Experience how to cook Iranian food
Believe it or not, many people visit Iran just to taste unique yet less known Iranian cuisine. Even if you’re not a food aficionado, you’ll most likely enjoy eating Iranian main and side dishes, drinks, and observing food customs like table manners, and cooking festivals. So, buckle up for a little tour of the Persian cuisine.
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable and light
IncludedAir conditioned transport throughout the tourBreakfastPersonal Guide
Not Included5 Star AccommodationAirport TransferGallery TicketLunch
Food is a major part of Persian culture, however, it is far less known over the world than it deserves. In our Culinary Essentials tour, we meet in Tajrish square and start with a local breakfast. Then we’re off to explore the best foodie stops in the neighborhood and stroll around the market as we learn of new ingredients, their usage and sample products. We will stop at different bakeries, family-owned food stalls and see how Samanu is made in big portions. We’ll try way too many Iranian pickles, taste a huge variety of nuts and Iranian pastries and learn all about the variety of Iranian bread served in Tehran just before we finish things off with lunch and tea.