Laleh Teahouse Restaurant
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Laleh Teahouse Restaurant information
Lonely Planet review
The Persian music on the sound system blends beautifully with the tinkling sound of the courtyard fountain at this tranquil teahouse restaurant. Sit in the courtyard or in the attractive main hall to enjoy a qalyan with tea and sweets (US$9).