Remodeling project temporarily shuts down Rosyln’s Ravagh Persion Grill


Ravagh Persion Grill has temporarily closed due to an ongoing renovation project at the popular Roslyn Heights restaurant.

Ownership hasn’t confirmed a timeline or a reopening date, other than noting in an Instagram post that the eatery “will be back before you know it.”

“We can’t wait to show everyone our new look!” the post declares. “We’re looking forward to seeing everyone very soon.”

Along with its Roslyn Heights restaurant at 210 Mineola Ave., Ravagh Persion Grill has three other locations, including one at 335 Main St. in Huntington and two in Manhattan. The chain was established in 1998 and is family-owned and operated.

The chain prides itself on creating authentic home-cooked food, including Persian classics like kotlet and khoresht fesenjan and such Mediterranean favorites as baba ganoush and hummus.

Top photo: Instagram/@ravaghpersiangrill

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