Fooka Cafe, located in Masjed Jame Street (link) is a nice mixture of tradition and modernity.
Mud-dried bricks, a couple of domes and traditional Persian colorful windows go hand in hand with the modern decor. An old gramophone, an antique motorcycle and a wall decorated with tree stumps can be seen as you enter the space.
You can enjoy a magnificent view of Masjed Jame Street along with the glorious skyline including Seyed Rokn-ol-din’s blue shrine and Masjed Jame’s minarets reaching towards the night sky.
Food in Fooka Cafe has also been touched with both tradition and modernity. They have a wide-ranging menu but we recommend you to try their famous lamb shank. Braised with caramelised onions, the lamb shanks are very moist and will melt in your mouth. To drink, you can have their non-alcoholic mojito, with layers of lemon and mint giving, which add an elegant detox look. For dessert, you must have Persian tea alongside Haji Badam (brown balls of crunchy sweets).
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