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Persian Palate, located in Cebu City, Phillippines serves a great selection of authentic Mediterranean dishes. The food served here is Halal and unique, and the restaurant has a fantastic atmosphere. However, please note that alcohol is served here. If...more

Cebu City, Philippines

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Persian Palate, located in Cebu City, Phillippines serves a great selection of authentic Mediterranean dishes. The food served here is Halal and unique, and the restaurant has a fantastic atmosphere. However, please note that alcohol is served here. If you're looking for a variety of flavorful dishes to dine on, Persian Palate is a must-visit!

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Address

Mango Square Mall, Gen. Maxilom Avenue, Cebu City 6000 Juana Osmeña St Lungsod ng Cebu, Philippines

Website

http://www.persianpalaterestaurant.com/

Phone

+63 32 412 6795

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    Mattrafat

    Not Persian food, but some of the best Indian food in Cebu. I'm Persian, and I don’t know why the owners decided to go with a Persian name. The lassi drinks are excellent and include banana and avocado versions. I highly recommend ordering one of the teapots. My friend and I ordered the Persian tea, which we enjoyed. The "organic coffee" was also good. A veggie buffet is available on Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm to 10pm. It is only 195 pesos. If you're a vegetarian, you'll probably think it's a great deal. I personally preferred the aloo gobi (chickpeas) wrap I ordered as part of the regular lunch meal.