MASTO KHIAR (Mas-to-key-yar)
Tzatziki style dip made with homemade yogurt, cucumbers and mint
MASTO MOSIR (Mas-to-moe-seer)
An old favorite. Yogurt and wild shallot dip
Persian style spinach dip. A blend of yogurt, spinach & fried onions
KASHKO BADENJAN (Cash-ko-bah-den-john)
Fried eggplant and onion dip, topped with mint oil and kashk drizzle
Roasted eggplant, tomato and garlic dip
Chick pea, tahini and garlic dip
Can’t decide? Take your pick of three of the above
SALADEH SHIRAZI (Sah-lah-deh-shi-ra-zee)
Tomatoes, cucumbers and onions with a mint lemon vinaigrette
GREEK SALAD (Grr-eek-sal-lad)
Atlas style with plenty of feta cheese, olives, green peppers, tomatoes,
onions and cucumbers with our house greek dressing
HOUSE SALAD (Hows-sal-lad)
Lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers and onions with your choice of dressing
(ranch, Italian, thousand island, cucumber and house vinaigrette)
Our famous Kabobs wrapped in a pita bread stuffed with tomatoes, onions, pickles, hot peppers,
and parsley with our own sauce. Served with Saladeh Shirazi (ask your server about substitutions) Add feta to any wrap for $1.50
grilled seasonal vegetables, hommos
DOUBLE KOOBIDEH WRAP
CHEF COMBO WRAP
chicken and ground beef
striploin and ground beef
Slow cooked to ensure maximum flavor, our meal portions are served with saffron rice
GHORMEH SABZI (Gore-meh-saab-zee)
Fresh herbs, red kidney beans and chunks of grade AAA sirloin. A Persian favorite
Yellow split beans and grade AAA sirloin chunks in a tomato broth. Mild and delicious
Fried eggplant and grade AAA sirloin chunks in a tomato broth. An instant classic
Okra, garlic, grade AAA sirloin beef chunks in a spicy tomato broth
Old world flavor, new world charm
Nutty and rich, we combine walnuts, pomegranates and chicken
to create an addictive tangy and sweet stew
Celery, tofu and sour plums in an herb broth. A vegan delight
Can’t decide? Take your pick of three of the above
A Persian staple. We take the finest marinated meats and cook them over an open flame.
All meals below are served on a bed of saffron rice, with roasted tomatoes and onions.
Finish off your meal with a complimentary glass of Persian tea
KOOBIDEH KABOB (Coo-bee-day-cah-bob)
Two flame broiled grade AAA ground beef kabobs. Our most popular dish
JOOJEH KABOB (Joo-jeh-cah-bob)
A skewer of our tender marinated chicken breast
Served either traditional (saffron lemon) or Atlas spicy
KABOB BARG (Cah-bob-bah-rg)
Flame broiled Grade AAA beef striploin kabob cooked to your liking
VEGGIE KABOB (Vej-jee-cah-bob)
Flame grilled seasonal vegetables with a Mediterranean seasoning, add feta $1.50
Named after the guy who invented it
Three skewers of Koobideh
Our best seller. One skewer of Koobideh
and one skewer of Joojeh
KABOB SOLTANI (Cah-bob-sol-ton-nee)
A meal fit for a king. One skewer of Koobideh and one skewer of Barg
MAHI KABOB (Ma-hee-cah-bob) Please allow 15-20 minutes
Saffron and lemon marinated fresh Atlantic Salmon, flame kissed and finished in the oven
Named after our good friend and owner of TuneDub Inc.
Two skewers of Joojeh. Try it spicy the way he likes it!
Named after our cousin Sidney from Edmonton (Boo Oilers).
Two skewers of Barg done to your liking
One skewer of Barg and one skewer of Joojeh
Served the way you like it
So good, we named it after ourselves. One skewer of Koobideh one skewer
of Joojeh and one skewer of Barg. Not for a small appetite
PLATTER FOR TWO
Two orders of rice, two Koobideh Kabobs, and one of each of the Barg and Joojeh.
Meant to be shared, but tackle it alone for the king sized appetite
KOOBIDEH (ground beef)
PITA BREAD BASKET
MIXED BREAD BASKET
RAW EGG YOLK
TORSHI (Persian pickles)
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After having dinner at this restaurant, I bought a pack of Baklava which tasted really awful. I told the sweet girl at the counter that the Baklava is really bad and I don't really want to buy it. She goes to check with the owner and this elderly gentleman comes out screaming at me telling me that I am out my mind and I am only doing this because I am Iranian. I would not recommend this restaurant. The food, service and ambience is mediocare at best and the attitude... well, you be the judge...
Established in 1997, Atlas is one of the longest running Persian restaurants in Calgary. Keen to introduce Calgarians to the cuisine, their menu includes a pronunciation guide as well as many combos allowing diners to mix-and-match their favourite appetizers, dips, kabobs, and stews. After dinner, take the time to scan the shelves of their small grocery for some specialty ingredients to take home.View this Smart List
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