نیکی و پرسش؟ / niki o porsesh?
Niki means goodness and porsesh relates to questioning. So this phrase is commonly used when someone asks you a question about something you like (usually food), and the answer is obvious.
For example, I love fesejoon, the Persian dish made with walnuts, pomegranate paste and chicken. So if my mom were to ask, I think I'm going to make some fesenjoon. Would you like some? I would answer Niki o porsesh?, meaning, Of course I do! Do you even have to ask?
Should we go for some kabob? Niki o porsesh?