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What We Offer

Let us bring a Middle-Eastern flavour to your next event. Whether it's a cozy family get-together or a corporate function, we will work with you to deliver a menu that suits your needs and dietary requirements.


We pride ourselves on bringing an authentic, multicultural atmosphere. We support corporate events, weddings, celebrations, family dinners, social gatherings, fundraising and charity events, plus more. We offer special discounts for not-for-profit organisations.


Please see examples of our menu items below. Contact us today to see how we can help with your event.

Sample Menu

Lamb & Herb Stew

Ghormeh Sabzi    قورمه‌ سبزی

Ghormeh Sabzi (Gor-meh sub-zee) is considered the national dish of Iran. It is tender lamb slow-cooked in a rich fragrant herb stew with kidney beans. It is infused with dried limes, giving it a unique hint of citrus.

This dish has been enjoyed for over 2,000 years. Self Magazine ranked it as one of the most meaningful dishes in the world that has been passed down generations.


Eggplant Stew

Khoresh Bademjan   خورش بادمجان

Khoresh Bademjan (khor-resh bod-dam-jan) is a prized Persian dish featuring sautéed eggplant - known as the potato of Iran. This stew is a rich blend of tomatoes and saffron, making it a perfect combination with fluffy Basmati rice.

Khoresh Bademjan is traditionally made with meat but also common to use yellow split peas instead turning this into a wholesome vegan option.

Chicken & Pomegranate Stew

Fesenjan  فسنجان

Fesenjan (fes-un-joon) is one of the most exquisite and treasured Persian stews. It is an blend of succulent chicken, toasted walnuts, and velvety pomegranate sauce, which gives it a distinct sweet and savory taste.

At the ruin of Persopolis, the ancient capital of the Persian empire, archeologists found stone tablets from 515 BC, which described the three main ingredients of Fesejan.


Chicken & Lamb Kebabs

Jujeh Kabab   جوجه‌ کباب

Koobideh Kabab   کباب کوبیده

Persian kebabs are widely recognised throughout the world as quintessential Iranian barbecue. Kebabs are flame-grilled over charcoal, using traditional methods and specialised equipment. Historians say that kebab was once prepared on swords during times of war.

Koobideh (lamb or beef) is prepared with ground meat, grated onions, and a delicate mix of spices such as sumac. Jujeh (chicken) is marinated with saffron and lemon juice.

Our kebabs are served with Basmati rice, grilled tomatoes and onions, served alongside fresh lemons and other vegetables.

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