Mirage Persian Cuisine

(404) 843-8300 | View Website

6631 Roswell Rd Ne Ste B, Sandy Springs, GA | Directions   30328

33.936313 -84.378811

Open Hours

Sun-Thur 11:30-10:00 PM

Fri-Sat: 11:30-11:00 PM

 
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Tags: Outdoor Dining, Family-Friendly Dining

Price: $

General Info: Open 7 Days

Cuisine: Mediterranean

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Mirage Persian Cuisine
Mirage Persian Cuisine
Mirage Persian Cuisine
Mirage Persian Cuisine

From The Owners of Mirage Persian Cuisine

Authentic Persian & Mediterranean Cuisine

Menu
Lentil Soup, Tomato Fennel Soup, Ashe Reshteh, Mirage's Hommus, Mast-O-Khiar, Mast-O-Mousir, Kashk-O-Bademjan, Mirza Qasemi, Kashk-O-Bademjan and Mirza Qasemi, Dolmeh... more

Reviews for Mirage Persian Cuisine

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

My Wife and I love Mirage – We have always had good service at Mirage (over the last 7 years) and the food is consistently great. Farrah (the owner) has always gone out of her way to make sure everything is done right! I can only say that I am thrilled to have this restaurant in Sandy Springs as well as the other fine persian restaurants!

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Perhaps 1,001 nights are in order to enjoy this sumptuous Persian food in Sandy Springs. – The Scene
Mirage's decor is simple but comfortable: Doric columns, black metal furniture dressed with white tablecloths, sedate artwork and a tasseled swag above the windows facing the patio and parking lot. A table at the front of the restaurant features Iranian magazines and Farsi ads. Traditional music plays as the smiling servers circulate through the room, happy to answer any questions the descriptive menu doesn't.

The Food
Start with a sampler combination of refreshing shirazi salad spiked with lime juice; two different smoky eggplant spreads; and savory dolmeh, peppers stuffed with minced lamb. Khorescht-e-Fesenjan, a rich chicken, minced walnut and pomegranate stew, is sweet and sour; Shireen Polo, "the jewel of Persian rice dishes," features orange peel, saffron, barberries, slivered almonds, pistachios and raisins. Meat lovers will adore the Sultan's Kabobs, with juicy filet mignon and ground sirloin skewers. For dessert, try intoxicating rosewater ice cream studded with pistachios.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

No customer service – We had been eating at this restaurant for a couple of years. Then a new persian restaurant opened and we started going there. We still were loyal to dining at Mirage until we found out how bad the customer service is there. We asked for a different stew (same price as the one they use) on one of their appetizers (Tahdeg) & they will not allow it. This is ridiculous! I would think the owners would be a little more customer-friendly since they now have stiff competition down the road that accomodates any request from customers. The other restaurant also provides free feta cheese (a speciality of Persian restaurants) & this restaurant charges for it. Do yourself a favor, go to the other Persian restaurants which are located right down the road.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Terrible Service Topped with Attitude – I have been to this place before and had mixed experiences. But the last time was the worst. The food was okay, but our waiter had a horrible attitude. Firstly, it took almost 1 hour to get our food. No drink refills were offered. We had to specifically ask him for the paper napkins. And when we left the restaurant, he followed us outside the restaurant asking for more tip. And when we explained to him that his service was very slow, he started arguing and insisting on giving him more tip. Never seen that before! One advice - never dine at Mirage.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Excellent neighbourhood Persian – I live a stone's throw away from this place, and I can't believe I didn't try it earlier. One of the better Persian foods I've ever had. DO NOT MISS the kashk-e-badamjan (the eggplant appetizer). The persian tea also has a great aroma. The kabobs are delicious and the rice is very well cooked. Wait staff knowledgeable, and personable. Heck, I'm going there tonight!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Eclectic Flavors – If you have never had Persian this is the place to try it. The food is a collection of different flavors that all come together for an awesome new dining experience.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

WORST EXPERIENCE !! – THE FOOD, AND THE WAITE, DID NOT WORTH IT !!

IT TOOK THE KITCHEN , 45 MINUTES TO SENT OUR FOOD TRU,

ALTHOUGH THE WAITERESS WAS VERY HELPFULL, BUT THEY DID HAVE THEIR

ACT ALL TOGETHER.

NEVER AGAIN,

HADI

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Romantic restaurant setting. I did not enjoy my food very much, I must have not ordered right. My husband really liked his shrimp kebab meal however, and I have to agree it was delicious. Persian rice always takes makes the meal, so full of flavor and so light. The shrimp kebab was well marinated and extremely tasty. The served flat bread was huge and served fresh and warm. Our server was a very shy, soft spoken young man. Overall, I would have to say, I prefer Persepolis down the road.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Persian food in Atlanta – I have eaten at most of the Persian restaurants in Atlanta, but the Mirage is by far the best. If you want extremely good service, ask for Borhan or Rozita. They were both very attentive.

The food is wonderful. Be sure to try the kabobs. They are all wonderful. I would recommend this restaurant to my friends.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Persian Restaurant – I have been to many persian restaurants, and this one is by far the best. The service is excellent, and the food is just unbelievable.

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