The Iranian cuisine is a cultural element of the country and the diet base constitutes rice along with vegetables, spices (not very spicy), meat and condiments.
In general, Iranian people eat salad as appetizer, and then the main course, sometimes accompanied by a dessert with tea.
The most preferable meal is Kebab, served with rice and roasted tomato.
The consumption of alcohol is prohibited in Iran.
The traditional Iranian drink is Dugh (melted yogurt) along with other soft drinks such as Coca Cola, water and beer (non-alcoholic).
In Iran, you will find a great variety of both fresh and dry fruits and jams.