7 Wallich Street
#B2-15 Guoco Tower
Singapore 078884

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Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Their variety and fresh pasta had me coming back thrice over a month - and at pocket friendly prices near TJPG, it's a winner. I love the beef ragu with handmade fresh pappadelle. It's topped with rich beef mince and slightly spiced from rosemary. Absolute delight and absolute steal with it's high-end restaurant quality, and tastes you can't find in most places.

Plus, prices are nett, and every $10 spending gets you a stamp ~ for an eventual $10 off 10 stamps.

(Ps this is under the same group as Daily Cut and deserving of the same love)

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Burratina $13.5
The cold burrata cheese served with 2 pieces of grilled sourdough, pesto sauce and onion chutney. The grilled sourdough is very nice, it's crispy and soft at the same time, but for the other for me is a bit meh. Perhaps because I don't really like cold food.
The burrata is served cold and the pesto and slightly salty savory onion also a bit cold. It taste fresh tho, just not up to my taste.

Alfredo $13.5
This alfredo pasta is served with shredded chicken, and let me tell you for this price the portion is wayyy too generous! There's so much chicken that I was quite surprised! And the chicken also got a savory taste that complement the cheesy pasta. I love the sauce and the chicken so much, and the price just worth it!

Made a trip down intentionally after I heard praises about its carbonara from friends. Unfortunately, there were parts I didn’t like.

The carbonara came cold and was so intensely salty I could only eat a couple bites. Way too jelak. The guanciale portion was generous though.

The squid ink frutti di mare came piping hot and generous with prawns. This one was quite good and was made better with Tabasco.

Calamari, sadly, tasted frozen and tasteless. Could have used a tartar dip to mask its lack of taste but there weren’t any. I’ll need to be fair to mention that portion size for $9 was pretty good though.

a comforting bowl of familiar flavours at just $12 (additional $3 for chicken). would really recommend adding on $3 for the chicken to make a heartier, more filling meal!

a delicious bowl of hearty, comforting pasta at $15! loved the generous portion of minced beef with that rich flavourful sauce, definitely worth a visit if you’re in that area :)

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