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Just a short walk from Singapore River, Shabestan offer a great array of Persian dishes. The restaurant on Robertson Walk is helmed by acclaimed Iranian chef Mohammad Hosseini. The restaurant offers two private rooms for parties of 10 each, but you can also dine indoors or al fresco, which is a wonderful option, given that you can oversee the Singapore River. Try a glass of Armenian wine or Persian tea – simply delicious!
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Dear Diners, the private dining room will require a minimum spending of SGD1000 and can seat a maximum of 26 people. Please contact the restaurant if you have further questions.
Persian cuisine is one of the world's most ancient and developed styles of cooking. Have Shabestan on Robertson Quay introduce you to this very special kind of dining. Bring your significant other and be prepared to have an unforgettable night out. Because at Shabestan, you’ll not only be spoiled by the wonderful cuisine of star head chef Mohammad Hosseini, you’ll also take part in various events, chief among them belly dancing shows that highlight the art like no other event.
Situated at the heart of Singapore's lively Robertson Quay waterfront district, Shabestan boasting authentic, high quality Persian cuisine offers a unique culinary experience that is colorful, healthy and delicious. Dine indoors or al fresco with a stunning view of Singapore River, have the friendly staff recommend you an authentic Persian dish. And do make sure to try the Armenian wine. Alternatively, Shabestan have a resident barkeeper who knows how to make a great cocktail. Even in a place as culinarily spoiled as Singapore, there’s no place quite like Shabestan.