Sepah Jigaraki a different taste
Duration Of Visit
0.5 To 1 Hour
Best Seasons To Visit
Sepah Street, Qazvin, Qazvin Province, Iran
Time To Read: 6 Minutes
Geographical location of Sepah Jigaraki
Reasons of reputation
The shops, stands and small restaurants which sell Kebab-E-Jigar (grilled liver of sheep or chicken), generally known as Jigaraki, are among the tourist attractions. For the more adventurous, kidney and heart kabobs are also an option at Jigaraki, but liver is the delicacy of choice. Jigaraki is one of the occupations related to traditional cooking style of the Iranian Based on the available photos remained from Qajar era.
This place is one of the oldest one in Qazvin. Although it's small, but it's really cozy and comfy place where is always full of its own customers. Due to its location where is close to the bazaar (a permanently enclosed marketplace or street where goods and services are exchanged or sold) it's not only is a good place for the merchant class and workers of bazaars, but it's also a family spot, so if you're willing to try new thing, go there for sure and try Kebab-E-Jigar with a bit salt and lemon juice based on your own taste. If the weather is nice, sit outside and enjoy of this mood changing area.
Tips and ideas
If you come here to try this unique taste, you went halfway through Qazvin's tourist attraction, because this place is located at Sepah Street, first street of Iran and the most historic street of the city, it has the privilege of being close to a large number of beautiful and ancient places. You can visit Ali Qapu Gate where located in the southern part of the Safavid Royal Complex in the beginning of the Sepah Street. The Ali Qapu Gate is the biggest entrance and the only remained door of seven doors of Safavid Royal Complex which was built during Tahmasp I and then was altered during Abbas the Great. The next spot can be Jameh Mosque of Qazvin, the most ancient mosque in Qazvin. It's located on the middle of Sepah Street. There is a cistern right next to the mosque where called Masjed Jameh Cistern and it's worth to see. Also there is a permanent handicraft's bazaar inside of the cistern and it can attract those interested in handicrafts and earthenwares and you'll find stunning option to buy as souvenir for their family and friends. Sepah Bazaarcheh in front of the mosque where is one of the main centers of fresh fruit and vegetables products. Mere walking in the old and charming environment of the bazaar makes you feel fresh, especially right before dusk.
Remember that that Qazvin is a small city and you can easily access to its monuments by a few minutes' walk.
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