Behrouz Persian Cuisine

Santana Grove, Soreena Ave. cor. Dr. A. Santos Ave., Sucat, Parañaque, Metro Manila

Behrouz Persian Cuisine
3.7
3.5 Stars

19 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 7
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 21 Reviews
  • 6 Recommend
  • 19 Reviewers
Category:
Middle Eastern
Business Hours
Open: 11:00a - 5:00a
Phone
+9334196444

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 5:00a
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 5:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 5:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 5:00a
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 5:00a
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 5:00a
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 5:00a

Payment Options

Cash

Price Range

₱80 - ₱350

More Business Info

Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Tina B.
4.0 Stars
2

I liked it.

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Khaimah Fe B.
4.0 Stars

Disclaimer: No photos because i was with my boss when we dined here for lunch. Nahihiya akong magpicture, baka masabihan na naman akong "so millenial!" 128514
We had shawarma rice, beef kabab, and BTO. I won't describe each viand- but all in all, the food are meaty, flavorful and delicious 128076🏻
However, we had to call the server a few times just to get the bill. ☹️
Nevertheless, this place never gets old for me. 128522

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Mico C.
3.0 Stars

If i had rated this place based on past visits, might have given them a higher score, probably 4 stars. Was slightly disappointed with my visit today, but not entirely their fault.

First up, food: ordered two beef kebabs (80 pesos per order) and one full order of jasmine rice. Partner ordered hummus and pita bread (and a beef kebab and half order of jasmine rice). Also, we both had yogurt shakes. :)
Learnings for today: (1) you can order half rice. We didn't know that, apparently you could and given their huge, correction, monstrous servings, i think this option can be quite handy at times. (2) a way to tweak your hummus a bit, you can put a bit of salt on it (okay maybe a bit more than a bit, 2 bits? What?!)

Anyway, hummus was a bit too oily for me but partnered with the very warm (just heated) pita bread, the combo works well :) haha works for me at least. Beef kebab is my usual, so no surprise there. Yogurt shakes = awesomeeeee! (As usual)

Serving time was quick, and waitress was very pleasant. So it took a bit of time for her to bring us water, but no biggie as we had our yogurt shakes with us already. What brought down their score though for this visit was that while eating had several pesky mosquitos in our area and also there was a cat inside the resto (nope, i'm sorry but this is not a cat cafe, ha!)

Anyway, if we just focus on the food and their value for money, this is an excellent go to place for persian cuisine. So just give it a try, even with the 3 stars, i still recommend their food. :)

Take care everyone, advance happy monday!

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Mico C.
5.0 Stars

The usual lunchout place for our office. Love their food. Go for any of their kebabs. Yogurt shake is always good.

Don't expect them to have the best plating skills though. But who cares! Good food. Done. Haha

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Ginno J.
3.0 Stars

Took out Chelo Makhsos. Servings are generous most specially with the rice. Meal cost me 390 pesos so a little bit on the priey side. Nothing special with the kebab but it's ok. The butter rice was also disappointing. Couldnt even taste the butter. I didnt like their sauce. It's too watery. Liked the hot sauce coz it really is spicy but then again i have a tendency to like anything spicy. Haha! :) id probably eat here again coz its close by unless I find another place thats close. Overall it was a so so experience.

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Yina M.
4.0 Stars

This place is like a level up of a canteen. It doesn't have a smell, but you know the place could be more maintained. I was starving from heavy traffic on my way down south and from cancelled plans.

The food is cheap! I'm not used to it being cheap anymore. Living in Makati has made me expect high prices for food. I ordered a shawarma rice and upgraded it to Basmati P180. It didn't take long to be served given that i was the only customer. The basmati rice was a heaping! What i like about it is it is also soft and fluffy. The food is simply done and served to you. There is no plating of any kind. But i like that it's broken down this way because it makes you choose which condiment to mix with the meat. I started out with onions and tried to include tomatoes. That didn't work for me so i doused the meat and onion mixture with garlic and chili sauce. Ahhh! That gave it more flavor and tasted more like shawarma to me. I slowly added the cucumber and it balanced out the spice. I didn't doubt that i wouldn't finish the rice, but i ended up leaving some. This food always makes me want to drink a soda P40.

