Persian cuisine is a combination of rice and fillet mignon beef, lamb, chicken, fish, garlic, onion, vegetables, nuts, pomegranate, and herbs. To achieve a delicious taste and a balanced diet, unique Persian spices such as saffron, limes and different vegetables are mixed delicately. Persian food fits perfectly with today’s lightened eating style. From cultural point of view, Persian food has always been considered to be an art providing enjoyment to both body and mind. The techniques and know-how have been passed down generation to generation. Persian food has a lot of similarity with the other cuisines of the Middle East, but it is more sophisticated and imaginative, as colorful and complex as a Persian carpet.