The for here is wonderful. I usually eat Kabab Kobideh which can be greasy in other Persian restaurants, but here they've got it just right.
The bread is gorgeous, and you can even order extra to take home with you. They cook it in front of you in a traditional Persian bread oven. The smell will drive you crazy while you're waiting for it to come to your table.
Prices aren't bad, though there are cheaper Persian restaurents around, though the quality makes up for this.
The restaurent doesnt serve alchole, but allows you to take your own wine, so this make the meal even better value.
I would definately recommend this place to Iranians and those new to Persian food.