Iranian Foods: Travel Guide To Iran

From the earliest times Persians have been known for their hospitality, whether that of the tribesman offering rest and refreshment to a weary traveler, or that of the urbane city dweller offering a sumptuous repast to his guests.

Tradition requires that guests or visitors be served only the finest food available, and always in the most bountiful manner possible. Accounts of early travelers to Iran indicate that the dishes served have not changed appreciably over the centuries.

An overview of Iranian food, from main dishes like kebabs and khoresht to desserts and street food. Here are posts related to the Iranian foods you must try when you’re visiting Iran.

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