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Arabic Pakistan Malaysia Food. Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian. Opposite Dwangjitt Resort.

Kathu, Thailand

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Arabic Pakistan Malaysia Food. Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian. Opposite Dwangjitt Resort.

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Indian

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$$ out of $$$$

Opening Hours

12 pm to Unknown

Address

Thanon Prachanukhro, FD-05-06 DJ Plaza, Kathu, Phuket 83150

Website

http://www.rajputbabanavrattanrestaurant.webs.com/

Phone

+66 81 107 1034

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