Persian brunch at Tahkt-e Tavoos. They don’t take reservations and it can take upwards of 30 minutes for a table. Longer if you have a larger group.
Unlike Kadbanu, the menu here seems more traditional and the dishes are more substantial. Some of the seating are low tables where you have to remove your shoes — a little impractical when eating, but if you’re having tea, it’s a different story.
While presentation is not quite there, the flavours were. However, I am not quite sure if it’s worth the wait for a table.
1120 College St.