FOOD & DRINK
I must admit that despite all the precautionary steps recommended above, Iranian food is quite healthy and halal food. Hygienic measures are closely supervised by related authorities and eating out is very popular among the people in Iran. In rare occasions, you may find some foodstuff dangerous to eat, etc. It’s just the common sense that dictates more caution for eating.
Iranian cooking has much in common with Middle Eastern cooking, where wheat is a staple, and lamb, poultry and yogurt are all popular. A distinctly sour flavor is evident in most Iranian dishes, and may be achieved through the addition of lemon, pomegranate or sour oranges. Just rest assured there are some very interesting and delicious Iranian food that you don’t want to miss when you visit Iran.