About Shiraz Grille
Tucked away on the northwest corner of Breton and 28th Street, you’ll find Michigan’s one and only Persian restaurant. Shiraz Grille is a culinary jewel that greets guests with authentic Persian décor, a warm and classy ambiance, cozy bar, and the finest in dining from the Persian Empire with indescribably delicious flavors. Selections include gourmet fire-grilled kabobs, delectable Persian rice dishes, delicate stews called Khoreshes, vegetarian and vegan entrees, and so much more. Each entrée is created from scratch, using only the freshest of ingredients. Most of the menu is gluten free! We offer a full bar with premium wines, cocktails & martinis. Come in and experience genuine hospitality at Shiraz Grille where you won't just eat ~ but you will "dine!"
Persian, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean
Hours of Operation:
Tue-Thurs: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri-Sat: 11:30am - 10:00pm
Sun: 12:00pm - 8:00pm
28th Street & Breton Rd.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Violinist every Wednesday evening
Live Belly-Dancer on the first Thursday of each month
Catering available for groups/events. Within a 50-mile radius. Call for information.
Private lot with handicap access.
Private Party Facilities:
Small private room for group of up to 12 guests just off the dining room. Also a private banquet room for parties of up to 100 guests with separate sound system, drop down projector/screen, microphone, WiFi. Special banquet menus available. Will customize to your needs for lunch/dinner. Great for special events, birthdays, wedding receptions/rehearsal dinners, or business gatherings.
Private Party Contact:
Ali Ghebleh: 6169497447x
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar Dining, Beer, Delivery, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
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Shiraz Grille Ratings and Reviews
The food at the Shiraz was a sensation t ...
The food at the Shiraz was a sensation to the palate. We were a group of four which included one red meat eater and one vegetarian and two avid foodies. We were each delighted with our selections: Narange Saffron chicken with Shirin Polo, Chicken Fessenjan with Zereshk Polo, Vegetarian Gheymeh with Lubia Polo and the Shishkebab Leek (rack of lamb). The spices are pleasant but not too pungent, fruits and nuts mixed with the meats and rice were outstanding. Our Server Ahmed, was pleasant and helpful but under stress. He was the only Server in the restaurant; he was apologetic and did an admirable job under the circumstances. The Server did encourage the Sunday Buffet; however, we made the choice not to do so because the serving dishes were near empty. I suspect the Server was encouraged to recommend the buffet due to staff shortage but the kitchen was not keeping up with that option. Although some of the elegance of the decor was dimmed by service issues, the experience was delightful and the ice tea was always refilled.
We drive two hours to Grand Rapids to ea ...
We drive two hours to Grand Rapids to eat at Shiraz Grille. The lamb shank, kebabs, and rice are delicious, and our preschooler loves their macaroni and cheese. Persian rice is lighter (like basmati), and this restaurant offers different flavored rices, like rice with dill and fava beans and rice with saffron, pistachios, berries, and orange peels.
Shiraz Grill is superlative!
Our dinner at Shiraz Grille scored on every level. The food was outstanding. We ordered the sampler of appetizers and had wonderful eggplant, hummus, and feta cheese with walnuts. My husband's dinner was so delicious that I am afraid I kept eating from his plate as well as mine. He had a Persian stew with pinto beans and rice with pistachios, almonds, and candied orange curls. My Cornish game hen was succulent and with interesting spices. What a treat also to find Martinis with real martini glasses not just small, itty bitty glasses and the 007 martinis we had with Bombay Sapphire gin and Grey Goose vodka were superb. Our waiter explained the whole menu to us at the beginning and was a perfect server, never hovering but always noticing our table. A.R., you are the best! We will definitely be back! What a treat!
The food was fantastic! And our server w ...
The food was fantastic! And our server was excellent, but when we asked for some of their soup to go, she had to "ask permission from the chef" before she could give us any. They are also funny about coupons and gift certificates so don't be surprised if they don't except them.
For anybody who likes to try something different I can highly recommend Shiraz. They have some Mediterranean items on the menu, but for a real taste of Persia I can truly recommend ordering one of their Khoreshes. Their staff is very friendly and polite as well.
Wonderful, Quiet, Unique
The Persian menu is authentic and a wonderful difference from the common Mexican or Italian fare. My friends and I go there often because we know we will be able to hear one another talk, the food and wine will be wonderful, and the service will be smooth as silk. This dinner restaurant is spotless, elegant and lovely.
We think you will be very happy with a meal at Shiraz Grill. Our group share the appetizer platter, 2 curries and a kabob dish all were delicious. We especially loved the eggplant appetizers and the special rices. If you ask they will upgrade your plain rice, we had the lentil and onion and wedding versions which were fantastic.
Efficient server, well prepared, fresh tasting food. Lovely decor. From appetizers to entree, flavor was very good. Only less than perfect part of this entree and Koreshes previously ordered is that the rice to "meat" ratio was in favor of the rice. Hostess was friendly and watchful. Will return.
Excellent food and atmosphere
Was looking for something special to treat my cousin from Arizona. Great Persian food. Tried the four appetizer sampler and three entrees. All were beyond delicious. Food, service and atmosphere were perfect. I am a vegen but my wife and cousin are not. We all left quite satisfied.
Persian Food - a rare Experience
I have eaten Persian food before in California, but wasn't aware that it could be found in Michigan. This place has outstanding selection of Persian dishes - everything from the usual Kabobs to excellent vegetarian dishes. Decent wine selection and reasonable selection of craft beers in bottles. Was very quiet for an uncrowded lunch and judging from the size of the room and the ample spacing between tables - plus the beautiful decor - it definitely promises to be a winner for a romantic evening. When we dined there for lunch restaurant wasn't crowded so hard to judge how service would be with a full house - but for us it was outstanding.
Flavor, quality and great service
If you have not tried Persian food then do yourself a favor and check out Shiraz Grill. The food is wonderful and of high quality. The Kashk Bodemjon which is an eggplant appetizer made me change my mind about eggplant. It is wonderful. The Orange saffron chicken has a wonderful flavor. The saffron really stands out and pairs beautifully with the orange and make sure to order the wedding rice to have with it. Make sure to save room or split Ali's Persian Icecream. I would go back just for that.
Great food and service. If you are looking for something out of the normal routine this is a great place to visit. There are also many nice vegetarian.
A Local Getaway
We always have enjoyed our visits to Shiraz. It is just up the street but once inside it feels like we have traveled to a faraway land. The food and service are excellent, not rushed and personal. They want your experience to be a pleasant one.
Delicious meals for all palates!
We brought friends who are world travelers...They LOVED everything about Shiraz! Half way through the meal they said "we are coming back"! After a few minutes more they said "We will have to bring ______ and ____ here for sure!" We all loved our meals. I highly recommend the Wedding Rice!
Shiraz is always a great choice!
My husband and I celebrated Valentine's Day at Shiraz. Although we could have enjoyed their special Valentine's Day menu, we chose our entrees off the regular menu and were not disappointed. We love the variety of meal choices and will definitely come back again.
Quiet dinner spot
The food and service here seem to have declined recently. The cornish hen was dry (and it used to be my favorite order) and the rice with lima beans seemed excessively buttery on another dish. The servers are friendly but they are slow and seem untrained. Still, the soup remains outstanding and the Bodemjan (sp?) dishes are very tasty. The Persian flavors are a nice change from other similar middle eastern items.
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