The buzz surrounding Nasim Alikhani’s pretty Park Slope spot is deservedly strong. The Chef/owner immigrated to NY from Iran over 35 years ago, making her way through many a kitchen before landing her own iteration. It was well worth the wait, for at Sofreh, she has managed to pin Persian cuisine firmly onto the ground. The decor displays no splashes of color, just calm inspiration all around. A bright marble bar welcomes all to her glass-clinking retreat, with high-ceilings and black wood beams.Thanks to this minimalist aspect, the colorful food is able to shine through. Dinner might reveal beef meatballs simmered with sour cherries and set beside string fries, or succulent lamb in a turmeric-and-onion consommé, tucked with fava beans and crisp onions.