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Kamasutra is a restaurant in Dresden, Germany that serves a great selection of delicious Indian food. This restaurant offers a variety of vegetarian dishes ideal for Muslim diners. If you are looking for a different dining experience, visit Kamasutra! ...more

Dresden, Germany

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Kamasutra is a restaurant in Dresden, Germany that serves a great selection of delicious Indian food. This restaurant offers a variety of vegetarian dishes ideal for Muslim diners. If you are looking for a different dining experience, visit Kamasutra!

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Bodenbacher Str. 60, Dresden, Saxony, Germany

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0351-2596080

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