Located inside Super Sun Market in Westwood, Laziz is a tiny food counter serving solid versions of beef koobideh, ghormeh sabzi, and a cucumber and herb-filled yogurt dip called mast-o-khiar dip. That said, if you see us here (please say hi), we will absolutely be ordering the aush reshteh first. Filled with lentils, chickpeas, fried onions, and chopped fresh herbs like mint, parsley, and dill, it’s our favorite take on this noodle soup in the neighborhood. We also love their dolmeh kalam, cabbage leaves stuffed with rice, vegetables, and ground beef, all in a rich tomato sauce. It’s sweet, sour, and ideal for a quick lunch.
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