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Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

$51 based on 33 reviews
Al Qasr is one of the most prestigious Lebanese fine dining restaurants located in the heart of Holland Village. The history of Lebanese & Middle Eastern Cuisine in Singapore dates back to the year 2000 when it was first introduced to Singapore. See what foodies like this place for
nina suri • 01 Jul 20081 reviews 0 followers

This is a great place, authentic lebanese foon. The staff is amazingly freindly and brilliant customer service. The Chef who is also the owner of the place is a lovely person- personlised attention and overwhelming hospitality.

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner17 votes
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining11 votes
  • Quiet11 votes
  • Lunch8 votes
  • After Work5 votes
  • Children/Family5 votes
  • Chillout5 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering5 votes
  • Romance/First Dates5 votes
  • Business Dining4 votes
  • Fine Dining4 votes
  • People Watching4 votes
  • Wine Lists4 votes
  • Healthy Eating3 votes
  • Supper3 votes

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  • Hummus4 votes
  • Mixed kebabMixed kebab
  • BaklavaBaklava
  • Mixed platter with hummus, falafel, salad.Mixed platter with hummus, falafel, salad.
  • Seafood TajeenSeafood Tajeen
  • Lebanese Kofta KebabLebanese Kofta Kebab
  • House Pour White Wine (by the Glass)House Pour White Wine (by the Glass)
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What others are saying...

Nick Allcock • 04 Feb 201418 reviews 1 followers

I have gotten take away twice no from Qasr, and both dishes have been scrumptious

Anyone who enjoys this type of cuisine should get involved quick

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FrancisH • 28 Nov 20139 reviews 0 followers

Being of Lebanese blood I have searched high and low for 23yrs for Lebanese food that tastes just as good as my mother made. I found it at Al Qasr, no other Lebanese Restaurant is as good as this one in terms of authenticity, so far I have tried them all.

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FrancisH • 28 Nov 20139 reviews 0 followers

Being of Lebanese blood, I struggled to find an authentic restaurant that reminded me of my mothers cooking. After living in Singapore for 23yrs I went to every Lebanese restaurant that opened only to be disappointed, that is until Al Qasr.

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