Bastani Restaurant (Traditional)
Located in front of the Imam Mosque (Shah Masjid) at the Naqsh e Jahan Square, the restaurant is geared specifically towards foreign travelers – it introduces them to the local aesthetics of décor and lighting while giving them an opportunity to splurge on some pleasing meat dishes from around Iran.
Abbasi Hotel Restaurant
Abbasi Hotel with its various luxury restaurants can cater to different tastes. At this luxurious 5-star 300-year-old hotel you can enjoy traditional - classic - summer or rooftop dining for a variety of Iranian and foreign cuisine.
Beryani or Beryan is a traditional Isfahan's dish made from mutton or lamb that has been chopped, skewered and grilled over an open fire. It serves with fresh bread, a delicious Iranian flatbread, your trip to Isfahan would not be completed without it.
This restaurant is certainly worth for the best price for its location for its breathtaking view of Isfahan, apart from that, a nice choice for eating out. They provide cramped minivans from the base to the uphill restaurant, and the interiors are pretty cool with wood-paneled ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Jarchi Bashi Restaurant
The bath is one of the most important architectural structures in Iran. The baths are the non-religious buildings in Iran that have been built in different cities and villages. The history of baths in Iran back to hundreds of years ago.