For Nasi Arab lovers , do not miss the chance to feel Nasi Arab Al-Ulfah, located in Taman Guru Melayu Senawang, adjacent to BurgerByte Senawang . Nasi Arab shop is just a year later based in Senawang, but has managed to gain many loyal customers who liked Nasi Arab.

Cuisine               : Middle East
Specialization    : To serve lunch, dinner, coffee and drinks
Services              : Download Reservation
                               Visitor Welcome
                               Good for Groups
                               Good For Kids
                               Take away
                               Sitting Out
Menu                  : -NASI MANDI AYAM
                               -NASI MANDI KAMBING
                               -NASI MANDI AYAM + KAMBING
                               -KEBAB AYAM, DAGING, KAMBING
Let us make your event a success. Whether you plan to have an informal gathering or a large corporate event, we can provide the perfect food with the perfect ambiance to ensure your event is a success.Leave it to our hands. We can fully cater an Arabic feast in accordance to your needs.
Address : No.32, Lorong Kekwa 11, Taman Guru Malayu, Senawang
Contact : Haji Sidek – +6019 620 6768 Faiz – +6012 384 1001
Email    : alulfahac@gmail.com
Closed   : Wednesday
* 7pm – 8pm closed for maghrib prayer
Source : Internet

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