"I love all that exists, for you are the soul of all existence."
The most beautiful and sublime poems of love
and sufi practice ( in fluent English) is available now at the
Sufi Coffee Shop.
A collection of Sufi Love poems. By a great Sufi Master.
Sufi coffee shop
& cultural center
815 W. El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA 94040
Plenty of parking in the back.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9:00 AM
Closd 6:30 pm
Thursday closed 6:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 10:00 AM
Closed 6:00 pm
The Sufi coffee shop is closed Tuesday all day.
New addition to our great coffee
Thick body which conveys raw sugar cane juice.
Rich Caramel flavor + panella sugar
An amazingly complete cup
Burundi--Wide and deep range of flavor
(Brewed individually upon request)
Lovely Garden Patio We have Sufi books and Magazines for purchasing. Also serving home-made Panini sandwiches, our special home-made soup, assortment of pastries, specialty mochas, whole-leaf tea,
Traditional Turkish and Ethiopian coffee.
Individually dripped coffee per request
Single brewed dripped coffee We offer eight different kinds of coffee roasted and dripped at the Sufi coffee shop.
Sufi blend...calming effect, velvety Yemen mokha Harrasi .......spicy tone Brazil...extra smooth New: Rwanda, An amazingly complete cup Burundi smooth with wide range of flavor Ethiopian
100% Kona Jamaican Blue Mountain Beyond description
Cultural center & Coffee shop (Copyright) Parviz Rasti
Sufi Love poetry
Rumi and other great Master
Poets of Persia
Now available in paper back.
Publisher: Sufi coffee shop & cultural center
Coffee shop serves Sufism with every cup (San Francisco Chronicle)
At the Sufi Coffee Shop in Mountain View, half-pound batches of coffee
beans are roasted daily, and each cup of coffee is individually ground and
dripped to order. Approximately 16 kinds of coffee are available at a time, and
might include Jamaican Blue Mountain, Kona, Puerto Rican, Bali Shinzan,
Ethiopian, Zimbabwe, aged Sumatra, Costa Rican, Yemen and the shop's own blend,
Yet patrons leave with more than just a cup of joe -- those who choose
to engage can become intellectually and spiritually enriched.
"The process of transforming the green solid into a refined cup of coffee
is the same process that happens to human beings from being coarse to becoming
refined human beings," said Sufi Coffee Shop owner Parviz Rasti.
What is Sufism? Some describe it as... (To read full article, please follow this link)
"My grateful heart did not deserve to hear
scolding words from my compassionate beloved."
"Sufi Love Poems Of Hafez"
Will be released in spring 2014
Translated & rendered by Parviz Rasti
Review in Palo Alto weekly
Inside of Sufi Coffee Shop
We have Sufi books and magazines
People who are interested in Sufism and seeking more information should visit the Sufi coffee shop in person. Please call to make an appointment 650-962-9923
Click on map for directions
Moon and the moonlight by the front door of sufi coffee shop.
Cultural center & Coffee shop (Copyright)
Copy right.Photo P.Rasti
Freestyle Coffee Tip, Do's and Don'ts:
"Great coffee is the result of roasting very small amount at a time and dripping it as soon as it is ground. Roasted whole bean coffee loses its enzymes and flavor after in about one week. Coffee should be drunk as soon as itís made, as like any other food that cannot be eaten long after it is cooked. Coffee stays fresh and drinkable (good for you) only 15 minutes after it is brewed.
"Never drink already brewed coffee, even if kept in a thermos. Thermos coffee is bad for you and makes you jittery because itís old and has only caffeine. The enzymes that are the cancer-fighting agents die out in about 10-15 minutes. Always buy freshly roasted coffee from roasters who roast half a pound to a pound of coffee at a time. In bulk roasting, the quality of coffee and roast is undermined. Never buy more than a half a pound of freshly roasted coffee from any roasters."
Liar bird (courtesy of Will Dunham)
Sufi books and magazines.
Our existence and the existence of whatever around us are far more important and significant than our thoughts, ideas and conversation. Parviz Rasri.