3 Binjai Park
Singapore 589819

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Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The Truffle Rosemary Pasta was delicious , loved the rosemary infusion with the sauce

Pappardelle Gamberi ($28)
Ravioli di carne ($28)
Cacciucco alla livornese ($28)
Tartufata ($26)
⭐️ 3.5/5 ⭐️
🍴Capri offers homely, comforting Italian dishes. Of the 4 we ordered, we enjoyed the cacciucco (fish stew) and the ravioli the most. The stew had a sauce that was robust and a flavour bomb - we licked the bowl clean! However, most of the seafood within was probably not fresh and was quite tough or “stale”. The ravioli was stuffed with minced beef and accompanied by a garlic tomato cream sauce with sage that was extremely flavourful as well. In contrast, while we loved the texture of the homemade squid ink pasta, we felt that it was a little bland and ended up using sauces from the earlier two dishes to accompany the pasta 😅. The pasta came with scallops and shrimp; and the latter also had the lack of freshness issue. Our final dish was the Tartufata pizza, that had truffle spread, porcini mushrooms, smoked, parmesan, and mozarella. The flavours were good, but the pizza crust was a little dense and bread-like. Overall, with entertainer 1-1 this was worth it, but it is quite a forgettable meal. We much prefer @linorestaurant that’s next door.
📍@capri.trattoria, 3 Brinjal Park, Singapore

Insta: cafehoppingkids

Visited with entertainers 1 for 1.
This hidden find is nestled in a corner along Bukit Timah road. Freshness of seafood on point. Fiancé and I scooped up every bit of the tomato sauce even though we’re not fan of tomato based pasta.

Visited with entertainers 1 for 1. I think I found my new favourite Italian place. One bite and it sent me to gastronomic heaven. Thumbs up up up.

It’s been a week since Singapore’s been quarantined at home, and I’ve been slaving away as my line of work is fully capable of working from home. Naturally, I was looking for a bright spot besides my arsenal of alcohol. I found it in @capri_trattoria islandwide delivery service on @grabfoodsg . I’ve wanted to sample Capri’s piquant pasta pleasures for the longest time, but it was just so out of the way. Until now, that is.⠀

Their Pappardelle Gamberi e Capesante ($30) was the most eye catching thing on the menu, and so that’s what we’ve got here. Mind you, it probably looks better in the trattoria itself as I have the approximate plating skills of a donkey. The gamberi e capesante, which is pasta-sorry, Italian, for prawn & scallops, was as expected. They were on the small side, but there were enough of them. They were passably fresh and well cooked, and were delicious when smothered in that rich ragu of tomato that the pasta sits in.⠀

The really interesting element here is the homemade black pasta. It might be squid ink, but I can’t confirm that. What I can confirm is that it was awesomely al dente, and stunningly savoury. The pappardelle comes in sheets, and resembles lasagna sheets more than actual pappardelle. Not that I minded much, I eagerly slotted it all past-a my lips in short order once I used it to mop up that tangy tomato sauce.⠀

*kisses fingers* Belissimo.

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The dessert tiramisu scomposto was a special creation by the chef. Not too sweet, delicious. We love all the other dishes too.

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