This cosy and elegant restaurant offers a modern ambience in which to enjoy an age-old cuisine - Persian food. Try one of the full-flavoured Persian stews or signature charcoal-grilled kebabs, and complement your meal with something from the extensive wine list.
Our table was never attended and we approaced the counter at the end of our meal after a long wait with 2 toddlers. When we informed the waiter that no one attended our table we were simply told thats how they operate, and we should have called them. for overly priced food you get treated this way... Strange place. Attitude , never will go back
Stopped by to have an early dinner the other day and was pleased to see they had ghormeh sabzi, one of my favourites, which I ordered with a beer and a glass of tap water.
The meal arrived (the ghormeh sabzi IS delicious, really) as did the beer, but no water. I asked for it again and the waitress said she couldn't give me a glass of tap water. I asked for the manager who was totally unsympathetic, bordering on rude and refused to yield despite a lengthy, surreal discussion (They'll give me complementary bread and cheese but no water?!).
I insisted on a glass of tap water (vs the $7 bottle) and he charged me $2 for it! After paying $54 for a single entree and a beer(!) he charges me extra for the tap water!
Besides the extra expense of bottled water, there's the obvious feeling of being ripped off if there are no alternatives, not to mention that bottled water is regarded as a totally unnecessary environmental waste, especially here in Singapore.
Totally spoiled what was otherwise a delicious, but expensive meal. Very, very disappointing. I will not be going back until they change that customer-hostile policy. (Sounds like they don't care anyway, judging by the other comments below!). You have been warned.
you read that right. imagine a guy digging his hands into a coin train then making your food with the same hands. Yup, that happened to me. He did have a glove, but it was on his other hand (lol).
Now i noticed they had a feedback email so i took the trouble to email the manager informing them. Never got a reply. Looks like it was just for show like the "belly dances" they sexualise untastefully for the tourists.
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