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A Guide to West LA's Persian Food Scene

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While there are a number of options when you’re in the mood for Persian food and find yourself not too far from Westwood, Farsi Cafe is sure to curb any craving. With menu options stretching beyond just your traditional kabobs, this is where you would come to try classic Persian dishes from different types of polo (rice) to one of my favorite stews, karafs (made from sauteed herbs and cooked with chunks of beef shoulder). If you happen to check in to Farsi Cafe on a Friday or Saturday, you’ll be able to order one of the house specialities Abgoosht (also called Dizi, this Persian stew is made with beef, potatoes, tomatoes, beans and boiled over night).

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