Bistro decorated with hookahs buzzes with live Persian music as diners enjoy kabob, hummus, and jalebi—deep-fried bread soaked in syrup
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$15 for $30 worth of Persian food
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If it's authenticity you're after, Persian King goes for the gusto. Sheer red and white curtains set the scene at the entrance, opening onto a dining room where ornate goblets and hookahs line the shelves. Every now and again, the restaurant brings in musicians to play live Persian music, but it's the food that gets diners humming. Persian King’s chefs create a tightly-honed menu of classic Persian dishes. Charbroiled chicken and beef kabobs, creamy hummus, and honey-sweet baklava. For a unique, authentic Persian treat, end meals with the restaurant's home-made jalebi—a decadent dessert of deep-fried bread, soaked in sugar syrup and twisted into baroque arrangements.