The menu proposed is mainly traditional Iranian and in particular from Yazd, as the Shuli soup, that even if was not our favorite, is a so characteristic flavor between sweet and salty that you need to taste and also the Ghyme, typical lamb’s stew.
In addition there are also some dishes imported from Indian cuisine, due to the Indian chef and that the owner grew up in that country. It is open either for lunch and for dinner, and there are available vegetarian courses as well.
We tried different plates on the menu and both we agreed that as taste and flavors our favorite was the one called Dizii. Typical from Iran and done in a stone pot where the meat is cooked and after smashed in. And you eat it directly from there, accompanied with bread dunk in the broth.
Another plate that surprised us was the one made with meat of camel, first time that we were trying this kind of meat and we really loved it. So tasty!
So what do you want more? Good service, yummy food and an amazing view are the perfect cocktail for a great meal in Yazd.