Indulge in the exquisite flavours of Persian cuisine at Shabestan Singapore, a multiple award-winning Eastern restaurant in Singapore. Explore our menu and savour the 6 most popular Persian dishes that promise a culinary journey through the heart of the Middle East. From succulent kebabs to aromatic stews, experience the rich tapestry of Persian flavours in every bite.
Koresh-E-Fesenjan (gluten free)
This iconic Persian stew, is an essential part of every Persian wedding menu. Koresh-e Fesenjan is traditionally made with duck, and also goes well with chicken. Koresh-E-Fesenjan is a dish that is slow cooked for maximum flavours as it combines the nutty taste of ground walnuts with the sweet and sour flavours of pomegranates.
Zereshk Polo with Chicken (gluten free)
The sweet and sour flavours of Zereshk, barberries, paired with red ruby berries and rice cooked with saffron makes this an impressive dish that is usually served with chicken.
Ghormeh Sabzi (gluten free)
A favourite and popular dish throughout Iran, Ghormeh Sabzi is a staple when it comes to Persian cuisine. This dish is a savoury medley of fresh lamb, cooked with red beans, herbs, sun-dried lime, fresh vegetables and is served with Persian rice.
Lamb Kubbideh (gluten free)
Tender ground lamb and whole tomato skewered and charcoal grilled to perfection.
Kashk-e-Bademjan (vegan, vegetarian and gluten free)
Mixture of sautéed eggplant, onion, mint and Shabestan's dressing
Ash Reshth (vegetarian)
A hearty textured soup made with Persian noodles, beans, parsley, cilantro, spinach, herbs and kashk. Made with auspicious ingredients, Ash Reshth is part of every Persian New Year, Nowruz menu.
Join us for an authentic dining experience that transports you to the vibrant streets of Iran. Discover the magic of Shabestan and treat your taste buds to a symphony of taste and tradition.