A restaurant which takes inspiration from the hole-in-the-wall kebab houses and street vendors that line the streets of Tehran.

The stripped-back restaurant takes its name from a toasted rice snack served at funfairs in Iran, and headed up former chef at JKS Restaurants Gymkhana and Brigadiers chef Kian Samyani - JKS Restaurants are also backing the restaurant. 

The restaurant's inspiration is from founder and chef Kian Samyani’s childhood spent gathering around the dining table with his Iranian family. Expect the restaurant (complete with Persian rugs & exposed brick walls) to evoke the style of a rustic Persian kebab house - using seasonal English produce to reinterprete signature dishes - specialising in small mazeh style sharing plates, charcoal grilled kababs and a variety of khoresht, rice and salads. Closed on Sundays. 

Ideal For

Authentic home-style Iranian cuisine, communal dining

Signature Dishes

Kashk E Bademjoon – blackened aubergine with whey, walnuts and dried mint; Ash E Reshteh – an Azerbaijani bean and noodle soup; Jigar Kaba– lamb’s liver, bergamot and lavash and Koobideh.