Food and Drinks
Standards of food hygiene are mostly satisfactory in all categories of eating-houses. In general t Iranian cooking is organic, healthy and nutritious, and you shouldn’t have much problem in keeping to a balanced diet. However, the national dish is rice prepared in several special ways and served in vast helpings with almost every main dish, and very few of the main dishes would be considered complete without it. Iranian rice from the rainy plains of Mazandaran and Gilan is considered by many – not only Iranians – to be one of the world’s best rice.
One does not come to Iran for its famous wines or its outstanding brandy. The Islamic laws are prevalent and the consumption of Alcoholic beverages are banned. Consumption of these could get one into trouble. Not recommended. All sorts of soft drinks and the national beverage which is brewed black Tea are readily available.
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