12 Marina View
#01-06/07/08 Asia Square Tower 2
Singapore 018961

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I was happy to have discovered this gem of a place from a friend’s recommendation. Tucked into the CBD is this cozy pasta and wine place that is usually crowded during lunch hours for weekdays. For weekday dinners, though, it tends to be less frequented and therefore a great place to unwind and have a meal in relative quiet and peace.

The aglio olio was served in quite a large portion and was very affordable. The quality was definitely great for the price and I would definitely come here again!

The only catch is that it is closed on weekends so you’d have to make your trip on a weekday!

$12.9. A bit expensive for pasta I feel but hey it has salmon and asparagus. Tasted good & is filling haha

Thinner than I hope, but at least they managed to cook it medium-rare/medium liked I ordered. Sides were pretty decent. But I prefer their pastas, think I'll stick to those going forward.

Rating: 3 / 5

My favourite salad place near downtown hands down. I like how they are generous with the portions and I am always going back for their fish and crab cakes. Also super affordable at only 10.90 Nett

Their tobiko seared seabass pasta refreshes the palate with its cream & lemon juice sauce that is light and not too rich, going well with the crunch of the tobiko. The sea bass had slightly crisp skin and it's meat is tender too.

For $15.90 though, it's hard to be a regular but it's certainly worth a try for its fusion elements. This shop is slightly hidden as it is located behind the Westin.

The creamy mozzarella sealed the deal. For $10.80, we have 5 small items and 2 big items, of which, there were a variety of meats to choose from!!(dory fish, sausage...). I chose a couscous and veggie mix and it also went superbly well with sesame sauce. Thumbs up