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Aram Restaurant
138 S Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Aram Restaurant serves authentic Persian cuisine, offering lunch and dinner specials. The reasonably priced menuMore includes rice dishes, vegetarian options, seafood, Persian stew and chicken, beef and lamb kebabs. The eatery boasts a full bar and a unique, rich décor.
The Camden House
430 N Camden Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
The Camden House is much more than a fine dining destination in Beverly Hills—it is also a nightclub, making it anMore ideal destination for a business crowd during the day and A-listers at night. The Persian cuisine offered at the restaurant is regarded to be the best in Los Angeles, and the beautiful outdoor garden adds a touch of romance to any meal. The Camden House is open for lunch Monday through Friday, but evenings are reserved for special events, and reservations are required. Visit the restaurant's website for information about special events, such as Persian singers and dancers, food seminars with lectures, discussions and tastings.
Citibank
8485 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Citibank is located on the corner of Wilshire and La Cienega boulevards and has a convenient 24-hour security ATM justMore outside the parking lot entrance. Twenty minutes of free parking is available with any bank transaction. Citibank is a full-service bank with home equity loans, business accounts, mortgages, foreign exchange, money transfers and many other services. Multiple languages are spoken at this branch including Hebrew, Persian and Spanish.
Feryanos Restaurant
295 S Robertson Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
This small restaurant on South Robertson Boulevard serves up American comfort food standards like sandwiches, burgers,More salads, hot dogs and breakfast foods. Shakes, floats, smoothies and desserts are also available at Feryano's, making this spot a favorite with kids. Customers can sit at an indoor or outdoor table or settle in at the counter for a classic diner experience. The many regular customers here bring a small town feel to the service, but the restaurant draws high-profile diners as well—the wall at the entrance is covered with celebrity signatures and pictures of famous patrons. Be sure to ask about the Persian dishes that are not listed on the menu.
Azeri Foods
468 N Camden Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210

This is the Beverly Hills office for Azeri Foods, a gourmet importer for items from the Republic of Azerbaijan, anMore area located in the Persian and South Caucasus region of Eurasia, north of present-day Iran. The cuisine is centered on the bounty of the Caspian Sea region, so some of the items it imports are: sturgeon, salmon and white fish. It also imports the most prized export, Black Caviar from the Caspian Sea.

This is not a retail store, but the office for the import company who specializes in this food. To find retail stores which carry these products, information may be obtained by calling this office.

Caravan Rug Corp.
8725 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211
The Caravan Rug Corp. is one of the oldest exporters of fine Persian carpets from the Middle East. The first store wasMore opened in the 1930s in pre-revolution Iran, and this branch opened in the 1960s making it one of the first shops in America to find these fine works of art. It specializes in antique rugs and traditional textile weaves from Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan and Syria. Its sales staff is full of experts on the history and value of each carpet offered in the shop. It is often consulted by auction houses such as Sotheby's and Christies to appraise prized kilns which go onto the marketplace. Although it is a retail shop, it has a museum-like air due to the quality and value of the carpets offered to the consumer.
Darioush Restaurant
111 N la Cienega Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90211

Darioush Restaurant is located on La Cienega Boulevard's famed Restaurant Row. Chef and owner Darioush Danesh comesMore from Iran via London, where he worked at the upscale Belvedere restaurant, after which he came to Los Angeles on holiday and decided that this was where he wanted to be. Two years later, Darioush Restaurant was born.

The cuisine is French-inspired while paying homage to Danesh's Persian roots, with typical dishes including king salmon that is cooked in parchment and seasoned with saffron-lime butter. The menu is inspired by produce from the farmers market, grass-fed meats and organic free-range game, while the wine list includes many selections from California and France. The dining room is intimate with dark wood tones, oil paintings and soft lighting, and there is a small outdoor patio for dining al fresco.