Kebabs and a Qalyan
There were 2 or 3 similar eateries in this village, as well as an old teahouse.
Apparently, the restaurants all have a limited menu of - kebabs.
I liked this place, it had a nice atmosphere, and there was plenty to see as I waited for my meal. Below, I could see into another restaurant, where a family group was enjoying their day out. Opposite was a shop, with a display of brightly coloured paintings.
There were some qalyans on a table. I'd mentioned to Majid that I'd never tried one. After our meal, he asked if I wanted to have a smoke. It took a short while to get the hang of inhaling the steamed 'tobacco', but I was soon puffing like a dragon!
Favorite Dish: Haricot beans in tomato sauce - a nice change, from the usual starter of salad and or yogurt -
The kebabs arrived on flat skewers, covered by bread. I was pleased that this was the 'puffed up' flat bread, rather than the thin sheets of lavash. A whole raw onion, cut into quarters, was also placed on the table. A few crisp pieces added more flavour to my kebab.
This was washed down with Fanta - and a pot of cay!
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Street grill restaurants: Kebab on rooftop
It won't take you long to find out where to eat in Masuleh as the village is compact enough and the dining options few.
We found a lovely small grill restaurant in the bazaar area, serving freshly glilled kebabs with tomatoes.
The dining area was typically for Masuleh on a rooftop!! offering splendid views over the surrounding area with luxuriant greenery
NONE: Ancient Traditional Tea Shop
There is only one drink here : TEA.
I wore their traditional dress as the old people sit in this tea shop. Well ... this is a very nice place to sit and drink your tea in the morning.
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