Daily: 07:30 - 21:30
Casa Verde,means 'Green House' in Italian. This pizzeria belong to the Les Amis Group of restaurants and being located amidst the lush greenery of Singapore Botanic Gardens, it's a popular spot to hit for park visitors and morning joggers. They serve Italian cuisine, and there's no service charge and GST.
Was there last weekend for dinner with some friends as we heard it's 50% off wine for opening till end of October!
They already ordered a started when we arrived, didn't asked what it was but it was nice haha. Err ok looks like a little curry puff with cheese and tomato paste inside if not wrong as it was all so quick with us sitting down, talking blah blah blah, ordering wine etc that before I knew, this delicious Italian puff was in my tummy yum yum.
Ordered 2 pizza as we were not too much of a big eater. I must say even the pizza I had in Italy wasn't this good. Heard Chef Lucio is a real expert in pizza. We had seafood and margarita, both were excellent. He's a very friendly guy too.
Had mozarella cheese with cherry tomatoes with olive oil and balsamic. Fresh ingredient and the presentation sure works well with the ladies, looks every inch appertising.
For dessert most had tiramisu and Panna Cotta, thumbs up for both except we find the tiramisu a tad dry.
We paid about $40/pax inculding a bottle of Australian & Italian white wine. We got better prices and the mozarella with tomatos were complimentry due to personal connections hehe
love love this place . its a great place to have dinner with good food and a place we can have our dear dog with us ! please remember to make reservation .
I have been here a few times and the service has always been consistently bad. So I'm not sure how it gets so many good ratings.
The place is usually packed because the surroundings are lovely. That's why the team gets away with having one of the worst service attitudes in Singapore.
It's a self service cafe with a super market style queue system but with a rigid barrier dividing the queues.
Counter staff would stand in position and wait for you to move to their till even when it's empty with no other customers to take orders from.
And when it's busy the wait will be long.
The food isn't cheap for a cafe in a park, and quality is just acceptable.
It's a real pity because the botanic gardens is lovely, it's a UNESCO World Heritage site and a pride of Singapore. The Gardens are wel