Iranian diners in a historic city, known for its colorful street art and a strong sense of tradition, have created a whole new culinary tradition by bringing the colorful, colorful and delicious arabs of their home country to Iran’s capital city, Tehran.

Dining in Tehran will be an experience unlike any other.

For starters, you will find delicious Iranian arab dishes on offer.

There are arab sandwiches and soups, as well as a full array of delicious traditional Iranian cuisine like goulash, kabab, korma, kashmiri and kaftan, a traditional stew made with meat, vegetables and fish.

And if you’re craving something a little more Western, you can order a falafel sandwich or even a Turkish sandwich made with spinach, onions, garlic and a dollop of hummus, cheese and cheese sauce.

Even the Persian word for curry, “khabour,” is available for purchase at restaurants and at Persian markets, with the popular Indian curry paste being available in many shops in the capital.

But the most popular dish in Iran is the traditional Persian dish, the mizhang, or chicken and rice, and you won’t find it at any other restaurant.

It’s served in a clay pot that has been wrapped in paper and decorated with Persian and Islamic motifs.

It’s served over rice and accompanied by a small piece of kabobs (a thick, hard rice noodle), fried in a pan, and served on top of a mound of rice, the same way you would a Persian salad or a Persian flatbread.

And it’s served with a few green chillies, which you can peel and add to your meal.

You can also buy a Persian dessert in Tehran, known as a kabash, or rice cake, and it’s very popular in the city, especially at weekends when people are looking for a quick and satisfying meal.

You can also find Iranian sweets, such as kafta (sweet rice balls), which are served with fresh lemon juice, and sweets made with fruit such as gourd cakes.

But if you want something more Western or even something made with imported ingredients, you’ll find plenty of other options in the Persian capital.

One popular restaurant in the historic city is the Dakhmar, or Persian restaurant, which is owned by the Iranian-American couple of Khadija Khokhlani and Amiram Ghazavi.

This Persian restaurant is filled with Persian cuisine, including kabosh, a thick rice noodling dish that’s served on the side, and is decorated with Islamic and Persian motifs and designs.

The kitchen is decorated like the traditional Iranian restaurant, with Persian food dishes on the walls and a large Persian-style rug and decorative tiles, making it look like a traditional Persian restaurant.

In addition, there are a few other Persian restaurants in the area.

One of them is the Maksir Khaksh, or “the one with the fire,” which serves traditional Persian cuisine.

Another is the Fatty’s, which serves delicious Iranian dishes and a traditional Iranian dessert called a khaki-dashi, which has a crispy fried shell.

The third is the Shahar, which specializes in Persian-inspired cuisine.

There are many restaurants in Tehran that are not traditional Persian restaurants, but are just full of Persian flavors.

These restaurants have all the Persian-like features, such in the decoration and in the way the food is prepared.

So you can eat in Tehran with a traditional style, and not be overwhelmed by the many Persian restaurants.

But if you do want to try some new Persian food, make sure you know what you’re ordering before you go, especially if you’ve never eaten Persian food before.

If you’re interested in learning more about the cuisine of Iran, you should definitely read up on the country’s history.

But here’s a look at some of the things you can do to eat Persian food in Tehran: