo. Our entree and dessert plates were old floral china, while mains were served on plain white dishes. We started with an assortment of delicious dips served with warm pita bread. As our main we chose to share the Combination platter which included rice, salads, and beautifully grilled meats, with sauces. Because the food was not heavy we still had room for desserts. Stephen chose Baklava, while I had the Lokum (Turkish Delight). The latter was a little heavy for me, but Stephen enjoyed his rich baklava. The bill for all this, including two glasses of wine and a cider came to $87.50 – good value for an excellent meal.
“The Persian Kitchen’s one we’d missed
but now it’s on our Favourites list.”