[CLOSED] Jamie's Italian (Forum The Shopping Mall)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * A buzzing and stylish yet cozy space, Jamie’s Italian Forum at Orchard evolves throughout the day. In the morning, pop in and read the papers over a freshly ground coffee and one of our Italian artisan pastries. Drop by for a quick lunch or an early evening meal before a movie – one of our fantastic thin-crust pizzas, or a bowl of fresh pasta and a colourful side salad. The bar is perfect to unwind after a hard day at work with our Aperitivo Hour, or for a bottle of wine and some tasty nibbles with your friends after a weekend shopping spree. Whatever the occasion and time, Jamie’s Italian Forum at Orchard will always be a great place to meet, socialise, eat and drink.

583 Orchard Road
#01-04 Forum The Shopping Mall
Singapore 238884

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Tried the prawn risotto and oxtail lasagne.

Prawn risotto: slightly wetter than usual risotto but it was the most amazing flavour ever. Could taste the prawn and herb flavour in every bite. Prawns were slightly over cooked, which was a bit disappointing for Jamie’s standard. But seriously, the risotto was so amazing I loved it more than the prawns.

Oxtail lasagne: fresh tomato base, go in expecting less béchamel than a normal lasagne recipe and you won’t be disappointed. Oxtail would have been better if it was in chunks, unfortunately it was shredded and ended up smushy against the al dente lasagne sheets.

My boyfriend ate the 150g burrata, I didn’t. He described it as “creamy and yummy, recommended”.

The garlic bread comes in four, but gobbled two before realising it’s photo-worthy too.

Crusty on the outside but super fluffy on the inside, bread was totally not dry or tough. Garlic and herb flavour was amazing, and goes super well with the mozzarella inside it.

Totally recommended!!!!!!

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Unfortunately, I could not adequately appreciate this pasta dish. It was difficult to make out the flavour of the sauce albeit looking rich and thick. It tasted rather flat - a thick consistency of tomato, and it did not even taste tangy. Meant to be garlicky, I was given a little box of garlic bits at the side. But even after mixing it, it did not complement the dish nor seem to elevate its flavour. The garlic flavour (which I believe I would have appreciated) was undermined by the overwhelming basic tomato flavour. I must applaud the generosity of fresh prawns - 6! As well as the pasta in general. They weren’t skimpy with the homemade linguine, which I appreciated. However, it might be the case of takeaway food, the linguine was a tad too thick to my liking, and may have been exacerbated by unavoidable sogginess in the takeaway box. While I am glad I tried it, I would be going for other options on their menu next time.

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Takeaway food calls for even more horrible food photography skills🤣 but the taste of this bolognese makes up for it. I adored the handmade tagliatelle for its texture, albeit being on the thicker side. The overall flavour of the sauce was balanced - tangy yet savoury with generous chunks of pork and beef. The thickness and consistency of the sauce still allowed the pasta to maintain its slurpy goodness. While on the pricier side, I am still surprised that an Italian restaurant would give such a generous portion for their pastas.

Pop over to celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant in Forum Shopping Mall for a meal that will satisfy all. They are known for their crusty pizzas and wholesome pastas so why not share the scrumptious Funghi Pizza ($23.50) topped with roasted mushrooms, smoked mozzarella, charred onion and thyme, and the popular garlicky Our Famous Prawn Linguine ($26.50). Order the spot-on Creamy Panna Cotta ($11) for dessert.
Photo by Burppler Jonathan Lim