Isfahan traditional food is Biryani and Yogurt stew. The Biryani is made from mutton and is very tasty. Even if you are sensitive to eating fatty foods, try it at least once.
Isfahan native yogurt stew: This dish is made from yogurt, mutton, saffron, and sugar and poured a little bit of barberry or almonds or walnuts and sometimes rose. This stew is served cold. This spicy and elastic dish is used today as a dessert. Isfahan Gaz is also one of the traditional pastries of Isfahan.
The major industries in Isfahan are the large Mobarak steel and Zob-e-Ahan factories in Isfahan. The gold industry in Isfahan has been home to the largest workshops and the largest gold factories in Iran.
Isfahan's numerous handicrafts have long been one of the foundations of Isfahan's economy.
The city is home to fine arts such as wiring, embroidery, painting, and weaving. Isfahan is also known in the world for its tiling, miniature, enamel, silver and gold engraving industries.
Unique agricultural products and fruits such as apples, pears, rose apples, onions and celery in Isfahan are famous.