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“Pasta and basta!” meaning, “Pasta, and that’s it!” in Italian. Italian foodies (and carb-lovers)...

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came for the burrata pizza that everyone was raving about. not sure if it’s just us but it wasn’t as hot as we’d have liked it to be, tho the flavour is great!! and the thin crust remained crisp too!! the cacio e pepe was simple and delicate as well! the egg would’ve been better poached but is all good

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LUNCH SET: Stracci & Ai Gamberi E Capesante and Ravioli Con Carne Di Manzo Al Gorgonzola

Food: Pasta was not bad, cooked with 4 halved-scallops and they were succulent. That makes it only 2 full scallops. The ravioli was flavourful as you bite into a burst of strong cheese filling that was dominant over the beef's presence. Portions are on the slightly smaller side.

Drinks: Plus side - they now serve ice water, even though we did order beverages: Iced Chocolate & Iced Cafe Mocha (okay to give a miss).

Service: Overall good; attentive. Wait staff were generally attentive, friendly & helpful.

Rating It: 3.75/5

Enjoyed the food more than I expected, especially the carbonara! I hate it when my noodles are too soft but this was perfectly al dente :-)

Good flavour too, not overly cheesy/creamy.

Came here to try their pizza, we had the mixed meat and mixed mushrooms. Both were great! Extremely worth it with the 1 for 1 Burpple, super generous portion but too much for 2. Will be perfect for maybe 3-4pax. Their calamari was good too, though slightly salty.

Awesome tomato based cream pasta with crabmeat ($36) Portion was quite generous. Also tried their Veal Ravioli and a Pizza filled with Parma ham, mozzarella and basil. Pizza is really good.

Def a nice place for a relax dinner.

𝙈𝙪𝙨𝙝𝙧𝙤𝙤𝙢𝙨, 𝙎𝙪𝙣𝙣𝙮 𝙎𝙞𝙙𝙚 𝙋𝙖𝙣 𝙁𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙙 𝙀𝙜𝙜𝙨, 𝘼𝙦𝙪𝙖𝙥𝙤𝙣𝙞𝙘𝙨 𝙂𝙧𝙚𝙚𝙣𝙨

A hearty breakfast heals both body and mind☀️. Had this during my stay at Fairmont.

Reasonable price and nice environment and services!!

We ended dinner with Tiramisu ($13), which is soft, creamy and thankfully not too sweet. The coffee and alcohol content is not too overpowering and I actually enjoyed this more than I expected.

For mains, I had Pasta Vongole e Bottarga ($25), which features al dente linguine infused with the natural sweetness of fresh clams, umami of bottarga (cured fish roe) and aroma of garlic and olive oil. Love how flavourful and delicious this is!

For starters, we had a generous serving of Burrata cheese with Parma ham, rocket salad and tomatoes drizzled in olive oil ($25). The burrata cheese is creamy but light, and it goes very well with the savoury Parma ham and refreshing salad.

We were allocated a seat outdoor which I felt that it was very warm though it was after 8pm..

Burrata🧀🥓-$20
It came with crispy bacon which was quite surprising as we thought that it would come with rock melon, but surprisingly the Burrata w bacon was awesome! I love it!

Frutti Di Mare🦑🦐 -$28
Seafood pizza which was good but it would be better if there were to make the crust more crispy as it was soggy due to all the seafood on top.

Veal Cheek🐄- $28
Veal was soft and there was no smell, this dish is great. ;)

Overall the experience was a great one and would definitely come back. I would rate it 8/10

Situated in a relatively quiet suburb, Amano had a very relaxing atmosphere.

From entrance to table, I was treated very nicely by the staff. Kudos to their amazing hospitality. What we ordered was the:

- Carbonara
- Calamari
- Garlic bread

The creamless Carbonara was thick, rich and delicious, with portions that I don’t think anyone can complain about. I was full by the end of it and certainly satisfied by its taste.

The calamari was solid, enjoyed by both me and the missus. It was served with a delectable spicy sauce.

The garlic bread however, was surprisingly atrocious. Semi-burnt, bland, with nary a hint of garlic. It felt like just bread. There was an ominous sense of foreboding since it was the first thing we had but fortunately, the calamari and the pasta was great.

TLDR;
+ great pasta
+ great ambience
+ great staff,

- somehow the garlic bread was horrendous