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Barpazza

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Located at Capital Square 3, Barpazza specialises in Fusion Cuisine, especially the fusion of their pizzas and pastas.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 23:00

Sat: 17:30 - 22:30

Closed: Sun

+65 65360572
$16 based on 8 submissions
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Hmmm. Nice place to dine in.

Hello readers.

Just wanna let you guys know that Barpaza is a reccomanded place to dine in. To have lunch and have friends birthdays celebration. I usually go there thrice a month. The pizzas are crispy and thin crust. The hot dog buns are really hot and delicious. It' is very cosy there, and the staff is friendly, but still need improvement. Lastly, if you want to find a place to chill go there. Trust me, is a very good place to chat and chill with your friends.

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• 21 Dec 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

The worse service and food ever

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I ordered a Penne Carbonara for lunch with some friends. When i got tasted it, it tasted weird and rancid like white sauce god bad. When i pointed this to the waitress she told be that's how they cooked it. When i insisted that it might have gone bad, she took it back and said she will get a fresh one soon.

After waiting for 25 min while everyone else had finished their food I walked to the counter to pay. I told the manager that we have to leave as its a working day and offered to pay his immediate reaction was exactly this "Its not my fault. We have a lot of people." He then told me that the delay is because i sent my dish back and insisted that i caused the delay.

He did eventually removed my dish from the bill and we paid the balance.

Defiantly not the place i am ever going back to.

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• 15 Nov 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Hmmm. Nice place to dine in.

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Hello readers.

Just wanna let you guys know that Barpaza is a reccomanded place to dine in. To have lunch and have friends birthdays celebration. I usually go there thrice a month. The pizzas are crispy and thin crust. The hot dog buns are really hot and delicious. It' is very cosy there, and the staff is friendly, but still need improvement. Lastly, if you want to find a place to chill go there. Trust me, is a very good place to chat and chill with your friends.
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• 10 Nov 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

quite good food terrible service

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the food is good for the price you pay however the service is one of the worst in Singapore. the slowness of stuff beyond the limits, you could wait 30 minutes just to place an order....waiters will ignore you even if they see you are calling them. so overall recommendation is avoid the place, nearby restaurants such as Riccotti feature a way better service with comparable food quality and prices.
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