Let’s stroll along the streets and bazaar of Tehran and try what the best foodie stands of the town offer. On your way, smell the colorful spices piled up on each other in rows, taste different pastries and local flavors like Samanu, and enjoy Iranian foods.
Stop by the best food shops in the city that are reputed for being half of the world. You can either try Sherbets while you’re enjoying the historical and cultural treasures on Naqsh-e Jahan Square, or enjoy the organic foods and drinks of the Nomads in the highlands of Isfahan. You can also think of trying herbal teas in the serene desert of Varzaneh.
Rasht is eminent for the various tastes it enfolds in the heart of its cuisine. Rasht is not only a destination for finding out the best side dishes, pickles, or trying delicious dishes like Kateh, or Mirza-Ghasemi, but it’s the place you get to smell fresh brewed Chai (tea) right after the harvest and see the locals during rice cultivation.
Sure! Let us know about your food restrictions or allergies and we will reconsider and modify if we find anything not complying with your taste.
Of course. If you tell us about your allergies beforehand, we can do the necessary adjustments.
Definitely! What would be better than going to the bazaar and buying some fresh ingredients? It is absolutely included in many of our culinary tours.
Unfortunately not. Alcoholic beverages are not legal in Iran.
Yes, we do. You can check out our tours and find them easily.
Yes, You have the chance to cook and dine with your family.
We will set solo travelers up with a group and so they can join us on our culinary tours.
Sure! You just have to make sure you let us know about it and then you’re good to go as we rearrange things.