Abul Maali Traditional Restaurant:
Abul Maali traditional bath house has been converted for this purpose. The bath enjoying the antiquity of the Qajar era was used up to 40 years ago. It includes intact vestibule entrance stairways, various basins for hot and cold water, heated pool, bed room, dais and the hot house indicating Qajar architecture. The inauguration of this bath as a traditional restaurant was in 1997 withexperience staff, servedelicious local and international recipes.
This restaurant may room 150 guests, enjoying modern and traditional facilities, welcomes family parties and seminars.
This restaurant is situated in the heart of the ancient neighborhood of the city, opposite Alexander prison and adjacent to twelve imam mausoleum and next to Chehl Mehrab Mosque (Forty Adytum). Guests may get access to excellent monuments by taking a few minutes walking.