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Eqyptian Cuisine & sheesha
Dear Nad ,
As your comment be our utmost attention , as new management we are apologized for your experienced .
Currently Al Tazzag Restaurant run and operating by new management , and we welcome you and your friends to savor the best Mediterranean and middle east restaurant in best moment in your life. We promise you the fantastic gastronomic experience.
Again from new management team of Al Tazzag Egyptian Restaurant in Haji Lane we apologize and hope to see you Mr Nad again as our respected guest .
Al Tazzag Egyptian Restaurant
24 Haji Lane , Singapore.
After a number of visits to this restaurant, it is by far the worst place to shisha. The management has changed thus has given poor customers service and overcharge them for what they should originally pay for.
My bestfriend and I decided to try out this shisha place again. It is not the same as 2 months back. It is worst. We were told to order a jug of fruit drink (lemon tea) which cost us $25, despite the wrong order they gave us. We were served Apple Tea instead. The Philippine waitress informed we can order shisha only if we order a jug of drink. We hesitated as it was only the 2 of us. But she said we had to and pointed the price on the menu which was actually far different from the bill. Not only that, we ordered a non-mix shisha which cost $30, far more expensive than the mix ones, surprisingly. We were shocked by the bill as the drink cost $25 while the non-mix shisha cost $30? It was very suspicious and unreasonable.
Furthermore, I have been there a number of times to specifically know those prices were not those prices. When we confronted the new manager, he shrugged us off and blatantly ignored our concerns. Finally I loudly told him and the staff that i will write about this matter.
this is my favourite sheesha place out of the few i've been to so far. this place is located along haji lane.
my friends and i usually prefer to sit along the small road on the carpets. if you don't like to sit in an open area you can go up to the second level too, which has dim lights and nice pillows for you to rest on.
you should really try their kebabs, and also humus, which you dip in it with the pita bread.
we usually order a fruity flavor for the sheesha, and my favourite is cherry or apple mixed with mint. you should try it. i'm sure you'll like it too(=
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