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

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Gruyère, maple glazed bacon, honeycomb. Perfect combination of sweet and savory with the soft fluffy buttery brioche.

Truffle salsa, sourdough, gruyère, parma ham. Got to love that oozy cheesy goodness 😍

Taste is ok, but serving is small for the amount I paid ($18). I have never had such a “cold dish” before. All the ingredients were cold right out of fridge and nowhere near room temperature. There are many other good options of grain bowls out there, so Da Paolo will not be my choice to go to for grain bowls in future

To end things on a high note, the house-made Tiramisu ($12) was a foolproof winner. Well-balanced, I enjoyed the fact that the combination wasn't too sweet or bitter. A good ratio of creamy mascarpone cheese and adequately soaked ladyfingers. The espresso was also fragrant but not overly strong.

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After 11am, I would recommend diving straight for their Risotto di Mare ($29) off their lunch/dinner menu. Think comfort food with risotto cooked in a rich lobster bisque, mussels, clams and prawns. Not too firm or mushy, the plump arborio rice really managed to soak up all that complex seafood-y flavours. The ingredients themselves also tasted fresh and sweet - working perfectly with the earthy, savoury and tanginess of the broth.

Looking to brunch in style by the beach? Trapizza’s breakfast menu available from 9am to 11am only on the weekends and subsequently their all-day selection might be the answer. The perfect place to sit back and pretend you are on a mini vacay, diners can choose to seat indoors or alfresco near the sun, sand and sea.

From classic bites to hearty breakfast delights, eggs were the true heroes of our lazy Saturday meal! With my favourite being their Italian Sausage Breakfast Platter ($26), it comes with savoury home cooked baked beans, fluffy scrambled eggs, bacon, leafy greens and oven-roasted potatoes. Good for sharing; the tanginess of the saucy tomato base and the chunks of zucchini found in the beans really helped to cut through the richness of the crispy bacon strips and spiced pork sausages. The house-made bread was light, airy and well-toasted too - great with the creamy eggs.

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Conveniently located at @marinasquaresg, @pastaeformaggio is an Italian fusion restaurant that has answers to all your Italian food cravings. Serving an extensive selection of hand-stretched thin crust pizzas, pasta and risotto, there is surely something for everyone here!

👉Risotto Marinara👈
👉Grilled Curry Prawn Risotto👈

These flavour-packed risottos didn’t disappoint me at all. With just the right texture, each spoonful of it was creamy and comforting ☺️. I’d recommend getting their Grilled Curry Prawn Risotto if you’re looking for an unique Singaporean twist on an Italian classic. Topped with 6 charcoal grilled king prawns 🦐, this dish is worth every penny!
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Since school days and now, I'm glad they deliver italian food at a budget. Bacon risotto and spinach chicken gratin at $5.90 nett; slightly salty, and flavourful though we left filling we could be abit more satisfied. Wished the cheesy is more crisp but it's more molten.

I ordered aglio olio for $10 and topped up with mushroom for $2. Asked for extra garlic too. Very garlicky, with cherry tomatoes that I didn’t request for. Not very oily. Delicious.

MEET this meatilicious giant! 😍😍😍 At @jamiesitaliansg, beefs lovers can look forward to their Australian Black Angus Tomahawk ($152.95++) which weighs a whopping 1.5kg! 😱
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Grilled to perfection to render that smoky char on the exterior 🤤🤤🤤, the meats remained really tender & juicy inside - the perfect pink that I look for when having beef! 🥩
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Served with Panzanella salad (tomatoes 🍅, onions & crotons, dressed in olive oil), honey mustard dressing, chimicurri & sweet potato fries, this platter is perfect for sharing. 👍🏻
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This is part of the Christmas 🎅 menu at @JamiesItalianSG Forum outlet which runs from 1 Dec 19 to 1 Jan 2020. 🌟

A hearty brunch is what you usually need for a weekend! & you definitely can find it at Trapizza!

Their breakfast platter is something for those who are big eaters! You’ve got yourself Italian sausages, scrambled eggs, warm toasted bread, oven baked potatoes, tomatoes from the vine and ratatouille!

This hearty and bright coloured combination makes it seem like a cosy Sunday breakfast one makes at home but you can enjoy it with the sights and sound of the beach side.

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