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Behrouz Persian Cuisine

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Note: I wasn't able to take a picture outside the resto because I was really, really hungry!

I had another pig-out with my friend Andrew recently, and we always end up eating kebab this time we went to Behrouz Persian Cuisine.

inside Behrouz

Behrouz Persian Cuisine is a simple Persian restaurant located at Metrowalk. It was included in's top ten Middle Eastern haunts in Manila. It's been a while since I've been there because I would always go to Stackers whenever I'm in Metrowalk. Since my friend and I recently had burgers, we tried kebab this time.

Want to eat Persian style?

The interiors of Behrouz is so simple that one would think that it's just an ordinary canteen (no offense meant here though). But what was eye-catching is the platform where customers can enjoy eating Persian style while having a shisha.

For lunch, I ordered the Chelo Kabab Kobideh (Php 270).

Chelo Kebab Kobideh

Chelo Kabab Kobideh is a complete meal with Basmati rice, 2 pieces of beef kebab, butter, and 2 grilled tomatoes. The kebab is usually served covered with Basmati rice. And man, a serving of Basmati rice is enough for two people, but I finished the whole thing myself. Yes, I was that hungry.

My friend ordered Chelo Kabab Makhsos (Php 350).

Chelo Kebab Makhsos

Chelo Kabab Makhsos is also a complete meal with Basmati rice, 1 piece of beef kebab, 1 piece of beef tenderloin, butter, and 2 grilled tomatoes. I could say that my friend loved the kebab since he also finished everything.

Overall, Behrouz is a must-try for authentic Persian kebab. I love that the kebab was grilled just right, and I love the overwhelming Basmati rice! I was supposed to order additional butter but thought otherwise since I should not be eating too much fat. Meals are a bit more expensive than other Persian restos but it was worth it.

I have to come back soon.


Behrouz Persian Cuisine
Ground Floor
Metrowalk Commercial Center
Meralco Avenue, Pasig City
Contact No.6872759

Other branches are Timog Avenue, Wilson Street, and Santana Grove


  1. I really have to try Persian restaurants soon! :) Will see if I can check Behrouz's Timog branch within the week.. :D

  2. You really have to Sumi! :) I'll be waiting for your Persian blogpost.

  3. I'll definitely try this place. Wow! They have a platform area where you can really enjoy your meal and while having a shisha, it seems so interesting! You can absolutely feel that you were in western Asia.

    And I have to check out the entire restaurant that included on the list of’s Top ten Middle Eastern Haunts in Manila, because my heart really goes out to Middle Eastern Cuisine.

    Oh btw I'm hosting my first giveaway. So check out my blog and feel free to join. HAPPY HOLIDAYS:)


  4. Hi Queenie! Followed your blog and will check if I can join your contest. My heart goes to Middle Eastern food fans like myself. :) Happy Holidays too! :)

  5. Naku, will go to Metrowalk mga Feb ... eto naman try ko :)

  6. Hi kay! You really should try it! :D

  7. Matagal ko na gusto pumunta sa mga Persian resto's kaso parang ang intimidating kasi baka mahal or weird ang food.~

    Haiz~ Kung kelan nag-vow ako magpapayat..tsaka ko naman nakita ang blog mo ( >.<)~

  8. Hi Lady Spring! Sometimes intimidating ang Persian restos because of the ambiance, pero try mo. Favorite ko kasi Persian food. :)

  9. There's one in SM north..Persian Grill *I think*... Try ko lang pag nagawi na kami :3

  10. Yes, that's Persia Grill. I've created a review for Persia Grill also. :)


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