This Persian restaurant on Westwood Boulevard sprouted from a grab-and-go counter inside the adjacent Super Sun market. Farsi still has a case packed with dips, soups and rice dishes, but the owners now conceal those offerings behind high-backed banquettes. Instead, the focus is on a fashionable space with orange walls, a fiber optic chandelier, and dishes that Farsi staffers prepare to order. Chicken Bone-in with Rice ($13) consists of imaginatively butchered drumsticks, flaps of meat akimbo that are stained yellow and seared on the outside. The kebabs come with saffron stained rice, grilled tomatoes, bell peppers and onions, and a squeezable lime wedge.