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Nabins (Sultan Gate)

IranianMiddle Eastern
Nabins at Sultan Gate serves Middle Eastern cuisine and shisha.

Mon - Fri: 10:00 - 23:00

Sat - Sun: 10:00 - 05:00

+65 62993267
$25 based on 47 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (5 votes), Dinner (5 votes), After Work (4 votes)
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Shisha

A backyard with cosy sofas for smoking shisha. The ambience of the place was fantastic. Much more better if the indoors is a smoking area. A lot of sofa bed

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25 Mar 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Shisha

A backyard with cosy sofas for smoking shisha. The ambience of the place was fantastic. Much more better if the indoors is a smoking area. A lot of sofa bed
25 Mar 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Meat, Meat And More Meat!

If you are really hungry, this is the place where you can get food at a shocking amount with a good price. I oredered a grilled meat platter which they say was good for 4 people and my family and I was so delighted to see the amount of meat they given in the platter. It was worth it
09 Dec 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Very cosy

Walking after work with friends and we found this place which is secluded from the busy Arab street A nice place to chill out with friends while having dinner and drinks The pricing are all mid ranged But it still worth the value compare to other places around that area
25 May 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

DON'T BOTHER: WORST SERVICE STANDARD IN SINGAPORE, MEDIOCRE FOOD

Had dinner with my friends at Nabins. Food was mediocre, mid price range, you can get better food with the same amount of money elsewhere. So, don't even bother going to Nabins. The pillows here smell bad too. Now, the main point of this review is to highlight the horrendous service standard (if there's even any) of the waiters there. All their staff are so slow and rude. My friends and i had to keep waving to get their attention. And three waiters saw us waving but continued to talk among themselves. Either they are partially blind or must be discussing something reaallllyyyy important that they can't do what they were hired to do. My friend had to walk up to them to request for service. We ordered beers and guess what? The bottles of beers came in a bucket of ice, UNOPENED :O I was so appalled, this is the first time in my life I was served beer bottles that are unopened and we weren't given any beer opener either. And again, we had to spend 10 mins trying to get this malay waitress' (short, with long pony tail) attention and she came with a really grumpy face, came across as really rude. At the end of the dinner, we wanted ice water. So, again, we had to wave frantically to capture the waiters' attention. They were just standing towards the back of the restaurant. This tall chinese dude saw us and told his indian colleague to attend to us. (I'm trying to describe the service staff as much as I can so that the management can approach these people specifically and do something about their service standard). So, this really tall and plump indian dude came to our table. We requested for ice water and he said 'no ice water. bottled water.' We requested for one bottle for each person and he SMIRKED and exclaimed 'for everyone?!! one bottle can serve three people.' We said fine just give us 2 bottles and expected the bottles to be like really big since he responded like that. As soon as he left our table, he didn't get the bottles rightaway. But, he was stopped by another waiter who asked him what happened. They were talking behind the wall but we could hear them loud and clear. He said 'they asked for one bottle for each person sia!' and they started laughing d*** loudly. Laughing at their customers in public is totally unprofessional and intolerable. After 5 mins, he returned with 2 DASANI 500ML WATER and 6 glasses although there were more than 6 of us just because he said one bottle you get three glasses. So, we ended up having to share GLASSES as well... lol. I was left speechless at the end of the dinner and swore I will never ever return to this place again. I really hope the management does something about it but it really doesn't seem like they care, considering the number of bad reviews about their horrible service has been posted so many times here and the bad service I received. In conclusion, mediocre food, worst service standard in Singapore, DON'T EVEN BOTHER COMING. Take this advice and thank me later ;)
24 Sep 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Nice Cosy Place for Chill-out

Went there on Saturday evening to have a late night snack from a friend's recommendation. The place has a nice arabic-looking decor and comfy sofabeds for us to lounge on while having food and drinks.

We ordered some snacks and a platter for sharing as well as arabic milk drinks (friend's recommendation) as well as some beer.

Heard that there was also bellydancing performance earlier in the evening, will probably swing by again for dinner in the future to catch the performance.