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(Closed) Gulf Beach Restaurant & Zein Cafe

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HalalIranianLebaneseMiddle Eastern
Gulf Beach Restaurant & Zein Cafe is located at Arab Street and specializes in Middle Eastern cuisine.

Daily: 12pm - 12am

+65 62922330
$28 based on 14 submissions
Dinner (5 votes), Hidden Find (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Friendly owner, relaxed ambience and good food

The owner was pretty hands on, talking to the customers. Tried Falafel and it was crispy and piping hot. The shawarmas were delicious. Good quality meat. Sujuk was pretty well done.

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  • Kebabs3 votes
  • Moussaka3 votes
  • Sujuk3 votes
  • falafel3 votes
  • hummus3 votes
  • Lamb sausages2 votes
  • Shawarma2 votes
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• 30 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Friendly owner, relaxed ambience and good food

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The owner was pretty hands on, talking to the customers. Tried Falafel and it was crispy and piping hot. The shawarmas were delicious. Good quality meat. Sujuk was pretty well done.
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• 30 Sep 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Friendly owner & good Lebanese food

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Have been there a few times.  Chicken and lamb shawarmas were pretty good. Falafel was crispy and piping hot. Friendly & attentive owner.
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• 28 Oct 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst shawarma/chawarama ever.

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I have just used on line Roomservice and that part went great.However when we opened the boxes, it looked like someone's left over food. Shawarma craving I had dissapeared after a bite as it was awful, other beach mixed mechawi was dry and my kids simply refused to eat it. There are no salad with meat, other then tiny amount of old lettuce under the meat. Portion wise, it was tiny. Really, I should have gone to the Mc donalds instead. 
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