This venue, which can be found in Soi VC, is owned by Mohammed, who is originally from Iran. He has lived in Pattaya since 2010, opening the restaurant in 2012.
There are half a dozen staff employed at the venue including two fully trained chefs. The staff are friendly and will welcome you to the venue with a smile.
This eating house offers a buffet style cafe setting, delivering mainly Iranian food, which may be new to many of our readers. Some of you may be instantly attracted, for you may have a desire to sample the cuisines of other nations. For those of you who enjoy food from around the globe, then this is an ideal opportunity to increase your knowledge.
Much of the cooking is done externally, meaning passers by can enjoy the aromas of freshly cooked food. Large exterior signs display the business name and shows images of items available.
Inside the decor is whites and greys in a clean environment, where you will discover dark furniture and of course the buffet station.
Sunken ceiling lights provide the ambience, and spotlights help to display the food items from the buffet.
There is seating for around 30 people within the venue, which is both air conditioned and fan assisted to ensure the temperature is cool.
The menu contains most items you would expect to find in Pattaya, such as a good seafood range. Prawns, oysters and a variety of fried fish are on offer.
Beef, Lamb, Chicken and Mixed Meat Kebabs can all be ordered from their menu.
The buffet offers a good selection of vegetables, chicken, lamb and traditional Iranian meals is delicious sauces, to tantalise your taste buds.
There are is no alcohol on sale at this venue but they do offer a varied range of non-alcohol based beverages. Soft drinks are in abundance here.
It has to be worth a visit for it offers a diverse selection of food from the Middle East, many of which you may never have tried before.