Food – Italian


PocoLoco - Hidden Gem, Affordable Italian Food In Ang Mo Kio. Authentic Pastas $12 Or Less

You might have just walked past this Italian restaurant at Block 408 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10 with its unassuming exterior. Surrounded by provision and hairdressing shops, many diners may not have known of PocoLoco, if not for the positive reviews it has been getting. Take a look and meal inside, and you would realise PocoLoco is a small restaurant with wide range of quality Italian spread, all at affordable prices. (Click PLAY for video highlights of PocoLoco Ang Mo Kio.) A quick glance of its menu, and I saw that its basic pasta dishes of Aglio Olio and......

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PizzaExpress - World Famous Pizza Restaurant Finally Opens In Singapore At Scotts Square

PizzaExpress – World Famous Pizza Restaurant Finally Opens In Singapore At Scotts Square

This is for the Pizza Lovers. Yes, yes, PizzaExpress has finally opened in Singapore at Scotts Square Basement. (Still soft launch, they officially open this weekend.) With over 50 years of history and more than 500 restaurants across the United Kingdom, Europe, Hong Kong, India and the Middle East,...

July 27, 2016
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Chihuly Lounge - Free Flow Antipasti and Cocktails With “The Aperitivo Tradition”

Chihuly Lounge – Free Flow Antipasti and Cocktails With “The Aperitivo Tradition”

We often hear of “Friday drinks” but why not Wednesday and Thursday drinks to push your weekends earlier? Having just returned from Rome, I was quite excited that Chihuly Lounge at The Ritz Carlton, Millenia Singapore has introduced “The Aperitivo Tradition” as part of its mid-week evening promotion. Wanting...

April 05, 2016
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La Nonna Holland Village – Sunday Family Brunch Of Free Flow Italian Cuisine at $39++. Delizioso!

La Nonna Holland Village – Sunday Family Brunch Of Free Flow Italian Cuisine at $39++. Delizioso!

The last time I went to La Nonna at Holland Village, I remembered the restaurant for its hearty classic Italian dishes, especially its traditional Venetian-style tiramisu. The name ‘La Nonna’ means ‘grandmother’ in Italian, with an implication that food served would be homely and unpretentious. My return was for...

October 09, 2015
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