Nersses Vanak

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Where to find the best Persian restaurants in Los Angeles

Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • August 6, 2019

the broth from their dizi, nodding approvingly at the juiciness of their kebabs, sipping strong tea with a distant scent of cardamom. 4515 Campus Drive, Irvine, (949) 786-2000, henhousecampus.com Nersses Vanak Romik Abediyan with a bowl of dizi and a

plate of ab-goosht at Nersses Vanak in Glendale. (Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times) If you live closer to Glendale than to Irvine, this handsomely spare restaurant is your destination for dizi; the version here brings the lamb-rich umami depth, a truth

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Jonathan Gold restaurant review: Warm up with dizi at Nersses Vanak in Glendale

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • January 15, 2016

. If it is Friday, you can find dizi at Attari in Westwood, called there by its alternate name ab-goosht, where it is the inevitable weekly special. If it is not Friday, you should probably be at Nersses Vanak instead, a slightly faded restaurant in an

almost all Iranian restaurants in Glendale, Nersses Vanak is probably best known for its kebabs, which are big, well-seasoned, made with halal meat, and served on immoderate mounds of saffron-gilded rice. The luleh kebab, made of ground beef, is

Review: You can laugh at the Bellwether's on-trend menu, but Ted Hopson's cooking is no joke

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • February 5, 2016

ever Grand Harbor caters to seafood tastes in the $10 to $10,000 range Warm up with dizi at Nersses Vanak in Glendale

Review: Ari Taymor's Alma, temporarily reborn at the Standard Hollywood, is better than ever

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • January 29, 2016

$10,000 range Warm up with dizi at Nersses Vanak in Glendale Andy Ricker’s Pok Pok brings a genuine taste of Thailand to L.A.

Grand Harbor caters to seafood tastes in the $10 to $10,000 range

Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • January 22, 2016

nightly, 5 to 10 p.m. Credit cards accepted. No alcohol (for the moment). RECOMMENDED DISHES Baked pork bao with abalone sauce; fried chicken knees with spicy salt. jonathan.gold@latimes.com MORE JONATHAN GOLD: Warm up with dizi at Nersses Vanak in