#13: Rumi’s Kitchen


Buford Highway and Duluth hog the attention as the metro area’s hotbeds of global cuisines, but Sandy Springs warrants inclusion on the map. It’s home to a wealth of Persian restaurants, the crown jewel among them being this insanely popular stunner, whose swank atmosphere matches its savvy kitchen. Start with dips—herbaceous yogurt, sultry smoked eggplant—with hot, crackery bread, and segue to juicy marinated kebabs.
6112 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, 404-477-2100, rumiskitchen.com

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  • Turin Natonio

    address is actually 6112 Roswell Rd. NE

    • Jackson Reeves

      Thanks for the note! This piece was originally published back when Rumi’s was at its old address, but we’ve updated it to reflect its current address. Thanks!

      • prettysia

        Nice place. The ambiance is really nice and the food is amazing! The lamb sliders aren’t what we expected, but they are good. I had the Chilean sea bass and it was wonderful. The portion sizes are very generous, so you may need a to go box!!
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