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Since its roots were born in downtown Saint Louis in 1983 as “The Little Kitchen” a small Mom and Pop establishment on the ground level of the Paul Brown Building, the cafeteria-like restaurant laid the foundation for present day Cafe Natasha’s from Delmar to South Grand. Hamishe and Behshid Bahrami churned out favorites with only a small convection oven and a stove top burner, serving made-from-scratch dishes to satisfy the cravings of Saint Louisans then and for the last 30 years.

Little Kitchen Pictures 1Paul Brown Building (2)

It is because of your love, support and appetite we have made it to this milestone. This year marks a very special occasion where we celebrate life, success and the future of our relationship with the Saint Louis foodie community.

To thank you for all your years of consistent love and support, Cafe Natasha’s  held a 30th Anniversary Feast on August 15th,  a true celebration of the amazing family, friends and food!


Link to 30th Anniversary Photos

On that evening August 15th, Mayor Francis G. Slay along with Alderman Steve Conway awarded a Proclamation to Cafe Natasha’s for 30 years of business and commitment to the Saint Louis community officially honoring it as Cafe Natasha’s day.


The Exclusive festive evening at Cafe Natasha’s showcased a newly renovated dining room, bar area and the Garden at Natasha’s for an abundance of food, drink and entertainment from live Persian music to belly dancing.


“The best thing about having our restaurant? The amazing people we’ve met and the friends we’ve made…There is no place I’d rather be than Saint Louis. The people of this town have embraced us, loved us and it is our pleasure to feed them. We couldn’t do this anywhere else.”  ~ Hamishe

All our love,

Hamishe, Behshid and Natasha~