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Pietro Ristorante Italiano

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Local celebrity chef Peter Neo's latest venture is a take on semi-fine Italian dining, while keeping prices affordable. Get to taste a diverse range of Italian classics ranging from Zuppa di Mare, Spaghetti alle Vongole and Prosciutto & Melone, as well as freshly baked wood-fired pizzas.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 64845528
$38 based on 46 submissions
After Work (10 votes), Dinner (9 votes), Children/Family (7 votes)
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Nice 1-for-1 Weekday Lunch Promotion

This Italian restaurant is hidden in some out of place shop house, but then it is quite well known to the neighboring office workers. With their weekday 1-for-1 lunch promotion, it is quite reasonably priced.
 
 The food is not bad too, but the portion is a bit small. For guys a spaghetti may not be enough to fill the stomach.

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• 29 May 2015 • 26 reviews • 0 follower

Nice 1-for-1 Weekday Lunch Promotion

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This Italian restaurant is hidden in some out of place shop house, but then it is quite well known to the neighboring office workers. With their weekday 1-for-1 lunch promotion, it is quite reasonably priced.
 
 The food is not bad too, but the portion is a bit small. For guys a spaghetti may not be enough to fill the stomach.
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• 08 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

Gem among the shophouses

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Frankly speaking, to open a F&B restaurant at private property area, and away from public transport.  One hardly will spot it and might not go in to eat. It's only by words of mouth, then one can get to go and search for this fantastic place.

While waiting for our pizzas, we ordered salad & soup to start with.  Never goes wrong with lobster soup.  Extra bonus for having a splendid soup to drink.  As for the salad, I thought it was the usual type.  Especially my friend ordered the most common caesar salad. To my least expectation, this salad was crunchy in mild cheesy taste.  I had this salad to be eaten after I have ate the pizzas.

For the pizzas, they are the signatures, and shouldn't be missed out.  We have ordered two different types, I have forgotten what was it.  However, I have weak resistant towards thin crust outer of pizza.  Moreover, the waiting time for pizza was long, due to hand-make pizza and bake it on the spot when there is order for it. 

Who couldn't say no to such a conventional and healthy way of eating pizza. Just that the location is abit way out for me.
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• 31 May 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

yummy pizza

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The Pizza Margherita was yummy with thin crust and it is baked till a bit brown so it taste extremely good even when I ordered the most basic pizza. The rest of the food was average.  NOt impressed with the rivioli.
The place was quite noisy with tons of customers chatting away plus a singer with a pianist. The whole place is a bit too noisy for me

http://mizztoee.blogspot.sg/2014/03/singapore-eats-pietro-ristorante.html
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