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Sit facing the windows at this Iranian restaurant and you’ll look out on stagnant traffic and furniture showrooms; face inwards and your eye alights on straw-matted walls hung with Persian rugs and unframed paintings of bearded merchants, a ceiling strung with coloured lanterns (faanoos) and a turquoise clay oven.
Dishes range from stuffed vine leaves and plates heaped with sabzi khordan (mixed fresh herbs) to joojeh (chicken kebab) and ghorm-e sabzi (lamb and herb stew) and kashk e bademjan (fried aubergine and oinions with yoghurt purée and spices. Desserts include baklava, Persian ice cream and faloodeh - starch noodles with rose water, sugar and crushed ice served with a slice of fresh lemon.
481 Upper Richmond Road West
|Transport:||Tube: Mortlake rail or 33, 337, 493 bus|
|Price:||Main courses £4.95-£8.95|
|Opening hours:||Meals served noon-11pm daily|
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