Very fresh delicious food, great service. Authentic Persian, Qormeh Sabzi was awesome. Homemade Baklava... add pistachio ice cream is awesome.
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This restaurant is close to Dobbins AFB, where we were lodging. I found it by chance when it came up on my GPS. To locate, turn south from Cobb Parkway at intersection; then drive to lower level entry of strip mall on left or drive in front of all street level shops and drive behind last shop to enter lower... More
We decided to give this place a try as it was very close to our meeting location and was something out of the ordinary. I will be honest when we pulled in the parking lot and had to search for it behind and underneath the laundromat it initially gave pause for concern. There was even a moment someone joked about... More
I am very very picky about my Koobidehs but this place really has the best Koobideh in Atlanta.. the portion is very big. and it comes with bread, rice, salad of choice and grilled tomatoes. very reasonably priced. if you want a good persian food, go to this place. the decor is very homey and humble but the food is... More
Yesterday we placed our faith in the Marietta Yelp reviews and were not disappointed. We’re not experts in Persian/Mediterranean food so I can’t speak to how the Falafel Café compares to going to that particular country, but I can state that our entire experience (the food, the staff, the quality of the food, the portions and the value) was fantastic... More
The staff and owner are very personable people and make you feel welcome. The late afternoon (into evening) we visited, we opted to sit outside instead of inside their small inside dining area. They only have one window with a screen for ventilation and it gets a bit stuffy inside when they are preparing all the food. The smell is... More
It was our first time visiting the restaurant. We expected to dine there, but as soon as you walk in, the smell of cooking oil was too much to bear. We decided on an order to go instead. We saw the 'favorites' part of the menu and ordered the chicken kabob with hummus and falafel platter. The food was made... More
The food and service here has been consistently good for years now. I usually have the lamb kabob for lunch with a side order of stuffed grape leaves and a glass of hot tea (if it's winter). It is always SO GOOD! The inside is small, so you may see a crowd on most days if you come at high... More
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