Ideally, it would have been better to come for dinner than lunch since they have more variety and menu choices at night, but given some time constraints and scheduling problems - we went for lunch:
Koobideh Loghmeh (grilled ground Angus sirloin, roasted tomato, fresh herbs and scallions wrapped in lavash bread) with a non-alcoholic Sekanjebin drink
The drink was really delicious and the wrap was nice as well.
Khoresht Gheymeh (Iranian stew served with saffron basmati rice)
The stew was full of flavour and very hearty and the fragrant basmati rice was a great complement to the stew. The only downside was the small portion size - otherwise it would have been amazing!
Overall: Yummy Iranian food at Banu, but it was definitely on the pricier side considering the portions and pricing. I thought it was a decent experience - service was fast and friendly and the decor was lovely.