Information

Address
3 Chu Lin Road, 669890
European, Italian, Western
+65 67603534

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

Closed: Mon

$35 based on 71 submissions
Dinner (27 votes), Hidden Find (19 votes), Lunch (19 votes) ...

Cacio e Pepe translates to “Cheese & Pepper” which are two things that always go well together. Tucked away in a quiet suburban location, we endeavor to create a relaxed Italian dining experience with authentic Italian cuisine using highest quality ingredients.

The restaurant can easily sit 50 people and provide group events as required.  Free ample parking is available. The kitchen serves lunch and dinner daily and the coffee bar is always opened for coffee and deserts.

 

What others are eating here

Yummy!
Yummy!
Scaloppine di Maiaie alla Romana (Pan Fried Pork with Mozzarella) - $24
Scaloppine di Maiaie alla Romana (Pan Fried Pork with Mozzarella) - $24
Tiramisu - $12
Tiramisu - $12
Tiramisu - $12
Tiramisu - $12
Appetisers
Appetisers
  • Portobello 5 votes
  • Lava Cake 4 votes
  • Squid Ink Pasta 4 votes
  • Calamari 3 votes
  • Pietro Pizza 3 votes
  • Rack of lamb 3 votes
  • Margherita Pizza 2 votes
  • Panna Cotta 2 votes
  • Seafood Risotto 2 votes
  • Seafood Soup 2 votes
  • Seafood pasta and lave chocolate cake 2 votes
  • Tagliatelle Tartufo 2 votes
  • Tagliatelle Tartufo Spaghetti Vongole 2 votes
  • the portobello 2 votes
  • Calamari & Chocolate Lava Cake!!! 1 vote
  • Calamari starter 1 vote
  • Carnivore Pizza 1 vote
  • Chocolate Lava Cake 1 vote
  • Macaroni Pasta 1 vote
  • Meat Lover 1 vote
  • Mozzarella Burato 1 vote
  • Mushroom Risotto 1 vote
  • Pappardelle Ghiottone 1 vote
  • Peccati Di Gola 1 vote
  • Pierto Pizza 1 vote
  • Portobello mushrooms with crab meat and prawns (appetizer) 1 vote
  • Quattro Stagioni PIzza 1 vote
  • Scallop in Truffle cream sauce with home made pasta 1 vote
  • Seafood cabonara pasta 1 vote
  • Seafood tomato pasta 1 vote
  • Spaghetti Nero di Seppia 1 vote
  • Spaghetti Vongole 1 vote
  • Tiramisu 1 vote
  • Vongole 1 vote
  • chocolate lava cake (with macademia) 1 vote
  • prosciutto parma ham pizza 1 vote
  • set meal 1 vote

Latest Review for Cacio e Pepe Restaurant

Overall RatingBased on 49 reviews
Food/Drink4.1
Value3.7
Ambience3.6
Service3.9
Most helpful review:

No more hustle and bustle at over-rated places elsewhere!

Food/Drink 5 | Value 4 | Ambience 5 | Service 5
Total Reviews: 2

Somehow stumbled upon some reviews of the place and was intrigued by the reviews I saw. They weren't your usual reviews but users used the words "Hidden gem", "rare find" etc... That was something unusually delightful so I had to check it out!

When we reached the place, the whole setting seemed totally homey and dull in the good kind of way. The restaurant menu, décor, ambience seemed to slow time down and transform our dinner into an experience. Good eating places these days require a fair bit of booking, shoving, q-ing and it simply turns the dinner mood into a quick, rushed affair. So you could see why I was absolutely pleased! We were tucked into our table and given quaint but simple menus to order from. The server announced some specials for the day which was good as it shows they do customize their dishes so it won't be the same old stuff everyday!

Read more at my blog!

http://baktao.blogspot.sg/2014/05/yummy-italian-cuisine-in-west-at-cacio.html

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Forget about those overated Italian places and come here!

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 127

Cacio e Pepe is a hidden gem tucked away in Hillview District serving authentic Italian cuisine using quality ingredients. Many times when we were having breakfast just at the stretch of shophouses, we spoke about making plans here and finally we are here.

From words of mouth, we knew that pasta here was something that we should not give a miss and even before entering the restaurant, the number of articles plastered on their glass door had revealed several media reports. You will be surprise that in this quiet area, the 50 pax restaurant during night time is lively. Due to our impromptu decision (as always), we did not make any reservation and was "punished" to take the non reserved seat at the Alfresco area way back into the restaurant.

Though it was equip with powerful fan blowing towards us, the weather was still very hot and humid.

While waiting for our order, toasts was efficiently served with vinegar and oil on the wooden board.

Soup of the day was cream of broccoli with a piece of fried cheese tucked by the side of it. There was moderate taste of greens here luckily and was quite appetizing indeed.

Quite a number of pasta item on the menu was recommended by staff on duty and the method of preparation of Linguine al Cartoccio as explained by her had impressed us. Pasta was cooked to al dente perfection with seafood like crayfish, mussel, clams, calamari, prawns and home made marinara sauce and was then placed in a baking bag and baked.

The 2nd part of the preparation (baking) actually brings out the rich flavours of the sea. I came to realise this when the baking paper was opened right in front of my eyes. 

The hitting sound of meat from the kitchen had indeed make the pork loin tender breaking the fibres in the meat.

Besides being a thin slice and tender, it uniqueness comes with the combination of Mozzarella cheese, parma ham and sage accompanied with potatoes and mix salad.

We didnt get the chance to try out their pizza as they mentioned that the kitchen could not cope with the efficiency during crowded timing. Thus we ended up ordering desserts before we bid good bye.

Couple with Cocoa Powder and yummy pillow soft mascapone cheese. Every mouthful of the dessert is to die for!

You get a tinge of zesty citrus flavour in between the taste of cheese and cappuccino here.

With 3 distinctive texture, you get to enjoy the middle portion of the dessert without soaking up with Cappacino and got a good taste of the spongy madness. Totally Yummy!

Service was professional and friendly. Our ice water was promptly topped up even though we were the only customers in the Alfresco area. Too bad that we did not get to try the pizza this time, I guess I will be back for them!

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Total Reviews: 52

Tucked away in a quiet suburban location, we endeavor to create a relaxed Italian dining experience with authentic Italian cuisine using highest quality ingredients. The restaurant can easily sit 50 people and provide group events as required.  Free ample parking is available.  The kitchen serves lunch and dinner daily and the coffee bar is always opened for coffee and deserts. my friend ordered this fish dish we doesnt look appealing to me. but to our surprise, it doesnt taste fishy. and it is served as a whole fish in a pastry! it is very yummy!

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