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785 North Bridge Road
Singapore 198753

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Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Dill & Lemon Pasta. Damn that sounds good. And it tastes darn good too. Done Al dente, the sour tang of the lemon cuts through the dough nicely ensuring it doesn't become too much too quickly. The beef ragu is the perfect complement which I topped with a runny egg and caramelised cherry tomatoes. Pastas here are made fresh and it clearly shows the heart that's gone into till it feels like I've gone back to Italy. Its comfort, robust, tangy and textured all rolled into one power packed plate. First time at this joint but it for sure won't be my last. Pasta selections rotate every 5 days so we learnt.

All meatballs should be slathered with this much cheese to be good. OK that aside, the meat was incredibly tender and each bite was juicy with bursting flavour. I don't know what's in them but man these are some magic balls. At under 10 a bowl, no reason not to try. So good lah!

I love anything and everything eggplant. Cheese, eggplant and breadcrumbs, this combination sounds like a winner and taste wise it is but unfortunately the skin left on the top layer makes it rough to chew and ruins the experience. Loved the bottom most layer though and for an under $10 I can't really complain.

Staff were very friendly and helpful; they patiently explained the restaurant concept and gave recommendations. We tried the Crazy Carbonara ($15.90) that was recommended, and no regrets!! Sauce was pleasantly light for a carbonara and the pieces of smoked duck were tasty. Apparently they revamped their menu to include more sauces (pesto, tomyum etc) and I would come back again to see what other pasta types they have and to try other pasta dishes! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

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Yum, there were 3 choices of pasta and i chose paprika fusilli. Not for those who love spicy though, the tomato sauce is quite sweet. Not bad for a student they have lynch set meal for $9.90 & $11.90. Homemade ice lemon tea is included and it taste like honey is in it

I'd be honest, I don't think it was good. It's decent but I don't understand the crowd they draw.
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What I don't understand is their insistence on offering only "special" varieties like the lemon garlic fettuccine here instead of proper plain pasta (I asked). Sometimes less is more.
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Still, credit where it's due. Pasta was cooked to al dente with a good bite (though it was not rolled thin enough and became a bit chewy). The amount of seafood given was generous. Pomodoro sauce was balanced. Not sure if that extra tick of citric zest from the pasta was needed though (the other pasta on selection would have fit even less FYI).
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Not exactly authentic, and the lack of normal pasta is a jarring decision, but Tipo is still a good alternative to the many "casual" pasta places in the same price range.

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