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Is there a Persian restaurant that makes a good ghormeh sabzi stew in this area?

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Joebob Sep 22, 2013 07:38 PM

Just wondering...

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    artisen Sep 29, 2013 05:41 PM

    Bandar downtown has excellent Gormeh Sabzi and in the Miramar area, Grill House Cafe is also quite good.

    1. Dagney Sep 24, 2013 03:01 PM

      The restaurant in El Cajon formerly known as Sultan Baklava, which was Turkish, has been re-named Saray. They now serve Persian and Turkish fare.

      I just had their Ghormeh Sabzi, and though I am not an expert on Persian cuisine, theirs was delicious.

      The service is solid and their baklava is to die for.

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        Joebob Sep 24, 2013 11:04 AM

        Dear oerdin and araknd,

        Thank you for your very helpful recommendations, which are equal distances from my residence. Are there any other dishes you or your wife (araknd) or friends (oerdin) particularly enjoy? For example, a tadig as good as mother makes? We intend to go this evening. TIA!

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          araknd Sep 26, 2013 03:35 PM

          Hope you enjoyed your dinner. Didn't get around to checking chow.com til now. I like the beef koobideh kebab and my wife likes the boneless chicken and the Maust-o-khiar. Haven't had the tadig in a very long time, so I don't have a comment about that.

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          araknd Sep 23, 2013 09:58 AM

          My wife likes the ghormeh sabzi at Pars in Rancho Bernardo.
          http://www.parsrestaurantsd.com/

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            pine time Sep 29, 2013 08:29 AM

            Nice to see a recommend of this restaurant. Mr. Pine's family is Parsi, and much of the food has its roots in Persian cooking, and I've been encouraging him for us to try Pars. Lunch there soon!

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            oerdin Sep 22, 2013 08:05 PM

            I know several Persian friends who all swear that Kolbeh on Miramar Rd makes a nice ghormeh sabzi stew. Believe it or not Balboa International Market's restaurant to go also makes a decent ghormeh sabzi though not nearly as good as Kolbeh.

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