Darvish Restaurant Tempus  

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Date Updated: December 19, 2006
Address: 508 Yonge ST , Toronto
Phone: (416) 929-8893

Nearest Major Intersection: College St & Yonge St

Details

Reservations Required: No
Delivery: No (or n/a)
Dress Code: None

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helenl8

Reviews: 1Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 5
Overall: September 27, 2007
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful. The food is wonderful Persian food at a reasonable price.
I recommend this place.
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Mona

Reviews: 5Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 6
Overall: September 14, 2007
3 out of 3 people found this review helpful. The food is great and I agree that the service is not the best but that's because it's a "mom and pop" shop. I am a big supporter and love the joujeh kabob with shirazi salad and the mosteh mooseer is to die for! It's not a fancy restaurant so if you're looking for fine dining, this isn't for you. If you're looking for great persian food at a very reasonable price, then this is your place!
I recommend this place.
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funkaoshi

Reviews: 19Badges: 2This user has a UserRank of 5
Overall: December 19, 2006
6 out of 8 people found this review helpful. I went to Darvish with my girlfriend last night. I've been looking for a good Persian place downtown for quite some time. Darvish is just North of College on Yonge, in the spot another restaurant called Tempus used to be. (The shop actually goes by both names: Darvish or Tempus.) It’s a moderately sized restaurant, long and rectangular, with an exposed brick wall to your right and mirrors and bench seating on your left. There is a fair amount of seating, so you could accommodate a fairly large group. My girlfriend and I sat at a table for two near the back. We ordered Kashk-e Baadenjaan to start; it’s an eggplant dish I like a lot. I ordered a chicken and beef kebab plate as my main. My girlfriend ordered the Ghormeh Sabzi, which is a Persian stew. We both agreed the chicken kebabs and the kashk-e baadenjaan were excellent, that the beef kebabs were quite good, and that the ghormeh sabzi was a bit watery. I think overall Darvish is a nice place to eat — the fact the food is so cheap is a nice plus. Most of the mains were around the $12 mark, appetizers were under $7. It is definitely worth checking out.
I recommend this place.
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