If you’re looking for quality Persian or Iranian cuisine along the Lindfield stretch of the Pacific Highway, Persian Chef should be your default destination. Dine in a warm and welcoming environment on dishes that are among Sydney’s most authentic when it comes to Middle Eastern food; exotic spices, traditional cooking techniques and typically inviting Persian hospitality combine to make a meal here something special indeed. You can find Persian chef a block towards the city from Lindfield station.
Persian cuisine evokes warmth, sun-kissed spice, and dishes that are colourful and healthy. This culinary tradition persists in dishes typical to modern-day Iranian cuisine, but it’s a tradition that has spread and mingled with many Middle Eastern cuisines. Here at Lindfield’s Persian Chef, the full gamut of Persian cuisine is represented on a long menu. Taken in combination with a relaxed dining environment and a welcome that makes one feel right at home, Persian Chef is the perfect spot up Pacific Highway from Sydney city to indulge in proper Persian.
Begin a feast with a number of Persian Chef’s traditional entrees. The kuku sabzi and kuku sibzamini build on a base of fried eggs, with fresh herbs, garlic and chives, walnut and barberry in the one, and a heartier mess of potato, capsicum, and jambon in the other. Lindfield is blessed to have Persian Chef sited right there by the station on the Pacific Highway, with the main courses really showcasing what traditional Persian cuisine is all about. People from Sydney city make a point of booking here, just to sample such delicacies as kebabs prepared a dozen ways (koobideh, logmeh, shishlik, qafkaz, and more), gheymeh and gormeh sabzi stews, and much more besides.