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Al Forno (East Coast)

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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

+65 63488781
$40 based on 65 submissions
Dinner (29 votes), Children/Family (18 votes), Lunch (17 votes)
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Love the food at Al Forno--personally I think the pizzas are much better than the pastas, but they are generally quite nice as well.

We tend to order the rollo every time we come here, and it's always fantastic. The sauce they serve it with seems to be getting spicier each time they prepare it, but it's still tasty.

The servings are quite large, so be prepared to share.

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• 02 Mar 2015 • 25 reviews • 3 followers

Great for sharing

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Love the food at Al Forno--personally I think the pizzas are much better than the pastas, but they are generally quite nice as well.

We tend to order the rollo every time we come here, and it's always fantastic. The sauce they serve it with seems to be getting spicier each time they prepare it, but it's still tasty.

The servings are quite large, so be prepared to share.
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• 10 Aug 2014 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

Great pizza in Singapore

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This place has the best pizzas i've had in Singapore.  A variety of other offerings on the menu are pretty delicious looking as well.  It always packed on Saturday and Sunday nights with families.  Week nights are more chilled out. Hard working staff and good service overall.  I've gone several times and will continue to do so.
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• 26 May 2014 • 389 reviews • 13 followers

My Fav Italian Haunt

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I have been a quiet fan of Al Forno's for about 20 years already (seriously, I'm that old). I remember my fondest dates here with my then-boyfriend-now-hubby and the food is STILL as good!   Focaccia Blanca - we wanted a starter and its nice. Think it as a pizza base without the sauce and ingredients. It's fragrant and goes well with soup. It's also a hit with the kids.   Calamari - the squid rings are nicely battered and fried but I would have liked them seasoned more. Though the rings are tender and crispy, its a little bland for me.   Pizza Alforno - our first time ordering pizza. I love how moist the pizza tasted with the feta cheese and spinach toppings!   Pizza Con Carne - essentially a meaty pizza with ham slices and salami slices. Hub likes it enough.   Spaghetti Cartoccio - my all-time fav baked spaghetti with seafood. They serve it in a tin foil that you cut open to reveal its goodness. The seafood is fresh and generous in amount and the spaghetti cooked till al dente even when baked.    Al Forno remains my favourite Italian restaurant of homage.   
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