100 thoughts on “Street Food in Iran – BEST Chicken in the WORLD!!! + INSANE BBQ Heart Kababs!!!

  1. Huge thanks to Mr.Taster https://www.instagram.com/mr.taster for bringing us for all this amazing FOOD! I hope you're enjoying these Iran videos! Please leave us a comment down below!

  2. You Totally changed my thoughts about IRAN… 🇮🇷IRAN IS SO BEAUTIFUL ❤❤

  3. In Iran they see a tourist with camera and say 'No money' for item. Here in London they see a tourist and charge you double for item. I love Iran.

  4. Iran looks so clean and infrastructure is so well developed and well maintained despite all the sanctions and economic hardships. It has not affected their way of life and humble nature. It is very very impressive. People are so civilized, well mannered, educated and friendly. We should learn all these traits from them. You don't need to be rich to be civilized, neat, clean and well maintained. Cleanliness is half faith. Love Iran from Pakistan.

  5. As an Iranian, I shall admit it that our cuisines are one of the top 5 tastiest, spiciest, most varied, and creative ones around the globe.

  6. The islamic world will enter the digital age of humanity like this: The second Golden Age of Islamic Civilization will recycle when young Iranian leaders unite young muslims under peace, prosperity, science & love in their next renaissance (golden age of islam)! One day ☝️ 🇮🇷 all the energy that has been used on wars for oil will be used to recreate a utopian futuristic society.

  7. Iranians are such a humble and kind nation ruled by a brutal regime for over 40 years,,,,,The regime that terrorizes its own people and threatening the war outside its border…….

  8. I love them Iranian people are very courteous and generous. As a citizen I wish you the best of our country and peace. We are all poor people who try to live our lives.

  9. Iran greed of money this country want ur money. His been to poorer country n he was not charged any money for food he eaten

  10. Wow I have watch a few episodes about Iran the food seems amazing but what really makes this episode is the hospitality of the people of Iran . What a great country and people plus food .

  11. Don't go to Iran. The country is being run by tyrants. Don't listen to these guys. I'm sure they mean well, but your money spent in Iran does more harm than good.

  12. These Iranian people looks so dedicated n professional at what they working on. No matter how old or how young, they are so detail n passionate. So welcome humble n friendly as well. Good people good country 👏🙌🙌

  13. Yaass gettin me and ma brother a good BBQ and sum fried chicken b4 bro. Then listein to sum DP DELTA PAROLE and METALLICA.

  14. My brother and friend, the original Canadians, I love your programs carefully and carefully selected and interesting

  15. I think you should make Mr. Taster your travel companion from now on. He's expressions are spot on and just as good as yours. So, I wish to see you both making more fantastic mouth watering episodes like these. Best regards.

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  17. Wow trevor when did you came to our city?welcome to GORGAN and like all say gorgan and its kebabs
    گرگانه و کبابش!!!

  18. Iran🇮🇷🇮🇷🇮🇷🇮🇷❤❤❤❤❤❤❤💙💙💙💙💙🇮🇷🇮🇷🇮🇷🇮🇷🇮🇷🇮🇷

  19. I can't order all that food without paying.. It will make me feel bad.. Iranian ppl have my respect.. From Bahrain..

  20. Most muslim countries treat their guest/tourist so warmly with respect and hospitality. Free of cost in most item whether be food or clothes, but in India they trick and squeeze the most out of tourist and unfamiliar faces.

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