Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Shayray Punjab
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    North Indian Restaurant Shayray Punjab's Pyaz Te Mirch De Pakode
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    Shayray Punjab's luxurious interior

Fuschia hues and gorgeous marble inlay tabletops feature prominently at Shayray Punjab. The must-tries in this lovely Punjabi restaurant are definitely the tave di fish—tender pieces of red snapper with dashes of saffron and green chilli; and the aatish-e murhg—chicken legs marinated in Punjabi spices and cooked in a tandoor, all delicious eaten with naan.

Phone: 6468-9126
Shayray Punjab, 25 Lorong Mambong Singapore, 277684 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Holland Village

Opening Hours:

daily 11:30am-2:30pm, 6-10:30pm

Price Range:

$

Cuisine:

North Indian

Open Since:

December, 1990
Alfresco, Reservation recommended, Parking available, Takeaway available
7.66667
 
 
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