Fresh whole fish are chargrilled over a small footpath brazier outside a tiny, no-name restaurant. The smell of succulent roasting fish will lead you straight to it.
Looking for all the world like a basement bric-a-brac shop, with ancient radios and crazy wooden statues, Jahannama serves up delicious food, especially the house khoresht sabzi (vegetable, meat and bean stew). Othe…
Relocated from its old location on Pastor St, the Delta is in a hard-to-find new basement opposite Saidiyeh St (look for the food picture; there's no English sign). Carpeted platforms ring chair-and-table seating, t…
This tiny two-storey cafe pays homage to the humble bademjan (eggplant) with a variety of dishes, mostly stews and roasts. Service can be a bit hit and miss, and for some reason a lot of dishes come out unnaturally …
At this downstairs eatery, the friendly staff churn out tasty kababs and a reasonable khoresht khalal (lamb stew with almonds), though it's not the sort of place to dress up for or even to linger in.
With caravanserai-style vaulted ceilings, mood lighting and lovingly prepared fresh dizi, why would you go anywhere else for lunch? It's opposite Melli Bank.
From the upper road above the town centre, a zigzag staircase next to crazy stone paving leads to this traditional-style restaurant with views of the whole valley.
If you've overdone the kababs, the cheeky Bros have just the remedy: a foot-long bread-roll felafel-fest! These puppies are the best in town.
Down easy-to-miss stairs, Kaktus, with its clean, modern decor, remains one of Hamadan’s most popular kabab restaurants.
This cheap and cheerful small restaurant does tasty takes on the usual kababs, stews and rice dishes.