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Published: July  30, 2014

Shabestan

This authentic Iranian restaurant is the closest to a trip to Ancient Persia as humanly possible for a foodie in Dubai can manage. Located at the iconic Radisson Blu Hotel in Deira with splendid views of the creek, hearty cuisine, bread freshly baked from a clay oven and a live Iranian band make dining at Shabestan an unforgettable Persian experience. The award winning team offers sumptuously tender marinated meats grilled to perfection, aromatic perfumed rice, fine caviar, nectarous desserts, flavorsome pastries and tasteful confectionery. Rich in Persian culinary delights, the Shabestan experience would not be complete without a final glass of hot tea, served from the traditional Samovar. Shabestan- it is magically different.

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Address :

Radisson Blu Hotel, Baniyas Rd Dubai Deira Creek, Dubai

Phone :

+971 4 205 7333

Schedule :

Mon - Sun: 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm; 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

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Published: July  30, 2014

Shabestan

This authentic Iranian restaurant is the closest to a trip to Ancient Persia as humanly possible for a foodie in Dubai can manage. Located at the iconic Radisson Blu Hotel in Deira with splendid views of the creek, hearty cuisine, bread freshly baked from a clay oven and a live Iranian band make dining at Shabestan an unforgettable Persian experience. The award winning team offers sumptuously tender marinated meats grilled to perfection, aromatic perfumed rice, fine caviar, nectarous desserts, flavorsome pastries and tasteful confectionery. Rich in Persian culinary delights, the Shabestan experience would not be complete without a final glass of hot tea, served from the traditional Samovar. Shabestan- it is magically different.