Delta Sofrakhane Sonati
Esther & Mordecai Tomb
This vaguely Tolkeinesque, 14th-century tomb tower was once Iran’s most important Jewish pilgrimage site. These days visitors are few...
In the mud beneath this scraggy low hill lies Hamadan’s ancient Median and Achaemenid city site. Small sections of the total area have...
Pine furniture and a few African masks bring some character to this gently stylish two-room cafe whose pizzas are refreshingly crispy...
basement, Eshqi St · interesting places nearby
Delta Sofrakhane Sonati information
This delightful neotraditional retreat lies beneath the unremarkable Delta restaurant using separate stairs from outside. Tea (US$1) comes in ceramic Lalejin pots, women can smoke qalyan on carpeted bed-seats without undue attention and the chicken ‘biriyani’ comes on a flaming plate. Don’t miss the scrumptious kashka bademjan (US$1), eggplant paste with yoghurt, mint and roasted red peppers.