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Italian Food Hunt

Italian Food Hunt

Featuring The Wicked Garlic (Clifford Centre), Once Upon a Thyme (Clarke Quay Central), Pasta Fresca Da Salvatore (Siglap), FRAPASBAR (Century Square)
Ashley Ng
Ashley Ng
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Mushroom Aglio Olio with 3 battered fish for $9.90 at Clark Quay! The fish was nice & crispy & noodles was spicy. Drop by when you want a nice value for money meal!

No crowd during dinner time. Garlic bread was crispy on the outside & soft on the inside! Yums! Aglio Olio did not disappoint. You can choose between spicy & nonspicy. Definately spicy for me!

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Newly opened branch by Saveur. Saveur Pasta taste great as usual, duck confit skin wasnt crispy. They have a lunch set meal which is nice for variety. The new branch still has a queue during meal times so might want to wait for the hype to die down.

Nice Crab Pasta with quite a lot of crab meat & tossed with tomato base. Wine list was kept really affordable. Pizza however was a disappointment, cheese didnt really taste good.

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