Seti's Table: The Saffron Story, Tahcheen & Meze

In-PersonRussian Hill, San Francisco


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Banquet (20+ Guests)
persian, middle eastern
Halal, Local, Organic
What you're about to experience is as if you were in Iran trying a homemade meal. In this menu, I'd like to introduce you to a unique culinary gem from my beloved Iran. Noosh e joon!

Menu detail

Seasonal Welcome Refreshment
A refreshing and aromatic drink that is pretty common in Persian households or juice shops. I've served Orange Blossom Chia seed drink, Melon Faloudeh, Saffron Sharbat in the past. I'm excited to share unique and healthy flavors from my beloved Iran with you!
Pistachio Salad
Mix greens, herbs, pistachio and orange blossom salad with Freshly Squeezed Lime and Olive oil dressing.
Maast O Khiyar
Persians love to consume yogurt with food. And many times we like to serve it plain or mix it with fresh ingredients. In this menu, I'm making my own yogurt (yes!) and serve it with cucumber and dill.
Specialty from Shiraz, this dish is a beautiful saffron and yogurt infused Entree. Rice, saffron and yogurt. I'll add a layer of roasted eggplant and get ready to try the crispy Tahdig!
Chicken Yogurt
Marinated chicken with yogurt is one of the most common food in Iran. Either Bbq or roasting in the oven.Yogurt will make the chicken so tender and juicy. I'll marinate chicken with homemade yogurt, lime and spices. This dish will be served with Tahcheen.
Saffron & Pistachio Ice Cream Sandwich
Bastani Sonati, in Farsi which means traditional Ice-cream is a must try experience in streets of Tehran and other cities in Iran. During summer you'll see long lines in front the ice-cream shop. Saffron, rose water infused ice cream and pistachio served with ice-cream wafers.


Gin Sekanjebin (Signature Mint-Vinegar Syrup)
Wine Pairing (Glass of white + Glass of Red)

Seti's Table: The Saffron Story, Tahcheen & Meze

In-PersonRussian Hill, San Francisco
(Exact Address will be shared upon purchase.)