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Saffrons Cafeteria

Saffrons Cafeteria

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THE BUZZ: Saffrons Cafeteria is a casual dining place that offers a pleasant experience with their menu featuring Indian/Pakistani and Muslim cuisines. They carefully prepare each dish using only the best ingredients to make sure that the colour, flavour and texture are perfect to cater to every palate.

Located alongTampines Street 21 and just a few minutes away fromTampines East MRT Station, Saffrons Cafeteria is a great place where families and friends can share and enjoy delectable dishes in a comfortable setting.

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Daily: 24 Hours -

201D Tampines Street 21

Halal, Indian, Pakistani

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