Nasrin, housed in a renovated, two-storey Bugis shophouse at the intersection of Singapore’s famous Arab Street and Baghdad Street, serves delicious and hearty Turkish cuisine. The cozy upper-floor lounge area and alfresco seating at ground level are perfect for any occasion, so come to Nasrin for an amazing dining experience and soak up the atmosphere of Singapore’s historic Arab Quarter. Delight your taste buds with Nasrin’s succulent signature kebabs alongside freshly-made and traditional lavash bread, but don’t forget to end your meal on a sweet note with the restaurant’s homemade Middle Eastern desserts.
Open until the early morning hours, Nasrin is a popular spot in Bugis for both hungry party-goers and families alike. The restaurant attracts guests who want to relax and take a break from Singapore’s hot climate. In addition to traditional Turkish favourites like kebabs, hummus and meat with rice, Nasrin serves up their own style of home-made pizza. One favourite dish is Nasrin’s kebab koobideh, a kebab made out of minced meat and spices. If looking to cool down, restaurant-goers delight in Nasrin’s variety of non-alcoholic beverages, such as apple iced tea.
After a day spent wandering Bugis’ Arab Street neighbourhood, Nasrin provides the perfect environment for relaxing and hanging out with friends or family. Offering guests the choice between outdoor seating or a table on the restaurant’s second floor, this Turkish eatery offers a cozy place to chill out, even late into the night. Make sure to make your reservation early – Nasrin have quickly gained a loyal following among locals and tourists alike.
The ambiance was delightful for a date to celebrate with my boyfriend. It was a bit warm but because we didnt want to switch on the aircon which is directly above our head fearing it would be too cold. We ordered the hot turkish apple tea, and it was too sweet for our liking but still delicious. The iced classic mojito had a more lime flavor than most mojitos ive tasted. We shared a potato stuffed with mozarella cheese and spinach and it was delicious. It had a crunchy outside and the cheese remained melty in the inside. We also ordered a plate of 5 lamb sausages with fries. Not being much of a fan of meat or lamb. It was actually very enjoyable. It did tasted like lamb but it wasnt that strong for me. Their version of a pizza had minced lamb and that one was a bit too strong of a taste for my liking. But i did enjoy the texture and taste of their bread. 1 dish portion was enough to feed 1. Thats why me and my boyfriend decided to choose three and share. We ended up packing the pizza because we couldnt finish it. Would i come back again? Definitely. To try out other foods on their menu.
Good food, good service, nice décor and ambience, friendly boss and staff, reasonable prices, even happy hour prices are very worth it. Overall great experience!
Very nice food and good ambience. The only problem is the seats a bit too squeezy for 12 of us. Overall, we had a good time at Nasrin.