Eating Out @ Iran

You don’t have much choice when eating out at Iran’s local restaurant. Their local favorites are kebab, lamb shanks, lamb ribs, and beef….and more…meat…

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Shandiz Restaurant of Mashhad.

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Don’t know what rice is this. “3 in 1” rice? Mixed rice?

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Lamb shank.

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Kebab lamb ribs.

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Rice with kebab and tomato (barbecued) from another local restaurant.

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Non-alcoholic Beer? and malt drinks.

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A Japanese restaurant in Iran.

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Sukiyaki preparation…

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Add in thinly sliced beef.

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Sukiyaki, the Japanese steamboat cook in shallow iron pot. The soup is made of soy sauce, sugar and mirin. Ingredients consist of vegetables, mushrooms, tofu, meat slices, boiled noodles and eggs.

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3 Responses to “Eating Out @ Iran”

  1. New Kid on the Blog Says:

    Iran version of sukiyaki?

  2. celine Says:

    Not sure, it could be the original version đŸ˜›

  3. Fat Man Says:

    For all the place on earth, why do you go to Iran? Go there to see how they make nuclear weapons?

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