July 23rd 2011 – Singapore

Grilled meat, large wine list, drumbeats and a belly dancer…what more can I say

The restaurant Shiraz is named after the 4,000 year old Iranian city that is knows as the city of poets, wine, gardens, nightengales and gardens.

Shah Kabob - Marinated Filet Mignon, with buttered and saffron basmati rice, grilled tomato/mixed veggies and cole slaw


“Many Persian super-markets and restaurants are labelled as Middle Eastern, International, or Mediterranean in order to broaden their appeal to the Western consumer. In reality, Persian cuisine is one of the oldest and richest cuisines in the world, and- except for the shared dishes with neighbouring cuisines, during Ottoman contacts- is typically vastly different from what is found in the greater Middle East.”

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