Choose from Four Options
- $13.50 for $25 worth of Persian and Greek cuisine for two or more
- $23 for $40 worth of Persian and Greek cuisine for three or more
- $13.50 for $20 worth of Persian and Greek cuisine during lunch for two or more
- $36.50 for $60 worth of Persian and Greek cuisine during lunch for six or more
Dine from a menu of Persian and Greek specialties, such as a whole simmered lamb shank served with baby lima beans, spanakopita, eggplant stew with tomatoes and rice, or a chicken koobideh kebab with charbroiled tomato and basmati rice.
Named for a range of snowy peaks that rises up on the southern shores of the Caspian Sea, Alborz Restaurant introduces diners to the aromas and flavors of Persia and Greece. Daily specials include moussaka, spanakopita, and basmati rice infused with dill, saffron, and orange marmalade. Among the main courses you can find filet mignon kebabs, grilled chicken, and charbroiled salmon. Like a box of teething crayons, the menu has all kinds of tasty colors, from the forest greens of a sautéed-herb stew to the rich reds of whole roasted tomatoes that garnish kebabs and cuts of meat.
Singers and deejays get crowds dancing during live shows on the weekend, and catering packages bring Persian cuisine to birthdays, commencements, and weddings.