Isfahan Nightlife & Food Tasting
The humble and proud people of Isfahan are famous for their unique lifestyle, their delicious food and their Zayanderud River.
We will encounter different styles of food in Isfahan. Falafel is a vegetarian dish made by deep-frying balls of mixed ground chickpeas, herbs and spices. Although the main ingredient and the cooking method is the same in Iran, it gets served completely different than other countries. It is a sandwich instead of a dish, and there is no hummus. Every shop has provided us with a huge range of fillings and stuffings. They give you a baguette and you will take care of the rest.
These are the most popular stuffings in sandwich shops: tomatoes, pickled onions, pickled cucumbers, carrots, different kinds of chili, Salad Shirazi, pickled pepper, cabbages salad and lettuce salad. Also, there is a big range of sauces available such as mayonnaise, ketchup and a special hot mango sauce. You can put as much falafel balls and fillings as you want inside your bread but the fair amount of falafel balls is 6 to 7.
The other option is an exotic dish called Jigar (lamb’s liver). It is tender and moist and like a great steak, it is best to be served a little bit rare. Although Jigar is high in fat, it is chock full of vitamins, proteins and iron. There is a perfect shop that sells Jigar in the biggest park in Isfahan and it is a favorite among the locals.
This tour will be flexible and be full of surprises. We will try our best to provide you with real Persian family experience and get you familiar with Persian Cuisine.