Our products are a selection of hand-picked popular Persian pastries, appetizers and bread. We strive to provide the best quality products while focusing on serving the most authentic breads and pastries. Our signature product, Sangak bread, is the most popular bread in Iran dating back to the 15th century. Sangak’s whole wheat recipe is a rich source of vitamins B,E and is high in fiber and iron and provides many beneficial antioxidants that are difficult to find in other sources.
(naan sangak or nan-e sangak; Persian: سنگک) is a plain, rectangular, or triangular Iranian whole wheat sourdough flatbread. Sangak is one of the most difficult whole wheat sourdough recipes in the world, baked on actual “pebbles”.
Flat breads are one of the oldest known prepared foods. Over the centuries, making bread became an art. The word bread in Farsi is Naan. Sangak which is made of brown flour, is the most traditional bread in Iran.The oven is a dome shaped hole with a surface of pebbles and stones. That is where the name Sangak comes from: Sang means stone, so it is literally Stone Bread. This Sangak can be made to about three feet long, enough for the whole family. It brings a warm and yeasty fragrance into the house and is very delicious. ( food reference )
Iran is a bread culture with a long history of bread-making. According to archaeologists, wheat was cultivated more than 9,000 years ago near the Caspian Sea in northern Iran. It is not fully known how many different types of bread exist throughout the land, but four of them are quite prevalent. Barbari is probably the second most mainstream bread in Iran. Until recently, Barbari bread of Iran was unknown in the West. Since the commencement of the 21st century, it has been progressively gaining popularity among professional bakers and consumers in North America and Western Europe.
In Persian, the adjective Barbari (بربری) means “of barbars”. And, the noun barbar (بربر) means “barbarian” or “foreigner”. Some hypothetically attribute the Barbari bread to the Hazara people (a people that are said to be of Mongolian and Turkic ancestry) who began to migrate from Afghanistan to Northern Persia (the modern-day Iran) about or over two centuries ago. According to this hypothesis, the Hazara migrants, whom the Persians referred to as the “barbars”, began baking the flatbreads in Northern Persia, which Persians eventually named “Barbari bread”, the bread of barbarians/foreigners. It is said that Hazara of central Afghanistan are skillful bakers, and bread-making is one of their main occupations.
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A crispy delicacy which makes a perfect side for tea or coffee
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crispy puff pastry, multiple layered with house made whipped cream and topped with Pistachio
Favorite Persian Muffins, an authentic taste with Saffron, Cardamom and rosewater
Cream puffs on steroids! Filled with delicious house made cream and topped with both white and dark chocolate!
Puff pastry, brushed with a honey Saffron syrup and topped with Coconut and Pistachio!
Baklava’s don’t need much introduction! Pebbles Baklava’s are stuffed with either walnuts or pistachios with pure honey saffron on top!
Besides Saffron, Pistachio and whipped cream, traditional Persian ice cream is filled with a bunch of memories. There’s no Iranian who would not have sweet memories of enjoying this delicious ice cream back home. Bastani Sonnati or Classical/traditional ice cream is made with milk, whipped cream, sugar, saffron, pistachio and rose water; such amazing ingredients result in a delightful experience where your taste buds would crave over and over again!