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Cedar Grill

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Dine by the river and enjoy a panoramic view of the river overlooking Marina Bay Sands here at Cedar Grill where you can enjoy a taste of Lebanon.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 64387322
+65 91712685
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Loved it, would head back!

Lebanese, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Turkish -> All cuisines I'm a fan of and have tried in various places round the island. This is definitely one of the better ones.

Starter was baba ganoush which was good, but not out of this world. Wasn't enough flavour to it. 

Main - had a fantastic chicken skewer option (can't remember the name) and it's one of their most recommended options for good reason. Tender, juicy, great flavour. Comes with their own rice. All really good and fresh. Mate had a Lamb option which he loved, can't remember what it's called but we were both full and thoroughly satisfied.
Great staff - the lady actually knew what the items were, could give recommendations well, was careful to suggest based on our requirements... Fab! 

We spent $60 for 2. 


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• 12 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Loved it, would head back!

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Lebanese, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Turkish -> All cuisines I'm a fan of and have tried in various places round the island. This is definitely one of the better ones.

Starter was baba ganoush which was good, but not out of this world. Wasn't enough flavour to it. 

Main - had a fantastic chicken skewer option (can't remember the name) and it's one of their most recommended options for good reason. Tender, juicy, great flavour. Comes with their own rice. All really good and fresh. Mate had a Lamb option which he loved, can't remember what it's called but we were both full and thoroughly satisfied.
Great staff - the lady actually knew what the items were, could give recommendations well, was careful to suggest based on our requirements... Fab! 

We spent $60 for 2. 


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• 06 Sep 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great Lebanon Grill

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Their dishes are grilled perfectly. Lamb meats are almost in every dish. Their platters are great and the main dish are succulent to taste. Good choice to have a good nights out dinner by the river.
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• 28 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

wonderful shishlik

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Wonderfull river view and delicious food. Chicken and lamb shishlik are amazing. Take a shishlik platter and enjoy the plenty of tastes.
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