What we say:
Apart from the big names in Middle Eastern cuisine, KL also has some rather quirkier culinary treats.
One such place is Naab, which specialises in Iranian fare. While most of the dishes would not look out of place on a Lebanese menu, such as the various kebabs, dolma (vine leaves stuffed with herby rice) and hummus, Naab has a sprinkling of more unusual offerings. These include lamb shank with broad bean rice and ghorme sabzi, a traditional Iranian beef stew.
Naab is good value for money, especially when it comes to the meze.
If you're looking for soemthing else a little unusual, try Hadramawt, which serves food with a Yemeni twist.
Hadramawt Lot 7 & 7A, Block B, Chulan Square, 92 Jalan Raja Chulan, Bukit Bintang, T: (03) 2142 2744
Contact details130 Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang
T: (03) 2143 3949
Open: Daily 12:00-23:30
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