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Sinbad’s Feast

Sinbad's Feast

Sinbad's Feast

There are so many inexpensive buffets in town that leave a bad taste in my mouth. Not only are the places filthy and the food usually not at all good, the quality of food is much to be desired. But not here at Sinbad’s Feast.

Sinbad's Feast

First, the place is immaculate. And sophisticated. A clear left-over from the previous tenant Sia’s. There are no tell-tale signs that this is a Persian restaurant except for a side room, the Hookah Lounge, complete with… beds! Daybeds outfitted with colorful fabrics and comfy pillows. I wanted to jump in and curl up!

Sinbad's Feast

Sinbad's Feast

And then there’s the food. Everything is freshly-made in-house. Owner/Chef PJ, a long-time chef and a Tehran native who has been living in Atlanta for 28 years, concocts the most delicious Persian, Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern food imaginable. My memories of authentic Middle Eastern/Persian food come from an Iranian uncle who lives in Atlanta and cooks simple Persian food, and visits to Doha (Qatar) and Dubai (UAE) where I’ve been four times. In a couple of those visits, I remember a family friend, a Persian chef and a resident, who prepared the best Fesejoon I have ever tasted. Chef PJ’s is just as good, if not better. His version gave me an oh-my-gosh-this-is-so-good-I-need-a-moment-of-silence. The chicken is so moist and so tender and the ground walnut-pomegranate sauce is simply heavenly.

Sinbad's Feast

Sinbad's Feast

But that’s not all. The chicken in the Jooheh was so moist even after sitting out on the buffet. The lime, herbs, and saffron flavors are evident in every bite. I love the tasty Koobideh, ground meat seasoned with spices and turmeric, goes really well with Adas rice . My uncle makes Koobideh often and serves it with the same lentils-and-raisins-mixed rice. Everything is good but the stews here are really the stars of the show. Fork-tender meats are simmered in herbs and spices resulting in flavorful sauces that are thick and hearty. I would go everyday just for the stews alone. Incidentally, dishes change daily so you won’t feel like eating the same things over and over again at every visit.

Sinbad's Feast

A great ending to every Mid-Eastern meal, a cup of cardamom tea infused with rose water is freshly brewed daily. The food, both in quality and taste, really doesn’t justify the price. So for $8.95 for lunch and $12.95 for dinner, what are you waiting for?

Side Note: Shout out to my Persian cousin AT who dabbles as a very famous graffiti artist and equally famous b-boy in Atlanta

Sinbad’s Feast
10305 Medlock Bridge Rd., Suite C-8
Johns Creek, GA 30097
(770) 622-6409

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11 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Sinbad’s Feast | ATLboy // Nov 2, 2010 at 1:05 pm

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  • 2 Sean M // Nov 3, 2010 at 10:29 am

    amir is your cousin? tell him we need more mr fangs!! love his work.

  • 3 Chloe // Nov 3, 2010 at 3:15 pm

    Sean– yes he is. He’s very talented.

  • 4 Sean M // Nov 3, 2010 at 5:17 pm

    very talented is an understatement. especially for someone in the states, gotta be one of the best!

  • 5 Chloe // Nov 3, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    lol. yes! i still think of him as the hyper kid when we were growing up.

  • 6 Sinbad’s Feast, Johns Creek GA « Food Near Snellville // Dec 13, 2010 at 1:11 pm

    [...] as you head north, hard to miss if you’re careful. We went on a Friday night, a suggestion of Chow Down Atlanta. The idea of plenty of salad and grilled meats made this potentially [...]

  • 7 Guest // Jan 24, 2011 at 4:20 am

    they got worst service and management ever, We will never go back there ever. please do yourself a favor and do not even try the place.

  • 8 Brianna // Jan 31, 2011 at 4:24 am

    My friends and I went to Sinbad’s feast a few days ago, the restaurant was nice, the wait staff were nice. The food was a bland arrangement of hours old fares that can be found much fresher and tastier elsewhere in Atlanta. Kabobs were dry and barely warm; the stews were bland, and over cooked, lacked texture, and any real appeal. Overall I would rate the food a 3 out of 10.
    The owner and his wife were extremely unprofessional and rude to the staff and the customers, I rate them a 1 out of 10. There are definitely better places to dine around town then here.

  • 9 Rich Bolton // Mar 24, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    could anyone give a good report on this resturant???????looks like a nasty place to visit…… if the owners can’t even be polite in this economy I would look for quick exit from Johns Creek

  • 10 PJ & Riana // Apr 17, 2011 at 2:00 pm

    I invite everyone to come in and check out our Restaurant———- Don’t always believe what you read. If people have personal issues with us please show some CLASS.

  • 11 Yasmin // Dec 17, 2011 at 11:52 pm

    Is the food halal?

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