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Darya Restaurant is a Persian restaurant with an opulent decor that has beautifully lit chandeliers, a lovely balcony, a cherrywood bar with a mirror and gorgeous food. Whether it is a boneless lamb kebab, chicken koobideh with jasmine rice, Persian stews, decadent desserts like pear chocolate torte or apricot mousse cake or any of the alluring dishes from the menu, it is just delectable. Their full service bar offers an extensive wine list from both international and domestic brands, customized cocktails and beer. Darya is a great place to host private and corporate events. They have live piano music every Friday and Saturday night for their diners entertainment.
This is a great restaurant with a delicious menu of Cuban dishes in a Latin setting. The restaurant feels like a little cafe in Havana. This is a great little spot where the food is good and the atmosphere is friendly. Much of the clientele consists of professionals who work in the area. The menu features Nueva Latina fare (not simply Cuban) since it is also inspired by South American cooking. The tamales, spicy seafood dishes, and marinated pork are excellent. There is a full bar plus a pretty good wine list.
This is known as a high-ticket Indian restaurant that is still a great value. The atmosphere is low-key and the focus is on the food. The clientele is diverse, with businesspeople stopping in for the popular lunch buffet and others coming in for dinner to enjoy a relaxing meal. There is live music in the evenings, featuring classic Indian melodies. The menu is north Indian, with a heavy focus on lamb and chicken, with dishes curries and vindaloo. The vegetables are also very good and packed with flavor. The tandoori dishes are spectacular and are made in the famous clay oven. Beer and wine are served with a few bottles of wine available in the low-to-medium price range.
Family owned and operated, Ristorante Rumari has been a Laguna Beach favorite since it opened its doors in 1990. Their vine covered patio with ocean views sets the scene to indulge in their extensive menu featuring traditional Italian fare highlighted by regional seafood specialties such as Cioppino and Risotto al Mare. The wine list is lengthy and includes not only Italian selections but excellent Californian and French vintages as well. Of course desert is not to be missed, and make sure to top off your meal the Italian way with a frothy cappuccino.