The team behind the wildly popular Persian restaurant, Delbar, has now opened Bibi, a bustling fast-casual food stall inside Ponce City Market. Ponce's streak of attracting the best-of-the-best in global cuisine remains intact with Bibi, yet another impressive notch in the food hall's belt. Bibi offers starters like hummus, dill labneh and spicy tahini fries plus grab-and-go bowls with sirloin, grilled salmon, brisket and lamb kabob over basmati rice. Or snag freshly baked pastries or sandwiches like a lamb, beef brisket koobideh or falafel and Turkish flatbreads. There is limited seating/eating space in the Bibi stall itself, but part of the fun is grabbing the goodies and people-watching from a table inside the food hall or bringing your food up to the nearby Beltline. "Bibi" in Farsi means "grandmother" but also translates as an influential, kindhearted female leader. With all the current civil unrest in Iran since the killing of Mahsa Amini, the #freeiran hashtags, as well as the food, are more relevant than ever. This is yet another excellent Middle East/Mediterranean/Spice Route cuisine concept to hit the ATL with more in the pipeline.