You can name it best restaurant in Yazd for eating Persian cousin.The food is very good quality, especially the lamb kebab. Price is decent and not expensive at all by western standard.
|Moshir ol Mammolek Hotel / Restaurant
One of the best traditional hotels in Yazd city and it is one of the old garden of yazd city. Very charming yard , Polite and helpful staff. Very good restaurant with delicious foods and warm atmosphere and proper prices.
|Khan Tea House (Hamame Kan)
Deep in the heart of the old city, this restored underground hammam is one of the original historic restorations in Yazd and deserves its ongoing popularity. The interior is all tranquil pools, arched ceilings and fine tilework, and the food is delicious (as long as it’s not too busy).
|Malek-o Tojjar HOTEL / Restaurant
The evocative surrounds and classic Iranian dishes are complemented with several regional variations, including kufteh Yazdi (Yazdi meatballs).
The teahouse, with a little fountain in the courtyard, is truly delightful, while the adjoining restaurant is less charming - possibly because it's quite large and crowded.
| Dragon Restaurant
The food (of course this type of food, stakes, pizza, spaghetti, sort of food) is the best in town.
Frighteningly fashionable Caesar is where cashed-up locals head for special occasions. If you can cope with saccharine versions of ‘Yesterday’ and other ballads being crooned by the pianist, the decent attempts at classic Italian dishes should make you happy. Choose from pizzas, pastas, soup, steak and good salads, and be sure to order a delicious fresh lemonade.
|Silk Road Hotel Restaurant
While the Iranian food here is very good, the delicious (if not superhot) subcontinental curries are the most popular dishes among travellers, particularly those who have suffered through weeks of kabab eating. There’s a relaxed, social atmosphere and a wide choice of teas and fresh juices.
|Marco Polo Restaurant
Set like a crown atop the Orient Hotel, this glass-sided restaurant serves up sumptuous views of the Masjed-e Jameh and surrounding blue-tiled domes and delicious Iranian food that’s fit for the setting. Ideal for a romantic dinner.
|Pizza Gole Sorkh
After working for almost 30 years as a pizza chef in Australia, the owner returned home to open a modern, busy restaurant serving good (but very garlicky) pizzas and range of pastas. His serve of Aussie slang is pretty good, too.
|Mozafar Traditional Hotel & Restaurant
Mozafar Traditional Restaurant provide all kind of Traditional and International dishes round the clock .
Hotel coffee shop provides you with all kinds of cold and hot drinks . its drinks are carefully made to give our customers a smooth, flavorful taste sensation.
Forget atmosphere and style – the Baharestan is about tasty staples at tasty prices; the khoresht is best.
The Camel burger shop is a short walk north on Imam Khomeini Street from the street which leads to the Jameh Mosque. On the right hand side of the road, as you walk north.
The shop isn't much to look at. Laminex tables, vinyl covered chairs and tiled walls.
Set in an old bath house, this tradtional Iranian restaurant is probably the best in Yazd. It has a domed ceiling and there is a small pool and fountain inside
It has a relaxed atmosphere and our small group sat around a long table and had a good time.
|Alexander prison coffee
My very favourite place for coffee is located inside Alexander's prison, underground, in what people call the 'prison room'. it's a small place with soem tiny table and chairs, and a little stand selling tea, nescafe, ice-cream and juices... Definitely not a place for great tea or coffee, but the atmosphere is just incredible.