Authentic Taste of Persia: Abgoosht, 6 course

In-PersonRussian Hill, San Francisco


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Large (15-20 Guests)
persian, middle eastern
What you're about to experience is as if you were in Iran trying a homemade meal or visiting a traditional restaurant "Dizisara" where they only serve one main dish, Abgoosht. Abgoosht, also called Dizi, is a Persian stew that refers to the traditional stone crock that it is served in. In this menu, I'd like to introduce you to a unique culinary gem from my beloved Iran. Noosh e joon!

Menu detail

A savory yogurt-based beverage. It is popular in Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, North Caucasus, the Balkans, Afghanistan and Lebanon. Doogh is served with mint and rose petals.
Sabzi Platter
Fresh mint, radish, feta cheese, soaked walnuts and almonds served with sangak bread.
Homemade pickles. Eggplant cooked in vinegar mixed with fresh vegetables (carrot, cauliflower, cabbage), garlic, fresh herbs and spices.
Shirazi Salad
Small Plate
Organic cucumber, California Heirloom Tomatoes and Onions with fresh mint-lime dressing.
Lamb shank, chickpeas, white beans, potatoes, onion, tomatoes, dried lime, turmeric, cinnamon and my fav Persian spice mix. This is a slow-cooked dish for over ten hours. This dish is served with Sangak bread. This Entree is served in two parts: - Soup: First we'll serve the soup, which is full of flavors with lamb and potato. Pickle is a perfect pair for this dish. - Goosht Koobideh: all the ingredients that are mashed and turned into a paste. You'll love it!
Baklava Cake
Homemade Baklava cake with almond flour served with Baby Coconut Ice-cream.

Authentic Taste of Persia: Abgoosht, 6 course

In-PersonRussian Hill, San Francisco
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