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Al Forno (East Coast)

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Address: 400 East Coast Road, 428996
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Set up in 1995, Al Forno East Coast is the first Italian restaurant in Singapore to import fresh ingredients like whole peeled tomatoes and cheeses directly from Italy. At Al Forno East Coast, food is love. And when it comes to things Al Forno loves, they are given undivided attention.

 

Daily: 12:00 - 14:00

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

Sunday Buffet Brunch (12:00 to 15:00):

$70++ for adults with free flow of Prosecco/ Wine/ Beer.

40++ for adults with free flow soft drinks.


$30++ for kids from 6 to 12 years old with free flow soft drinks.

$15++ kids from 3 to 6 years old with free flow soft drinks.

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Al Forno - best spaghetti carbonara in Singapore!

For the full review please visit http://thehungrygeek.com/2016/01/22/al-forno-east-coast-italian-restaurant/
 
 Al Forno Italian Restaurant has by far the best spaghetti carbonara in Singapore. We arrive at this conclusion after surveying the carbonara from no less than 20 other Italian restaurants.

As with most fine-dining establishments, you can expect top notch service at Al Forno.  They accept reservations and it would be wise to make them if you intend to drop by for dinner on a weekend. The price range of the items here is in the usual fine-dining bracket and you can expect to spend between S$30-S$50 per person excluding wines.

Despite my waxing lyrical about their carbonara, Al Forno is actually more famous for their pizzas as well as their crayfish and cartoccio pastas.

This is a regular haunt for us and we will be back for sure!

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• 22 Jan 2016 • 15 reviews • 0 follower

Al Forno - best spaghetti carbonara in Singapore!

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For the full review please visit http://thehungrygeek.com/2016/01/22/al-forno-east-coast-italian-restaurant/
 
 Al Forno Italian Restaurant has by far the best spaghetti carbonara in Singapore. We arrive at this conclusion after surveying the carbonara from no less than 20 other Italian restaurants.

As with most fine-dining establishments, you can expect top notch service at Al Forno.  They accept reservations and it would be wise to make them if you intend to drop by for dinner on a weekend. The price range of the items here is in the usual fine-dining bracket and you can expect to spend between S$30-S$50 per person excluding wines.

Despite my waxing lyrical about their carbonara, Al Forno is actually more famous for their pizzas as well as their crayfish and cartoccio pastas.

This is a regular haunt for us and we will be back for sure!

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• 30 Oct 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Used to be great !

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Used to be a great Italian Restaurant in Singapore. Now if you enjoy horrible food and bad service go there. Under cook pizza by an Italian looking Chef accompanied by grumpy unbothered service staff.
 
 Oh, BTW, do check you bill before you settle the payment. Quiet of often you get an item that was consumed by the next table.
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• 11 Aug 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great Brunch but..

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Went for Brunch last weeks and it was great. The spread was generous and sumptuous, except for the oysters and prawns which they "control". They oysters and prawn basket frequently emptied and they will delay about 15-20 mins to fill out just a few oysters. You can see people checking on it frequently and it was so obvious that they tried their best not to serve them. Overall it was a still a good brunch and will come back for dinner.
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