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Farah's Place 

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6a00d83451b91969e2014e88f7528c970d-250wi147 N. Winooski Ave., Burlington, 802-540-3093
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The exotic soups and juicy kebabs are hits at this homestyle Persian eatery. Save room for rose-scented baklava. Buffet with live band each Thursday. Closed Monday.

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$35 Dinner Menu for Two (Persian)
Appetizer Options
(Add black olives or feta free)
  • Green Salad
    Lettuce, tomato, cucumber, carrots and red cabbage with spicy house dressing
  • Shirazi
    Diced tomato, red onion, cucumber and parsley with lemon juice and olive oil dressing
Entrée
  • Braised Lamb Shank for Two
    Served over sabzi polo, rice mixed with fresh dill, parsley, cilantro and fava beans
Dessert
  • Baklava
    Served with elegant Persian-style tea
$25 Falafel Dinner for Two
Appetizer
  • Appetizer Sampler Plate
    Choices include vegetarian or meat dolmes (stuffed grape leaves), mirza ghasemie (eggplant dip), kashk o' bademjan (sautéed eggplant), must o' khiar (cucumbers in yogurt), borani spinach (spinach-yogurt dip), hummus and torshi (pickled vegetables)
Entrée
  • Falafel Plate for Two
    Six chickpea patties with house salad and fluffy bread from A Taste of Europe
Dessert
  • Baklava
    Served with elegant Persian-style tea
$15 Dinner Menu for Two
Appetizer Options
(Add black olives or feta free)
  • Green Salad
    Lettuce, tomato, cucumber, carrots and red cabbage with spicy house dressing
  • Shirazi
    Diced tomato, red onion, cucumber and parsley with lemon juice and olive oil dressing
Entrée
  • Tahchin for Two
    Saffron rice filled with tangy chicken, yogurt and egg, and showered with dried barberries
Dessert
  • Baklava
    Served with elegant Persian-style tea
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