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Saanjha Chulah – The Family Restaurant

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The mission of Saanjha Chulah is to be a full service, family North Indian 

 

restaurant offering affordable, high quality North Indian (Punjabi, 

 

Kashmiri & Mughlai) cuisine inspired by authentic family recipes. Our 

 

goal is to provide our customers with a complete dining experience 

 

that exceeds their expectations on every visit. We do this by including 

 

authentic recipes in our menu and recommending add-on items that 

 

will enhance their dining experience. 

 

The restaurant is located in Changi Village, near Ramar Temple and 

 

near gateway to Pulau Ubin (Pulau Ubin Ferry Terminal).

+65 65421074
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Authentic dining experience at Changi Village

Foe some authentic North Indian and Indian-Chinese food delicacies, Saanjha Chulah is worth a visit! Read the entire review here...
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Foe some authentic North Indian and Indian-Chinese food delicacies, Saanjha Chulah is worth a visit! Read the entire review here...
http://deelightfullyveg.wordpress.com/2014/08/10/saanjha-chulah-changi-village/
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