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55 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089158

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10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

10:00am - 12:00am

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Also ordered the Uova which is a shakshouka. Lovely dish to start with as you dip the whole bread in. The mild spiciness makes it a good appetiser.

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From the group behind Bang Bang and Employee's Only comes Bar Milano, a new establishment along Keong Saik Road serving up rustic Italian fare at fair prices (~$20). Burppler Xing Wei Chua counts this as "a spot that would work well for dates to impress," with dishes such as the Shakshouka-style Baked Eggs ($14), Burrata & Honey Roasted Peaches ($28), and Pugliese ($18), a pizza with roasted broccolini, anchovy, and confit garlic cream.

Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua

Shakshouka-style Baked Eggs, Spicy Arrabiata, Roasted Pepper and Onions, Pesto, Garlic Toast

From Bar Milano; a new Italian establishment that had recently opened its doors at Keong Saik Road. This item comes off their Day Menu, and can be found in the “Breakfast” section of the menu. Really enjoyed how rustic this dish felt — nothing is more comforting than having baked eggs in Shashouka-style, but the Uova in Purgatorio stands out from the other Shashouka-style dishes we have had for a simple reason; the way that the toasts go hand-in-hand with the baked eggs. Giving the Shakshouka-style Baked Eggs a good mix, the baked eggs come with a good contrast of flavors — the bright tang of the tomato used in the Arrabiata against the slight herb-ish zing from the Pesto, the baked eggs provide a richness to the various elements when mixed together. We particularly enjoyed how the tomatoes in the dish came with a soft bite without feeling particularly squishy, providing the baked eggs with a myriad of textures alongside the roasted bell peppers. Dipping the sourdough toast into the baked eggs, we absolutely loved how the exterior of the toast remains crusty even despite being soaked in all of that tangy and zippy goodness, whilst also providing a good chew — a plus point considering how we have had some Shashouka-style baked egg dishes that came with toasts that turn limp after absorbing the sauces. A very well-thought and put-together dish that was simple yet wholesome, but showcasing knowledge and understanding of the various elements that come together which leaves an impression.

Despite being a spot that seemingly serves up rustic Italian fare that comes with a certain level of quality, the prices here are pretty fair without breaking the wallet — think sandwiches and breakfast items with prices around or even below $20, and desserts averaging around $10. A spot that would work well for dates to impress!