Ah, here’s the one that may be more familiar to you- fâloodeh, semi–frozen vermicelli noodles bathing in rosewater syrup and served with fresh lime juice and/or sour cherry syrup. I personally take my fâloodeh with little syrup but drowning in lime juice. While fâloodeh famously comes from Shiraz (which is why it’s known as fâloodeh Shirazi), there’s also a variety from Kerman.
The Kermani version is served in a giant bowl, making it look like a syrup soup with orzo pasta-shaped “noodles” instead of vermicelli. In my opinion, it’s far too sweet and nowhere near as good as the Shirazi variety.
Credit: My Persian Corner