SUMPTUOUS SUNDAYS: Behrouz


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The BF and I share this genuine love for Persian cuisine because we always find diet- friendly yet good- tasting meals here. Besides that, it's everywhere and we always get full and satisfied without having to spend a fortune.

In the Ortigas area, Behrouz is our favorite-it's an authentic Persian cuisine. They close late, which makes it a great choice for the both of us who always finish with work late in the evening!

PRICE RANGE: P100.00-P400.00

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BTO Hummus: Beef, Tomato, and Onion on top of creamy hummus. Hummus could be a bit tiring to eat but if topped with Keema- style meat, it tastes great!

Ox Brain: This is not particularly healthy so the BF and I would only eat this on Cheat Days. It's so good with white rice!

Moutabal: Liquefied eggplant. It's a great alternative to rice!

Basmati Rice: Ah, one of the best things in this restaurant! Basmati Rice is a great treat to dieters who could use a little happiness from white rice: It has a low glycemic index, meaning it only yields half the amount of carbs as opposed to regular white rice. Basmati Rice, however, is quite pricey but at Behrouz, it ain't!

Taka: Grilled Beef Tenderloin. Juicy, steak- like meat for only P120.00 per stick? WHY NOT!??! I like Behrouz's Taka because it's very affordable yet fairly tender and yummy.

Lamb Chops: I think this only costs P350.00 or P450.00. It's very juicy and tender, albeit a little fatty in my opinion. Nevertheless, it's good!

We ate here during his birthday, and a few days before the end of the world hence his 'Last Supper'. Your eyes are not fooling you: He ate everything that was in front of him! Sorry, hunny, the Mayan prediction was a complete hoax so I guess you'd have to amp up your workout! :D

Do you love Persian cuisine? What are your favorite Persian restaurants? Here are the BF and I's favorites, depending on the budget. :D

Premium: Hossein's
Mid-range: Behrouz; Mr. Kebab; Persia Grill
Cheap: Ababu

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7 Lovely Thoughts

  1. I haven't tried Persian Cuisine before I have this perception of arabo smell to their dishes and I also abhor eating Shawarma. I know of friends who love Persian Cuisine though! will definitely ask them if they're familiar with this particular resto and if their dishes will pass my discriminating taste.

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  2. Hi Ms. Martha! I think I saw you at CBTL BHS last Friday night. OM! You are gorgeous! I wanted to approach you and ask for a picture (fan mode lang hehe) but you looked busy working on something with your netbook/laptop. Next time I see you I hope you're just strolling around so I won't be too shy to ask for a photo op. Hehe!

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  3. omg i ive read this in midnight and now im hungry! (false hunger-water mode :p)
    ive never heard of this restaurant~
    but i think this is a good restaurant, i lvoe the eggplant, i think ill be doing that at home :)

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  4. Yanny: Thanks for sharing! I've outgrown shawarma though. But the other dishes are yummy, although the arabo smell you mentioned, I think, is really prominent in their cuisine. :)

    Ann U: Hey there! Yes! I was at Coffeebean Tea and Leaf last Friday! :) Sayang! You should've approached me! :D I was actually bored and was blogging lang naman. Next time then! :)

    Jenny: Thanks for sharing dear! :D

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  5. yeah the arabo smeall is very prominent in their cuisine, also good in Persian Kebab rest.:)

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  6. my partner and I love persian cusine since we had our first official date in Mr . Kabab teehee :)

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  7. I have an appreciation for Persian and Indian food. I don't know where it stems, seeing as most of my family members do not like those cuisines. That said, the bummer is that I can never get them to go with me. At least, my culinary friends share the appreciation.

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