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Nasrin

Nasrin

Nasrin

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60%   (5 votes)
3 / 5

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Set in a renovated 2-storey shophouse unit situated at the intersection of Arab Street & Baghdad Street, Nasrin serves up delicious and hearty Turkish cuisine. With a cozy upper lounge area, and alfresco seating on ground level, come to Nasrin for an amazing dining experience and soak up the atmosphere of this historical Arab Quarters in Singapore! Delight your taste buds with our signature succulent Kebabs, accompanied by freshly made Lavash bread and end your meal on a sweet note with home made desserts!

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Hours:
Daily: 11:00 - 23:00

Address:
58 Arab Street

Cuisine:
Halal, Middle Eastern, Turkish


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