“Come, let's scatter roses and pour wine in the glass...
We'll shatter heaven's roof and lay a new foundation,
If sorrow raises armies to shed the blood of lovers...
I'll join with the wine bearer so we can overthrow them,
With a sweet string at hand, play a sweet song, my friend,
So we can clap and sing a song and lose our heads in dancing.”
Shiraz Kitchen is proudly named after one of the most ancient and beloved cities of the Orient, renowned for its enlightening poetry, wine, rose gardens, nightingales, and warm hospitality. From our Kitchen we bring you some of the oldest and most spectacular (creative) cuisine of the world. Glancing at our colorful menu, you will enjoy the sumptuous variety and flavors in our cuisine which reflect the rich cultural diversity of the Persiante Area which is attuned to ingredients such as pistachios, almonds, walnuts, pomegranates, sour and sweet cherries, roses, figs and persimmons, quince and sweet and sour lemons, and grapes. Flavors are further enhanced with delicate legumes and aromatic spices of saffron, turmeric, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and dried limes.
*Hafez is the most popular of Persian poets. If a book of poetry is to be found in a Persian home, it is likely to be the Divān (collected poems) of Hafez. He was born in the city of Shiraz in Iran