Fresh off a menu makeover, Shandiz focuses on the staples of homestyle Persian food done up right: heavenly rice dishes, juicy kabobs and stews so warm, filling and cozy, they give Southern comfort food a serious run for its money.Norcross– if the intoxicating aromas of Shandiz's charbroiled kabobs and traditional stews haven't already picked you up and drawn you inside like a wispy cartoon scent, let this be your official invitation. This Middle Eastern eatery (formerly known as Baba's) is fresh off a top-to-bottom makeover, complete with a new name and a much more tightly focused menu that simply highlights what the kitchen does best: real-deal, traditional Persian cuisine. You won't find a multi-page tome of a menu or a frazzled kitchen struggling to juggle bolognese, tzatziki and saffron rice on the same stove. You will, however, find the staples of homestyle Persian food done up right: heavenly rice dishes, juicy kabobs and stews so warm, filling and cozy, they give Southern comfort food a serious run for its money.
Conventional carnivore wisdom might hold that it's pretty much impossible to bungle the meat-on-a-stick formula—but one disappointing experience at a Persian restaurant not worth its
Lamb Shank 15.99
Kubideh Kabob 13.99
Cornish Hen Kabob 16.99
Kubideh and Chicken Combo 15.99
Gyro Plate 11.99
Monday to Saturday 11 Am to 9.30 pm