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Shiraz Lazziz is a contemporary Persian Bistro Bar nestled in the alfresco second floor area of the The Star Vista. “Lazziz” stands for delicious in Persian and relates to the exceptional bistro fare available to patrons.

 

Lazziz offers Persian cuisine such as signature charcoal grilled kebabs and shawarmas. There is also a range of exclusive fusion dishes that have been specifically created for Shiraz Lazziz.


The cosy, chic atmosphere of Lazziz makes it destination location for patrons to hang out and relax with a drink while savouring the finest grilled meats served from the amazing show kitchen.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 23:00

Sat & Sun: 11:00 - 01:00

+65 66945927
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excellent for Singapore standard

Lamb polo was nice Hummus would be better served with pita bread that is the original flat bread rather than Turkish bread passed off as pita bread Chicken wings was average could be better Service is excellent very polite and customer focused which is rare in Singapore these days Overall still enjoyable

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  • Lamb Polo2 votes
  • BBQ Chicken Wing1 vote
  • Hummus1 vote
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• 08 Mar 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

excellent for Singapore standard

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Lamb polo was nice Hummus would be better served with pita bread that is the original flat bread rather than Turkish bread passed off as pita bread Chicken wings was average could be better Service is excellent very polite and customer focused which is rare in Singapore these days Overall still enjoyable
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• 31 Jan 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Delightful!

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I visited this restaurant with a big group of friends and ordered a variety of appetisers and main courses. Almost everything is great! Highly recommend the hummus, you can never get enough of it's freshly-baked pitas that comes with it. Even for someone like me who doesn't fancy hummus, had a few servings of bread with hummus. I've tasted most of their chicken dishes, all quite delicious. I will definitely wanna go there again with my friends and family!
P.S. The restaurant will give 10% discount off total bill if you show them student card.
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• 30 Jan 2013 • 2021 reviews • 258 followers

Wonderful Middle Eastern Fare

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I'm on the prowl to find good eateries at Star Vista, and decided to pay a visit to this open concept dining place serving Persian food on the second floor.

Persian food? What is that supposed to be? Well I was not sure myself but the friendliness of the staff made me walk in instead of another eatery nearby.

I started with the BBQ Chicken Wing ($8). Not sure how Persian that is, but it was certainly really good. The meat was tender and fell off the bone easily. Great way to start the meal.

I then had the Hummus ($10). Paired with a hot piece of pita bread, the chick pea mix was smooth.

I then treid the Shiraz Duck Leg ($22) as it was a featured dish of the day. This one did not quite stand out to me. Tasted like a middle eastern version of the duck confit.

A better main course to have would be the Lamb Polo ($18). Cooked with its rice, the lamb was fragrant and strong flavoured thanks to the various peppers, caramelised onion that were cooked in a clay pot.

Those looking for a wrap can try the Chicken Set ($20), which comes with an abundant amount of chcken wrapped with fresh greens.

Overall, I found the place to offer very good value for money fare with rich flavours and would recommend it for those looking for their middle eastern fix. Wash it all down with their signature Mojito Lazziz ($15).

Service was also very good, with staff that were willing to please and would apologise at the smallest mishaps.

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