Over the weekend, we visited Parmis restaurant and ordered a chicken (chicken) kabob plate with juicy flavor and plenty of medium char. We also had chicken from Parmi's steak plate (mixed vegetable fried rice; an upcharge of $4 for us), but we really liked the chicken which was fresh and perfectly crisp -- the dressing on this salad is sweet and tangy—and there'll be no problem once more.
I'm surprised there wasn't a lot of people in it! The food was amazing, and the beef satchelon (the best I have ever had) was also very tasty. Though quite pricey, it was worth it. Thursday was lunchtime for me and my wife. We went out for lunch and it ended up being our only meal together.
The Persian restaurant Parmiss was the perfect choice for a surprise party, thanks to the outstanding staff and food. Although I rarely review Persian restaurants on Yelp, this time I highly recommend them. The team at Parmilus was very welcoming and our meal was delicious.
Iman and Erfan were the best hosts, with excellent food, service, and overall atmosphere. We would definitely come back for our hospitality. Thank you!!
It's surprising that California hasn't been able to provide the same quality of Persian cuisine as Iran does. Chef Ayhan is known for his exceptional culinary skills, including ground beef skewers and filling burgers with butter instead of pork chops.
Despite not being an expert, Parmis is known for its exceptional Persian food preparation. The beef koobideh, chicken joojeh and chicken leggings are my top picks with their excellent combination of yellow spice and juicy white meat.
The restaurant was empty on Christmas night, as we had been treated. The servers were polite and served us well during the festivities. Although the koobideh was dry, the rice and peppers added moisture to the meat. It was delicious and soft, making it perfect for cutting with your spoon. There were also plenty of booths available for social events.
This establishment is not for partying or enjoying good food, as it requires a server to prepare meals and serve customers. The bill for our meal was paid in 20 minutes, but the cost of the cork is only $25. However, those who like dancing can still enjoy their experience. Additionally
During our evening meal at the dining establishment, we ordered tahdig and foesenjoon. The dish had an oily crust that was too strong, while the fries were disappointingly bland and the pestoon undercooked and unappetizing for $37. Additionally, the chicken kabob appeared to be dry and salad served with water failed to meet my expectations.
The chicken served here had a lovely homely flavor, not the artificial color that is often used to make it look like saffron, and the food was delicious. The owner is friendly, as well as the music and hookah options are plentiful; definitely recommend this place!