Kashk-e Bademjan wasn't bad, but the version I had at Kateh a couple months ago overshadowed it - in Kateh's version fried onions more aromatic, smoky and vegetal with aubergines. Still Sufi had lovely fresh from the oven flat bread, rolled out and stretched a la minute, a dotted with sesame seeds.
The koresh fesenjan was good not great -- the sauce seemed way more fruity and sweet and less heavy with finely crushed walnuts and spices than I would have liked, the chicken within was fine but not out of this world. rice was fairly good, fluffy, individualised grains, but again, both stew and rice were overshadowed by the ones at Kateh.
Good doogh, a yogurt drink with medium thick consistency and a bit of liveliness from carbonated water. Wonderful, gentle and friendly waitstaff.