LINO Pizza & Pasta Bar

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A 70 seater contemporary pizza & pasta bar where simplicity meets comforting classics. Serving up classic and reinvented Italian inspired dishes that will keep you coming back for more!

1 Scotts Road
#03-23/24 Shaw Centre
Singapore 228208

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11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

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I went there on a friday night, not a long wait to get to our turn (15min). The atmosphere feels like you're dining in a small cafe in Italy which I love.

A few dishes I'd reccomend would be the burrata pizza. Its crispy and creamy with the cheese in the middle makes it really delicious. Paired with the pesto paste, it really complements it together.

The black truffle mac and cheese was really good as well. The truffle didnt overpower the mac n cheese but just enough to complement well with the creamy mac n cheese.

Lastly would be the fried calamari. Many places would mess up the calamari easily but heavily battering the squid or just buy it frozen but this restaurant did it just right. The light yet flavorful calamari got me hooked instantly that I got another plate to share.

Overall I'd reccomend this place 100% and would definitely come again. However, make sure to come a little earlier so that you have to queue so long :)) Really worth with the burpple deal as well

burrata tasted very light and milky but was a little watery for me but all burattas are.... hmm the crusts were good tho but then overall soo filling

wna try their pastas too 😋

service and ambience was good too and 50c for free flow water isn’t unreasonable 😀👍

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Being the carnivore that he is, my dining partner enjoyed the Mixed Meat Pizza more, where there’s salami, bacon and meatballs decorating the tomato based pizza. Due to the meat galore, this was more flavourful than the Burrata but I feel it gets a little heavy after a while.

Have long been seeing Lino’s pizza making the rounds on my social media. Decided to put it to the test and paid them a visit using my Burpple Beyond deal and I must say, the Burrata Pizza deserved all the hype that it was getting!

The pizza crust was how I like them to be: thin. No one has time to get full on carbs so thin crust is the best way to go, also, you get the most bang for your buck 😉 the pizza arrived with a ball of burrata placed atop a bed of marinated cherry tomatoes and tomato passata, where you got to break into it and spread that cold burrata over the warm pizza such that the cheese slowly melts and spread like the Red Sea. Despite the huge ball of burrata being spread out, you’d find it really light on the palate, and you wouldn’t feel jelak at all. The creaminess from the cheese serves as a good counterpoint to the tarty tomato base, making this a well loved pizza among customers, seeing as to how almost every table had this.

help. i don’t know which one to eat first!! i cannot decide

one of them is so sweet, empathetic and warm-blooded. i taught her well; she can speak to plants and animals. she is so full of love. she once failed a test on purpose and go to an ‘ah beng ah seng’ school to take care of her academically disinclined crush. yeah she may get eaten by animals out here. but she’d surely be the loving queen of the new society, dressed in all white and green glitter.

the other one is meaty. strong and muscular. feral. he plays football with boys 5 years older than him. he can hold his own out here in the wild. he will survive. but covered in delicious blood, he looks... delicious.

help. it’s been 3 weeks since the end of the world and the only people surviving is my daughter and son. our food supplies are running out. i am hungry. which of the two should i eat first?

if only i can eat myself. help.

2/2 you don’t have to eat your children. come down to LINO for great pizzas.


Ordered the Burrata pizza and the Mixed Meat pizza, and both were soooo good!!
The burrata pizza came with a whole burrata ball to spread over the pizza, only criticism would be that the pizza dough is slightly undercooked but apart from that, the addition of the pesto added a great herb-y taste to the very creamy pizza. The marinated cherry tomatoes also added another dimension of flavour to cut through the rich cheese.
The mixed meat pizza was very generously topped with a mix of bacon, pepperoni, and ragu sauce. There were great hints of spice from the different meats and contrasting savoury notes. Crusts of the pizzas were very crusty as well!
Service was very good and attentive, thank you for the great dinner!