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Banibanoo – Persian food

Banibanoo is another succulent place to visit — when you go, you will understand why I’m telling you this. Banibanoo is an Iranian restaurant hidden in Mártires Concepcionistas street and it’s truly a surprise for the palate. I recommend starting out with their refreshing water with mint, rose petals and honey.

Its owner, the super chic chef Bani, whets your appetite with traditional dishes from his country. I suggest you try 3 of their dishes (all delicious) in a kind of combination dish that also includes drink and coffee.

I’m a fan of rice and vegetables, and here you can try rice that has a mixture of flavors ranging from oranges to mint. All the dishes are colorful and the aubergines with yogurt are delicious. The desserts look like they’ve come out of a movie, and they are all made by the Banibanoo team —  there is nothing industrial here. 

It’s a fabulous option if you want new flavors, color and something exotic in your day. I recommend you book in advance or call, because sometimes there is no space. Or if you don’t want to move, you have the option to have everything delivered to you.

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Details about this spot



Calle de las Mártires Concepcionistas 19, Madrid

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Opening Times

08:00 - 19:00 daily


Menu: € 13.95

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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)