Persian delivery business launches in south west London

Ever fancied Persian meals? A new delivery service has launched in south-west London. 

After its large opening on April 29, Noushe Joon is bringing genuine, family-inspired recipes to prospects in Battersea and Clapham. 

Launched by Rea Shahroudi and Mo Ali Shirazi the business hopes to adapt basic flavours to a contemporary palette. 

The recipes on the menu have been developed by head chef, Ashkan Ashtari, who has labored in a variety of high-profile London eating places, together with The Ladbroke Arms in Notting Hill, Rök in Spitalfields, and The Havelock Tavern in Brook Green. 
Delivered in biodegradable packaging, the dishes will use seasonal substances sourced from native, sustainable producers. 
Committed to Persian tradition, Noushe Joon will share the story behind every dish on the menu.
It may even profile the flavours, substances, well being advantages, and customs surrounding Persian delicacies.

Noushe Joon Tahchin
Dishes on the Noushe Joon menu embrace ‘tahchin’, which is saffron and yoghurt layered rice with corn-fed hen thighs, beneath a crisp crust, topped with pistachios and barberries.

Customers may also attempt the loobia polo, a hearty rice dish layered with succulent cuts of lamb, inexperienced beans, and a wealthy fragrant tomato sauce.
The business will initially serve friends throughout Chelsea, Battersea, Pimlico and Clapham, with a view to extending its geographical protection throughout London. 
Shahroudi stated: “Persian meals is changing into more and more in style and consciousness of the delicacies is rising by the day.
“However, when ordering meals at house, individuals are much less inclined to search for Persian choices. We’d like to alter that and make it extra broadly out there.”
Shirazi added: “We know that the pandemic has modified consuming habits and extra individuals at the moment are selecting to discover completely different cuisines and meals codecs, so we really feel that the time is true to deliver a brand new supply to the market.”

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