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La Barca

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La Barca is located within Goodman Arts Centre on 90 Goodman Road Block C on the East Coast. Goodman Arts Centre provides ample parking space at its guest parking during weekdays, and at the main entrance parking at night and on weekends.

Tue - Sun: 12:00 - 14:30

Tue - Sun: 18:30 - 21:30

Sat & Sun: 11:00 - 14:30

Closed: Mon

+65 6884 6884
+65 63465813
+65 97108208
$70 based on 61 submissions
Dinner (12 votes), Quiet (12 votes), Romance/First Dates (10 votes)
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Good pasta

Was there to celebrate a friend's birthday. This place was rather secluded and had to walk quite a bit from the visitor's car park.

Ordered pizza, pasta and a couple of meat dishes. The bulk of our bill came from the 1kg Florentina steak (Rangers Valley). Also had two bottles of wine. A bottle of wine of the month is currently priced at $55 per bottle.

The angel hair pasta and cuttlefish risotto was enjoyable.

The handmade pasta that stood out was the pecorini tortelli with parmesan and truffle. Really very good with its rich, creamy and strong flavours.

Our group also tried the pork shank and seabass fillet. These paled a little, in comparison to the pasta.

The Florentina steak will take about half hour to cook, and it was beautifully medium rare when it was brought out, though some of its sides were abit well done. Staff offered a hotplate to cook the meat if one prefers it to be abit cooked to medium to medium well but it tasted best at medium rare. The meat was adequately seasoned.

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• 16 Nov 2014 • 245 reviews • 10 followers

Good pasta

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Was there to celebrate a friend's birthday. This place was rather secluded and had to walk quite a bit from the visitor's car park.

Ordered pizza, pasta and a couple of meat dishes. The bulk of our bill came from the 1kg Florentina steak (Rangers Valley). Also had two bottles of wine. A bottle of wine of the month is currently priced at $55 per bottle.

The angel hair pasta and cuttlefish risotto was enjoyable.

The handmade pasta that stood out was the pecorini tortelli with parmesan and truffle. Really very good with its rich, creamy and strong flavours.

Our group also tried the pork shank and seabass fillet. These paled a little, in comparison to the pasta.

The Florentina steak will take about half hour to cook, and it was beautifully medium rare when it was brought out, though some of its sides were abit well done. Staff offered a hotplate to cook the meat if one prefers it to be abit cooked to medium to medium well but it tasted best at medium rare. The meat was adequately seasoned.

For more pictures, you may wish to visit this link.
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• 10 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Saturday night dinner

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My wife and I and 2 children had dinner last Saturday. The food was excellent but portions of soup and pasta could have been larger. The grain fed steak was superb.
The children had pizza which was also excellent. The wine was good but a little pricey. 
We could not complain about the service and ambiance was also good.
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• 02 Sep 2014 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

Only if you're feeling RICH

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The restaurant is located in a nice secluded location and the food was nice but again, they scrimped on portion size which left me still hungry after my main course. It is also very expensive which is a pity because it has a nice ambience. I can't recommend this restaurant if you're looking for value. 
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