Modern Iranian cooking from an ex-Noma chef, Leonardo Pereira (until recently at The Greenhouse).
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"Very nice and interesting "modern" Iranian food. Bazaar bread wonderful, as was Panir Sabzi as a dip for it. Smoked aubergine has been called a take on baba ghanoush but it isn't - no tahini but loads of other nice things in it. Kofteh Tabrizi another delicious and complex mixture of ingredients, grilled octopus was very good, layers of fried potato (Tahdig chips) nice. Persian sundae excellent, and mango sorbet unusually good (obviously using excellent mangoes). Wine very pricey - £32 for the cheapest bottles; we know it's the heart of the West End but that's at least £10 over the odds. Very helpful and lovely service from a lady from New Caledonia - never thought we'd end up talking in mixed English and French in an Iranian restaurant in London."