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Harvest In Café

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June 30, 2017
Nice and affordable food. Good for people who like western food.
Superhost Branson & Friends
Superhost Branson & Friends
December 03, 2016
Famous to the working group during lunch for the set lunch. Do try their deep fried chicken chop.
Kai Ting/
Kai Ting/
September 10, 2015
for lunch or dinner, serve western or oriental cuisine

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10 Jalan Irrawaddy
Pulau Pinang, Pulau Pinang
Teléfono04-226 1718
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