The Best Iranian Food You Have Ever Tasted: 12 Travelers Taste the Persian Cuisine and Talk about Their Favorites
Have you ever tasted the culture and history of a nation? What would be more memorable than the taste of a nation with a multiplicity of flavors and savors in their dishes? The perfect combination of fresh herbs, the sweet-sour of pomegranate, the smell of saffron, barberry, and nuts, along with the fresh aroma of rice, makes you fall for the charming chant of this orchestra. It’s only the magic of Iranian cuisine that gathers all these incredible tastes together and represents one single culture and history.
Even one typical dish of Persian cuisine found in almost all the restaurants around Iran can have various types. Either minced lamb or chunked chicken, kebabs are the most favorite among the Iranians. Persian food culture and etiquette give a Persian touch to kebabs. The way Persian people tend to serve and eat it is their mystery to enjoy their meal. The smell of freshly grilled meat combined with hot fresh Nān-e Sangak or flatbread and a plate of savory herbs and onions will definitely tempt you as it did to Florian, who believes that the significance of Persian cuisine lies in its special Persian touches: