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Hamid Shirdel, Owner and Executive Chef of Kuluck.
On any given weekday during lunch, the intimate space at Kuluck Persian Restaurant is packed with a wide mix of people speaking in a cacophony languages, both familiar and foreign. Bold exotic spices, like cinnamon, turmeric, and citrus, waft through the air. It's a mix of South Asian and Mediterranean aromas. The sensory experience borders on the overwhelming at Kuluck, brimming with the sights, sounds, and flavors of one of the oldest civilizations on the planet. See also: Kuluck Persian Restaurant Is a Sensory Tour of the Arab World
Published on June 3, 2014