Known mainly for their fuzzy flat-faced cats, rugs and a videogame involving a prince in far too much sand, Persia also boasts delicious food. Fill your tummy with some exotic goodness with your choice of kebab main meal for two at the Persian Palace for R95.
The Persian Palace is a hidden treasure situated on the corner of Main and 12th Avenue in Walmer. This upmarket restaurant boasts a luxurious rich interior beautifully lit by a lantern on every table, providing ambient light that compliments the dark Persian rugs scattered across the floor. This Persian paradise is definitely an experience like no other. Soft instrumental music and the faint trickle of a nearby waterfall also add to the Middle Eastern ambiance.
The service at the Persian Palace is known to be fast, efficient and friendly. The restaurant also offers a diverse menu, with dishes for the adventurous diner as well as the more conservative. With today’s Groupon you will be able to choose from a chicken kebab, lamb kebab or beef fillet kebab for you and a partner. Many a foodie has raved about their scrumptious beef fillet kebab that is filled with exotic flavours and for a main meal, the melt in your mouth tender lamb shank is highly recommended. The food at the Persian Palace lends itself to sharing so you and your fellow Persian partner will definitely revel in the exotic aromas and mouth-watering flavours of their delicious dishes.
If you are sick of crackers with cheese or a slice of bored with a sprinkle of dull on top, the Persian Palace is the perfect place for you to try something new. Your taste buds when uninspired, will switch off their ability to feel and instead spend their time playing solitaire and snoozing on the couch. Inject some life and revitalise your taste buds with the spicy flavours of the Middle East at the Persian Place.
Persian fact: Before they invented pinstripes, a Persian man patented opaque sunglasses shaped as hearts as a fashion accessory. These dark glasses were all the rage for teenagers but resulted in many of them bumping into poles and sand dunes as the teenagers could not really see where they were going.