Qeysarieh Tea Shop
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In a lane off the northeastern corner of Naqsh-e Jahan (Imam) Sq, this popular place sports an astonishing collection of teahouse-junk...
The rest of the bazaris seem to come here for fast, cheap and tasty meals. Arrive early or the best food will be gone.
Qeysarieh Tea Shop information
Lonely Planet review
Sitting at the outdoor tables, sipping tea (IR5000 per person) and puffing qalyan (IR10,000), is the perfect way to soak up this beautiful ‘half of the world’, especially when the colours and moods of the square change in the late afternoon. And despite its position, the Qeysarieh Tea Shop is often pretty quiet. The tea shop is up a steep staircase to the left of the Qeysarieh Portal.