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Kilo at Pact

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If heading to Kilo at Kampong Bahru is inconvenient for you, head down to its branch at PACT in Orchard Central for an eclectic spread of Italian, Japanese and Vietnamese food.

Tue - Sun: 11:00 - 22:00

Closed from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Brunch is available during weekends only.

+65 68847560
$33 based on 25 submissions
After Work (6 votes), Ala Carte (4 votes), Brunch (3 votes)
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Nice interior design

The vibe/ambience/design of the place was quite nice, something people would deem social media worthy for posting pretty artistic photos. We brought a takeout cake from another place and it was nice they let us have it there! A slight caution would be taking your plastic bag/box in your possession as when we asked for ours back they had to rummage somewhere for it. Quite scary since we wanted to takeaway.

The food was rather average, with some slightly above average and some below. The roasted pork belly tasted of a single note of sweet seasoning without a hint of roast while the salmon quinoa had a pretty decent quinoa but a small and average tasting salmon.

Overall it's a rather average experience.

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• 31 Jan 2015 • 17 reviews • 0 follower

Nice interior design

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The vibe/ambience/design of the place was quite nice, something people would deem social media worthy for posting pretty artistic photos. We brought a takeout cake from another place and it was nice they let us have it there! A slight caution would be taking your plastic bag/box in your possession as when we asked for ours back they had to rummage somewhere for it. Quite scary since we wanted to takeaway.

The food was rather average, with some slightly above average and some below. The roasted pork belly tasted of a single note of sweet seasoning without a hint of roast while the salmon quinoa had a pretty decent quinoa but a small and average tasting salmon.

Overall it's a rather average experience.
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• 08 Aug 2014 • 17 reviews • 1 follower

Angle hair ebiko pasta

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Fridays lunch special at Kilo @ Pact is the angle hair ebiko pasta ($23). We liked it for its creaminess which pairs extremely well with the delicate angel hair. Generous with roe and good-sized prawns. This dish was worth the calories.
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• 17 Dec 2013 • 148 reviews • 7 followers

Healthy Vietnamese fusion in the city

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For the full review with pictures, see here.   We went to Kilo last night for dinner. The whole place was filled with hippies! There's a side shop that sells well designed clothes/bags/shoes/accessories for the well heed SNAG.    The food was worse than I remembered, perhaps because I don’t like raw fish. Not in sashimi, poke, ceviche, which they are apparently quite good at. So we ordered a side of fried quail’s eggs and chicken skin to go with. It was delicious, especially with their sriracha mayo.   We also had a sushi roll (containing prawn tempura, avocado, cream cheese, shredded carrots) - this is kind of large, even for 2 people.  Their pho was nice but not super authentic – but then Kilo’s thing is fusion food. They’ve also got banh mi, which we haven’t tried. Banh mi makes me think of noodles, when it’s actually a sandwich.   It's a good alternative if you're in Orchard Central and don't know where to go, but there is limited seating!
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