Nan-o kabab (Persian: نان كباب) (bread with kabab) is a national dish of Iran. The meal is simple, consisting of kabab, of which there are several Iranian varieties, and a type of Iranian flat bread (specifically nan-e lavash). It is served everywhere throughout Iran today, but traditionally was associated with the southern and central parts of the country, and probably originated in the province of Fars.[citation needed]

Assorted Iranian kebabs on the grill

Traditionally, this dish is restricted to kabab koobideh (the most common variety of nan-o kabab), as well as jujeh kabab, shish kabab, shishleek, and chenjeh. Kabab barg is never used, and is strictly associated with chelow kabab.