Chelo kebab (kebab with rice) is a must; there are regional variations in Isfahan.
Beryani is a popular lunch dish in Isfahan. It has made with sheep meat and lung. Although Iranians love this meal, it is very fatty. Therefore some westerners may dislike Beryani.
Fereni (a concoction of cereal, rice flour, water and milk)
yogurt stew : The dish is made with yogurt, lamb/mutton or chicken, saffron, sugar and orange zest.
FOOD AND SOUVENIR
Isfahan is famous for its delicate and beautiful handicrafts, the most popular of which are inlaid-work engravings, woodwork, filigree items, carpets and porcelain Miniatures. Isfahan is the most well-known city for its production of “Gaz” a traditional and delicious white toffee (containing almonds or pistachios). Traditional sweets such as “Gaz” are very delicious and well known throughout Iran
Malek Sultan Jarchibashi
7th Alley (Bagh Ghalandarha Alley), Hakim Street, Sepah Street
Shahid Medani St
Khan Gostar Restaurant
ground fl, Julfa Hotel, off Hakim Nezami Ave, Jolfa, +98 311 627 8989