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La Forketta Gastronomia Italiana

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Using exquisite ingredients from southern Italy, this well-established restaurant offers a menu of traditional Apulian food, including pasta made fresh everyday. There's a wide selection of pastas, pizzas and main courses, with the pizzas being especially popular.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 64752298
$59 based on 93 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (22 votes), Dinner (21 votes), Business Dining (16 votes)
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Excellent service,amazing food and friendly place

Some of the best food we have had in a long time.A lovely venue with sublime service.The service was attentive not intrusive,the menu just right and the food was great.The wine list (and prices)was good.
Reasonable price for the high food value given.
Overall excellence services and wonderful food.

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• 09 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible experience

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Service: they refused to substitute spaghetti for fettuccine for my order of carbonara. They also brought an expensive mineral water without asking if we wanted it. The food took nearly 40 min to come and also after closing the bill it took very long time before bringing back my credit card. All this despite the fact that the restaurant was nearly empty.
Food: The spaghetti was hard, really hard and the carbonara sauce so runny it wouldn't even stick to the pasta, it was like eating soup with uncooked noodles
Ambience: was reasonable ok, pretty fancy and clean.
Value: Not woth - 1 spaguetti carbonara + 1 mineral water = 45 dollars.
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• 15 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not impressed

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Slow service, lack of attention to details, food taste too unique (neither localised nor similar to those in Italy), prices abit over the top considering the standard of food.
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• 11 Aug 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Excellent service,amazing food and friendly place

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Some of the best food we have had in a long time.A lovely venue with sublime service.The service was attentive not intrusive,the menu just right and the food was great.The wine list (and prices)was good.
Reasonable price for the high food value given.
Overall excellence services and wonderful food.
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