Pars Iranian Kitchen Restaurant, Dubai
Persian Restaurant Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Pars Iranian Kitchen Restaurant The Farsi word “Pars” originates from the name of the original homeland of the Persian people.
It also pertains to being ‘of Persia’. Such a rich word with a highly rich etymology only demands richness from that which it is
given to. Thus comes the perfect use of the word Pars for our restaurant and cuisine; bringing rich and authentic
food of the highest quality to this region since 1989. With a collective 35 years of experience in the restaurant
business, the founders bring delectable Persian food, which feeds into the comfort of Arabic taste. Prepared in
one centralized kitchen daily, the Pars kitchens know only of pure quality and authenticity, with only Iranian
chefs handling the preparation of the world-renowned Persian meat, bread, and rice. Pars Iranian Restaurant
today is a brand name that has maintained its popularity and accessibility from multiple locations across the city.
And catering to the heart of Arab culture, we have improvised our specialised Persian flavours to reflect their
taste in food and ambiance. We constantly strive for new menu items that are not just delicious but healthy too,
with the end-goal of expanding globally, bringing wholesome Persian comfort food to the world. Take in our
picturesque courtyard seating, antique décor, and the ancient Persian influences, all the while indulging in
traditional grilled meats, fish, Persian stews and freshly baked Persian pastries and sweets.
Pars Iranian Kitchen Restaurant, Dubai APPETIZERS Daily
Soup Ask your server about today’s soup. Kashk-E-Bademjan Baked eggplant layered with
kashk (thick whey), mint and sautéed onions. A true Persian paradise on a plate! Mirza-Ghasemi Fried eggplant
mixed with eggs, tomatoes and a dash of black pepper. Ash-E-Reshteh Our take on the classic Persian noodle soup.
Includes a fragrant mixture of herbs (parsley, spinach, dill, coriander, and spring onions) along with noodles,
chickpeas, red kidney beans, lentils, and dried mint then sealed off with kashk (thick whey). Legend has it that
the noodles in this soup symbolize good fortune! Hummus Chickpeas, tahini, lemon, and olive oil.
Pars Iranian Kitchen Restaurant, Dubai Creamy and rich,
a luxuriant dip. Tabouleh A delicate mixture of parsley, mint, tomato, green onion, lemon and olive oil. Enjoy the
flavorsome freshness of this Levantine dish. Mast-O-Khiar Grated cucumber in a tangy mixture of yogurt and herbs.
A classic Iranian side dish served with most meals. Mast-O-Museer Diced shallot in a tangy mixture of yogurt and herbs.
Pars Iranian Kitchen Restaurant, Dubai Another punchy side dish that goes well with almost everything.