Locals rate this the best feed in Qazvin, and it's hard to argue. The handy picture menu helps visitors explore beyond kababs and try some Iranian specialties, such as khoresht fesenjan (chicken and walnut stew) or …
Come to this bright new place in a hidden courtyard towards the back of Sa'd-al Saltaneh caravanserai for the airy ambience and the tasty Persian favourites.
In the alley of the same name, the Yas is cheap and cheerful and does a fine rendition of the local qimeh nimeh (succulent stewed lamb on rice).
Popular with groups and guided tours for its English menu, Eghbali has good food and reasonable service, though high surcharges. There are better, cheaper options nearby.