Like a political sign, food mounted on a stick often captures the attention of passersby when displayed in one’s front yard. Show flavor solidarity with today’s Groupon to Saaghi Restaurant House of Kabob. Choose between the following options:
- For $27, you get an authentic Persian dinner for two (up to a $55.85 total value). The dinner includes the following:
- One appetizer to share (up to a $5.95 value; excludes the sampler platter)
- Two entrees (up to a $39.90 value; excludes triple house special and kebab combinations that cost more than $19.95)
- Two glasses of wine (a $10 value)<p>
- For $19, you get $40 worth of authentic Persian fare from the menu.<p>
Saaghi Restaurant House of Kabob titillates taste buds with a menu overflowing with authentic Persian skewered meats and exotic ingredients. Patrons can sit at white-cloaked tables surrounded by turquoise walls, elaborate hookahs, and belly dancers drenched in rugs while digging into multicourse meals. Table tenants can kick off flavor symphonies with a shared appetizer, savoring the sautéed eggplant of the kashke bademjan or the black-pepper-dotted mast-o-musir yogurt. Main courses billow in wafting fragrances with succulent seasoned meat, such as popular marinated filet mignon in the barg kebab or the saffron-and-lemon-marinated cornish hen kebab. Diners can clink wine glasses during the meal, toasting recent successes, burgeoning romances, or rivals’ documented medical allergy to being mean.
Saaghi Restaurant House of Kabob
Persian poets repeatedly referenced a mythical woman named Saaghi throughout their works. In addition to bearing and pouring wine, she typically represented beauty, kindness, and the physical embodiment of true love. Saaghi Restaurant House of Kabob's chefs draw inspiration from this name, sharing their passion for Persian tradition through the region's iconic cuisine. Saffron, dried mint, and closely guarded spice blends lend a perfumed elegance to the menu, which features hearty stews as well as skewers of lamb, filet mignon, or grilled vegetables.
Brown drapes line floor-to-ceiling windows in the dining room, allowing natural light and imported Persian sunshine to help an ornate chandelier and wall sconces illuminate the space. Although neutral tones and earthen tiles characterize most of the space, each table sports a small splash of color in the form of a single flower inside a glass vase.