Three Courses of Persian Cuisine For Two (£22) or Four (£42) at Esfahan Restaurant (Up to 60% Off)
- Authentic Persian food
- Weekly entertainment
- Close to Putney Rail station
- Sharing platter including freshly baked Persian bread to start
- Mixed platter of grilled meats or stews for main course
- Baghlava with ice cream for each diner for dessert
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required by phone or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 48 hour cancellation policy. Must be aged 18 or older with valid ID. Valid for eat-in only. Max. 8 people per table. Not valid for bring your own drink. Original value based on mixed grill main option. Valid for option purchased only.
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They say your eyes are bigger than your stomach, which explains why it’s better to be at the head of the table. Get your fill with today's Groupon from Esfahan Restaurant. Choose from the following options:• £22 for three courses of Persian cuisine for two (Up to 58% off)
• £42 for three courses of Persian cuisine for four (Up to 60% off)
Dishing up authentic Persian grub slathered in eastern flavours, Esfahan Restaurant serves up heavily piled platters of colour, spices, and smells. The sensual boutique eatery boasts themed décor with murals, chandeliers, and floor rugs complementing the tiled floor and exposed brick walls. Sitting a little meander away from Putney rail station, the restaurant also serves traditional teas and buttermilk drinks, alongside tipples of wine, beer, and vodka-based Persian cocktails.
Teams of two or four cultural feasters can begin with a sharing platter (£15.95) featuring authentic Persian bread, maste moosir garlic yoghurt, hummus, smoked aubergine, and a salad of chicken with potatoes, peas, and pickled cucumbers. The main event is a mixed grill (£29.95) of koobideh minced lamb, marinated chicken fillet, and a spiced lamb fillet, or a sample of three stews (£26.95) like the Bamieh with okra, tomato, and beef, or a vegetable stew. Meals are finished up with a dessert of baghlava (£3.55), decorated with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
Maste moosir (yogurt with wild garlic)
Mirza ghasemi (smoked aubergine with mint and garlic)
Olvieh (chicken, potato, pea, and pickled cucumbers)
Koobideh (two skewers of grilled minced lamb with Persian spices)
Joojeh (chicken fillet pieces, marinated in saffron)
Chenjeh (grilled lamb fillet skewer, marinated in Persian spices)
Mixed stews - choose three from:
Ghaimeh (tomato based stew with beef)
Bamieh (okra and tomato based stew with beef)
Gormeh sabzi (Persian fried herbs, kidney beans and beef)
Vegeterian bamieh (tomato based stew with baby okra)
Mixed vegtable stew (tomato based stew with mix peppers and Persian spices)
Baghlava with ice cream
Esfahan Restaurant received a mouth-watering 8.9/10 from London-eating users, while Toptable reviewers awarded 7.7/10. Diners were keen to praise the restaurant’s décor, Persian cuisine, and welcoming atmosphere.
Everyone commented on how great their food was, the starters were really good! The staff were very freindly [sic] and accomodating [sic], and the atmosphere was very relaxed.
– SarMorg, TripAdvisor, Feb 2012
I have visited Esfahan last week with my family. I think it's the best Persian restaurant in whole London. Extremly [sic] nice food. Great service. Fantastic decor.
– james mac, London-eating, Sep 2010