Our name is the title of an epic 19th century novel - the first Orientalist romance - by the Irish poet Thomas Moore. In it, he tells the story of Lala Rokh, which means Tulip Cheeks, a beautiful young princess on a journey of love and discovery.
Everyday at Lala Rokh on Beacon Hill, we are truly welcoming each dining guest into our home, creating a special evening to please the stomach and the soul. Persian culture is well-known for its gracious hospitality, and for your next special occasion, whether it is a family gathering or a business meeting, allow us to create a distinctive dining experience for you and your guests of up to 125 people.
The home-style Persian cuisine of LaLa Rokh is distinctive, with recipes dating back centuries. The meats, grains, herbs, fruits, vegetables, and spices in these dishes combine to create a sum far greater than its parts.
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4 / 7 /2015•08:07 PM
Boston Globe’s food critic review Wednesday 4/8/15 http://www.bostonglobe.com/lifestyle/food-dining/2015/04/07/lala-rokh-beacon-hill-institution/1Ps8I2Sn5kjsKBZyFIjEQK/story.html
3 / 6 /2015•05:29 PM
Nowruz (Persian New Year) is Friday the 20th of March. Make