Zakuro

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  1. Zakuro
    Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
  2. Zakuro
    Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
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    Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
  4. Zakuro
    Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
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Time Out says

This raucous little slice of Persia is tucked away in a quiet, leafy part of Nishi-Nippori. Beneath myriad mosaic lamps and billowing sheets suspended from the ceiling, you’ll find a mix of Iranian, Turkish and Uzbek cuisines served on wooden boards placed on the floor.

Zakuro is not the place for a quiet meal, especially during the nightly belly dancing show. While the restaurant has a menu, the big draw here is the set course customised on-the-fly by the owner Ali to suit each table’s tastes.

The ¥1,000 ‘super hungry’ lunch course comes with soup, stew (choose from chicken, lamb, beans or vegetable), curries, chai tea and dessert. Or try the ¥2,000 dinner course cheekily named ‘you-can’t-finish-it-all’; an advance booking for three or more people includes a complimentary shisha session.

Details

Address:
3-13-2 Nishi-Nippori, Arakawa-ku
Tokyo
Transport:
Nippori Station; Sendagi Station (Chiyoda line)
Opening hours:
11am-8pm (last order 7pm) / closed Wed
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