If you look up, you'll see several shisha waterpipes. Am not sure if this is for display or for use.

Pretty interesting afternoon it's turning out to be.

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AAA M.
5.0 Stars

My all-time fave midnight "snack" lol. I just can't say no these... 128514128514128514. That BTO is to die for. 1285139786128586

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Cory J.
3.0 Stars

Nilandi mo ako, pero nambibitin ka. #pafall.

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Lia B.
3.0 Stars

Prefer their beef kebab over the chicken and lamb. The white garlic sauce was too watery though unlike the one at Cafe Mediterranean

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Kevin Jan V.
4.0 Stars

While there are a lot of shawarma stalls scattered all over the metro, there are a few that preferred to veer away from the to-go food stall experience and decided to be a Persian fastfood restaurant, just like Behrouz Persian Cuisine.

If my memory serves me right, Behrouz' Tomas Morato branch gives more of a chillout, dine-and-drink vibe because of their huts. This branch, on the other hand, gives me the dine-and-leave vibe because of how the place resembles to that of a typical fastfood restaurant. I frequent here to hangout with the gang as our healthy alternative to Starbucks because of their fruit shakes. I've noticed that most of their customers are families who really just go there to eat. While they offer beer on their menu, there are quite a few who drink at this place.

Yesterday was one of the numerous times I went here to feast on Persian cuisine. I do not have much reference to Persian food; thus, I have no other place to compare it to. I ordered BTO which stands for Beef, Tomato, Olive Oil. It looks like 'Giniling' to me. I didn't complain, though, because I love ground beef. I also had their Basmathi Rice topped with butter -- something not for the health conscious -- and Banana Yogurt Shake. I love their shakes! It tastes just right, not too sweet nor too bland.

Over the years, I was also able to savor on some of their food like their shawarma, kebab, and Salad Oliveyeh -- their take on the popular mashed potato. All of it taste just right for me, but would be better had they offered a bigger serving. The price ranges from P50-P350 depending on what you order.

I have nothing to say regarding service because they serve the food quickly, not to mention that their staff are polite and attentive. I just find this branch a bit too overstaffed vis-a-vis the number of people dining here.

In a nutshell, Behrouz Persian Cuisine can give you a Persian food experience for a price that's just right. I recommend you to try their BTO, because that's the reason why I always eat there. Oh, and their shakes, too! 128522

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Aj A.
3.0 Stars

It was ok nothing authentic i guess....;)

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Ruth L.
2.0 Stars

I disliked it.

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Michael P.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Peach L.
4.0 Stars

Nothing new in what I always order here except I added the keema (ground beef, onion and tomato). It tasted ordinary to me.

But the rest was pretty much how I like them:
Beef chelo kebab kobideh, buttered basmati with grilled onion and tomatoes, pita bread, and ox brain all bathed, errrr, drowned in garlic-yoghurt sauce and chili sauce. Yummmmm!!

For those of you who don't know WTH I posted, that's the ox brain. Those white lumps found in the head of the ox. Yummeh! 128520

It's not for the faint of heart. But if you're curious, it tastes like the yellow part of the balut. Fried conservatively, quite rich and tasty especially when you put salt, pepper and calamansi on it 128077128076

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Alyssa G.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Jamie G.
3.0 Stars

Ohhhhh, look at the long grain rice... ohhhh! Ok, damnit I forgot how much this order was. P225+/-. That's the Chelo Kabab Kobideh, by the way.

*Sigh* I used to love this place. Now there's nothing to love but the rice. Hate their kabab, it's lacking flavor. Hate the sauce, it's too runny for both the chili and the garlic. Too much water in there, no more taste. Hate the flies. Hate the mosquitoes.

*Sigh*. Should've gone to Mister Kabab instead.

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Marv S.
4.0 Stars

Good food :) at least wont have to go all the way to Ortigas to get my kebab fix :)

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Bunny C.
5.0 Stars

Ox brain!

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Jim R.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Amiel P.
4.0 Stars

Chelo kabab kobideh! Good buy for a meat guy! Lovely

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