This is probably my 4th visit or so to the restaurant and my first since last year. Its still as good as ever, but more so in the background of spiraling dining cost in Singapore. As labour market becomes tight, rentals continue to sky rocket, its good to see the price, portions and quality remain rock steady in Cacio. The restaurant remains a place I’ll go to for homely Italian fare with family and loved ones.Read MoreHide
For antipasti, the mixed salad ($14) was served with rocket, spinach, frisee, romaine tossed with extra virgin olive oil, cherry tomato, white wine vinaigrette, shaved parmesan cheese, providing a refreshing start to the meal.
Portobello ($18) comprised of 3 fresh portobello mushrooms, each sitting on top of crab meat and gorgonzola sauce, capped with a fresh prawn. Its an uncommon way to prepare Portobello, but it goes well.
For primi piatti, we had squid ink pasta ($22) and risotto seafood ($20). They were done al dente with generous portion of calamari, mussels, clams, prawns. Absolutely delightful.
The meal ended with lava cake accompanied by vanilla ice cream ($13). Tastewise, the cake, chocolate and ice cream were yummy. Execution wise, the baking technique was not as refined as the warm chocolate cake I had in Taratata Bistrot.
I spent $51 per person.
Must tries: Portobello, Lava Cake, Seafood Risotto, Squid Ink Pasta
- I also recommend this place for:
- Dinner, Hidden Find, Lunch
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