Indo-Persian fine dining restaurant to open at Brindleyplace

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A fine dining restaurant serving delicacies from across the Persian Empire is set to open in Brindleyplace next week.

Qavali will serve specialities from across Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan, Persia, and India.

The name Qavali comes from the style of Sufi devotional singing which originates from the Arabic word meaning ‘to speak.

Marketing manager Deni Sharankova, said “Our menu is rich with exciting dishes, which have been inspired by a diverse region which remains relatively unexplored in terms of cuisine.

“The team have worked extremely hard to bring this vision to life in Birmingham. We promise customers that their culinary horizons will be truly explored.”

The restaurant measures almost 9,000 sq ft and will have seating for 250 guests.

General manager Riccado Orefice said: “The concept of Qavali was born from the fact that although there are Irani and Middle Eastern restaurants in the city and across the UK, none of them we believe offers a truly high-end dining and drinking guest experience.

“This concept is the first of its kind.”

Qavali opens on Broad Street November 3.