A nice part of living in or around a gigantic town like LA is the numerous amazing trattorias that offer excellent meals. Different cuisines are simple to find and at certain times it is hard to decide what you want for dinner. The great speedway system and Metrolink, as well as old boulevards and avenues that are the next best thing to roads, connect such a big amount of different areas that leaving one area to eat in another is a normal experience.
If you're in the mood for Persian dining and require the evening to be special, visit the Carousel Trattoria in Glendale. This is another candidate for the title the best Persian restaurant in Los Angeles. It's a dressy affair, so look sharp with nice shoes, a collar on the shirt and no jeans, please. The street parking is a convenience, though you could have to stroll a block or so to reach the diner. Like so many Southern California eateries, outdoor seating if offered.
You and your visitors will be happy with the wait staff, extraordinarily alert and prepared to reply to any questions you ask about the food on the menu. Seating happens as fast as a spot opens up, so have patience and revel in the views while studying the menu. The atmosphere is great and on weekends, belly dancers perform on the dancefloor, adding to the Middle Eastern flavour.
Bear in mind that if you imbibe, the drinks are expensive, though toothsome. There are so many things to order and it is hard infrequently to make up your mind. Combination dinners are available, which give the chance to try one or two items.
Kebab is virtually a Persian food trademark and you'll find it at Carousel. Guests generally order hummus with their meal. The veg are fresh and prepared stylishly. You will find this diner becomes one of your dining faves very fast.