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[CLOSED] Grazie

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From the Burpple community

Originally from Serangoon Gardens market, this 3-year old Italian hawker stall has upgrade to a brand new location that is beautifully decorated.
Check out their signature dish, made with fresh Tiger prawns, squid, vongole, seafood broth, cooked in a classic Aglio Olio style.
The mushroom soup is also made from scratch using white button mushrooms and shitake mushrooms. The soup was more of a mushroom puree than a mushroom soup, lots of chunks of mushrooms could be seen in dish.
Check out my blog for the review!
Thank you @graziesgm and @nahmj for the invite.


Didn't notice the oddly diluted look that the drink carried before grabbing a bottle but I am most certainly sure that I would have skipped this if I noticed it earlier. The concoction felt very strange β€” the drink was more of coffee with corn syrup, with the corn syrup overwhelming the coffee amidst the diluted drink with the flavours slightly washed out. It could have been due to how diluted it was, but it's a really strange drink that I probably would not have finished if not for me being in desperate need of a cold drink.

(PS: They seem to carry a Melon Coffee β€” sounds pretty daring but I would probably skip that after having this anyway)


Felt that this one was a miss β€” essentially a chicken roulade considering the chicken thigh wraps the pork and spinach within while dressed with a cranberry sauce with purple cabbage and potato mash at the bottom. The chicken was a little dry, while the entire taste profile was generally rather flat except for the tanginess of the cranberry sauce which helps to cut a bit of the meatiness. Strangely, the potato mash came stone-cold, throwing the entire dish off-balance considering we were expecting the entire dish to be served warm β€” it created this odd temperature contrast that felt rather weird that made the entire dish a no-no for me.


From Grazie which was previously at Serangoon Gardens Market and Food Centre β€” they have since relocated to Blk 34 Whampoa West taking over the former space of Oh My Tian Bakehouse and Cafe; much of the furnishings and fittings are retained from the previous tenant including the whimsical and eclectic elements. While the menu in general expanded quite a bit, there seems to be a smaller range of pasta available.

Overall the dish is pretty decent though could be a little pricey at $16.90 especially considering the seafood used β€” there are only sea prawns and squid being used; the former was ok but the latter being pretty rubbery. That being said, pasta was done al-dente while the Tomato Cream sauce was rather tangy, yet having a thicker consistency than the usual tomato-base sauces for a more creamier touch. Decent, but not very memorable.


It tests the skill of a Chef to fry a plate of fragrant oil base pasta! This is not bad! Seafood and vongole pasta!


$8 only! Came with 4 prawns, ingredients were fresh. Love the texture of the linguine too.