For several years the Petit Persan has been slowly but surely introducing the Lyonnais to iranian food. You will receive a warm welcome from the ... More
Petit Persan (le)
For several years the Petit Persan has been slowly but surely introducing the Lyonnais to iranian food. You will receive a warm welcome from the restaurant owner and will not be disappointed by this fine food which is the key to its success. If you have never had the opportunity to taste sauces based on yoghurt and lemon, or lightly spiced meat kebabs. ask for a mixture of starters in order to sample each of the hot and cold specialities of this restaurant. You will be surprised by the quality of the dishes offered.
It's a very nice restaurant with a nice atmosphere, good decorations, and the only one waiter who is very friendly, but the quality of food compared to the price is just not worth it at all. The recipes are so easy you can make them at home for under 3 euros. For example one of the salads is just cucumber, tomato, onion, lemon juice, salt, and olive oil with mint leaves. One of the desserts is egg white + rose water, and that's it. The amount is also far too little.
I'd only go in to check out the joint. Don't bother with the food.
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