Pars Iranian Restaurant
Take a Seat At Pars Iranian Restaurant
Pars Iranian Restaurant is a franchise that has maintained its popularity and accessibility from five locations across the city, including a branch in Al Jafiliya. Take in the picturesque courtyard seating, antique decor and the ancient Persian influences, and taste traditional grilled meats, fish, Iranian stews and freshly baked Iranian pastries and sweets.
55.28681276 25.23161061 Iranian Restaurant/@25.23161061,55.28681276
  • 1
  • default image
  • Pars Iranian Restaurant

    Sun to Sat from 11:00 to 24:00, Public Holidays from 11:00 to 24:00

    +971 [0] 4 398 8787

    2nd December St, Al Jafiliya, Bur Dubai

Get directions

Driving Directions to


  • the juiciest kebabs ever
    Love the mutton kebabs in this place. And the flat bread, white cheese and salad platter that they serve as a starter. these guys are very good. The lentil soup is good in winters too. And dont forget to order the 'noon khamen' (choux pastry filled with rose flavoured whipped cream) it's to die for!!
  • Decent, mid-priced Iranian restaurant
    Pars is one of the well-established, mid-priced Iranian restaurants which does everything well, not fantastic, but good enough. Their kababs are varied and authentic enough to please all but the die-hard kabab enthusiasts. My favourite is the shrimp kabab, something not everyone serves; certainly not well. It is simply delightful with a squirt of lime. But it’s their crowd pleasing mixed grills they are most famous for. Served with a combination of best-sellers – Lari, Joojeh, Koobideh, Shrimp and Fish there’s usually a kabab there to please everyone. Their khoreshts (stews) are very good. I choose them rather than the kababs every time. If available when you visit, try the Ghormeh Sabzi – bite sized pieces of lamb stewed in a sautéed blend of fragrant herbs; mainly spinach, parsley, coriander, and seasoned with the key herb, dried fenugreek leaves (called shambalileh in Persian), which gives it its peculiar flavour. Pars does a decent Ghormeh Sabzi. Also worth trying is their Baghali Polo Mahicheh – slow cooked lamb shanks served with rice infused with finely chopped dill and mixed-in broad (fava) beans – it’s absolutely brilliant. And then you have that lovely minted tea to have with Iranian profiteroles, or cream puffs (noon-khamei in Persian) from the Iranian Sweets Palace next door to end your meal – bah bah! It doesn’t get much better than that, hey?
  • Superb kebab dishes
    Must try the sampler plate with 4 rice and 8 different kebabs in it! In the end of the course have some mint tea and sweets. Really tasty food, will make you full!
You May Also Like
Eden Yachting Sailing & Watersports
Cruise The Coastline
Sail Away With Eden Yachting
Dubai Culture & Arts Authority Museums
Venture Between Past And Present
Culture & Arts Authority Programmes
Gulf Ventures Polo
Swing Like A King
Camel Polo With Gulf Ventures
Emirates Kart Zone Motorsports
Get Your Heart Racing
Speed Around Emirates Kart Zone
Esmod Dubai Emirati National Dress
Study French Fashion
Courses At ESMOD Dubai
TripAdvisor Traveller Ratings
Based on0reviews