Restaurant Ganjali Khan
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Restaurant Ganjali Khan information
This underground place near the bazaar entrance is not as charming as the Hamam-e Vakil Chaykhaneh, but delicious, inexpensive food makes it a local favourite. The ghorme sabzi (diced meat, beans and vegetables, served with rice; US$3) and dizi (lamb stew made with lentils, potatoes and tomato; US$3) are both good, or just sit with tea and qalyan (water pipe; US$3). There is no English sign.