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Although their address is at Arab Street, but Tarik actually located at the side of the corner shop; with the shop facing the mosque at Muscat Street.

Surprisingly to see there’s a queue when I was here on weekend. Many people came here for their coffee, tea and some snacks.

No proper seats here, only some benches. So mostly takeaway.

Teh Zaffron is one of their signature drink, which is a masala tea mixed with premium spice and saffron. It has a strong hint of spice in the tea.

I have no idea what are they called in Malay but everything looks so good and yummy! The beef Rendang and the beef lung were DAMN good, it’s definitely a must eat!

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Sitting by a café at Arab Street, having a cup of Dilmah tea, watching the world go by.
My primary school was near Arab Street, and the shophouses that I am familiar with, haven’t changed much over the years. The stretch has definitely become more colourful.
Maybe you would have some favourite memories with tea too.
If tea inspires you, submit your moments or photo entries to Dilmah Tea Inspired Me online competition where you can win a 10-day, all-expense paid trip to Sri Lanka.
All entries must center on the five themes - Tea and Memory , Tea and friendship, Tea Me and Grandma, Tea Kids and Tea and Ethics.
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At Ala Turka. Average about $30/pax. This dish featured here is the Musakka. It consists of eggplants, potatoes and tender lamb slices in a delightful gravy and topped with CHEESE!! Similar concept to lasagne. Best eaten with the homemade breads they served there. Service crew was friendly and efficient too :)


And we are very fortunate to be in a country that celebrates cultural & food diversity.


Western Platter and Nabins Arabic Platter. I'll definetely go back here! 😍👍 #foodporn