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al Basha Restaurant

al Basha Restaurant - Budapest

Al Basha, the first original Syrian-Lebanese restaurant in Budapest, Syrian-Lebanese Seffi, cooks, and a unique Arabic style. Stepping into the shop and smell fantastic sight awaits its guests, who watch over the kitchen of the special dishes, such as Beirut homosz, Falafel, Alepói kebab preparation.

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1061 Budapest, Liszt Ferenc tér 9.

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[unknown], 2012-05-31 19:41

Do not enough cash to buy a house? Don't worry, just because that's possible to take the business loans to resolve such kind of problems. Thence take a sba loan to buy everything you need.

[unknown], 2012-01-07 22:47

This restaurant is closed now. Does anyone know why?

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