Thursday, December 25, 2008

Ravagh Persian Grill

11 E. 30th St., New York, NY 10016
nr. Fifth Ave.

This Christmas eve, my wife and I went to Ravagh Persian Grill. A Persian restaurant which is a crtics' pick on New York Magazine. I started with the very average Persian martini.
None of the appetizer had any meat to it. I ordered Salad-e-Olivieh which was a good blend of potatoes, chicken, egg, carrot and mayonnaise. I ordered Sultani Kebob which did remind me of Kebob and rice I used to have when I was in Iran but was nowhere near the quality I was used to. Some of the meat, I thought was not as tender as it should have been. I missed on the Turkish Coffee which the NY Mag so highly recomended. May be next time. On the whole it was an OK place but I do agree that the quantity was enormous and finishing one plate or I may say tray takes some courage.

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