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Persian Garden Restaurant

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Persian cuisine is a unique blend of herbs and spices: garlic, onion, saffron, plums, prunes, diced limes, cinnamon and parsley. Like a Persian rug, it is colourful yet complex to taste-buds unaccustomed to Middle Eastern fare.
+65 62911544
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Good place to chill out till 6am with lot of shisha flavor. They sever food till 5am, great for supper meet up.

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Good place to chill out till 6am with lot of shisha flavor. They sever food till 5am, great for supper meet up.
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