Madraseh-ye Chahar Bagh
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Restaurant Shahrzad information
Opulent Qajar-style wall paintings, stained-glass windows and battalions of black-suited waiters contribute to the Shahrzad’s reputation as the best restaurant in Esfahan. House specialities include the lamb cutlets, the khoresht-e mast and the chelo fesenjun . At the end of the meal you’ll be offered a complimentary piece of gaz flavoured with almond and rosewater.