Darwisch

A calm slice of Esfahan in Heidelberg – don’t miss the aubergine creations!

Environment: A small establish verging on minimalism with not much clutter and white walls.

Service: Calm, helpful, and polite; sometimes a bit slow – even with drinks.

Eats: Pre-starter offering of flatbread with sabzi (fresh herbs), cheese, onion. Delicious starters, including may excellent aubergine variations. For main course, there are of course many variations of grilled meat/kebab and rice or chips – if you are used to eating half a sheep in one seating, the portion size may disappoint. Additionally some Persian favourites such as fesenjan, sheresh polo, ghormeh sabzi, and other stew-style dishes.

Drinks: Doogh (Iranian yoghurt drink) and surprisingly quaffable Spanish red wine as well as beer, soft drinks etc.

Where: Rohrbacherstrasse 21, Weststadt, Heidelberg

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