Hamam-e Vakil Chaykhaneh
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Masjed-e Ganj Ali Khan
At the square’s northeastern end is Masjed-e Ganj Ali Khan , Ganj Ali Khan’s lavishly decorated private mosque.
Restaurant Ganjali Khan
This underground place near the bazaar entrance is not as charming as the Hamam-e Vakil Chaykhaneh, but delicious, inexpensive food...
Hamam-e Vakil Chaykhaneh information
Lonely Planet review
Architecturally magnificent, this subterranean teahouse built in 1820 is easily the most atmospheric dining option in Kerman. It’s best known for its elegant arches, vaulted ceilings and live music throughout the day, but the food isn’t bad (lunch only from noon to 2.30pm); the specialities are khashke bademjan (US$2.50) and the Kermani khoresht bozghorme (US$3), a mixture of lamb and pickled garlic with whey, butter and walnuts.