Noushe Joon, a new Persian food delivery brand has launched, offering Londoners the opportunity to enjoy authentic recipes adapted to modern palettes.
The Persian Hospitality Network (PHN), a platform aiming to celebrate and raise awareness of Persian people and brands in the UK hospitality sector, has been launched today.
It’s no secret that Persian food is among the most underrated and misunderstood in the Middle East, but what makes it worthy of its culinary crown? Journalist, Amira Arasteh shares her thoughts and favourite recipes.
With Nowruz marking the first day of the month in the Iranian calendar, it’s always a special time for the Persian community to celebrate – even if lockdown put a slight spin on the usual festivities.
Berenjak and The Drunken Butler are among the restaurants Eater has included on its list of where to find the best scorched rice in London.
As an increasing number of restaurants experiment with Iranian food, Condé Nast Traveller looks at what makes it so special.
A Financial Times food critic on the hunt for London’s most authentic Persian food wrote about his experience at The Drunken Butler after it was recommended by a friend.
Persian food is the "new Indian”, says Iranian restaurateur, Edmond Davari, who escaped the 1979 Islamic Revolution to build a UK business.
Brixton-based ’Cook to Care’, a community initiative launched to serve free nutritious meals to those in need, will now deliver Persian food every Tuesday.
Berenjak, an authentic Persian restaurant in the heart of Soho, has been named on ELLE’s list of the ‘coolest London restaurants for a culinary tour around the world’.
Berenjak, the Tehran-inspired Soho restaurant, which is part of the JKS Restaurants brand, has been featured in The Financial Times’ list of best London meal kits for lockdown.