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timeaftertime
 • 04 Oct 2014 2 reviews 0 follower
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After having a great time twice at the Holland Village outlet, my partner and I decided to give the Namly Place outlet a try, since it seems to have got better ratings on HGW so far

Unfortunately, neither the service nor the food was anywhere near the standard that we were expecting

The clams in the Linguine pasta were all stiff, with quite a number of them sandy as well. Sauce was too salty for my liking

The saffron prawn and asparagus risotto was slightly better, but too cheesy for my liking as well

The Holland Village outlet had really impeccable service. This one didn't make us feel welcomed at all. For the price we paid, we definitely expected better - for both service and food
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I spent $30 per person.

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chefquak
 • 04 Sep 2014 212 reviews 1 follower
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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/09/04/simply-italian-la-nonna-on-4sep2014/

a friend bought lunch today on 4.9.2014.
it would be difficult to get parking at hollandv even at 12pm so we decided on la nonna at namly place.
i had not been here for ages (like 4 or 5 years). they were still having tone 50% ala carte discounts for weekday lunches. 

we had some bread to start.
& the parma ham with melon (top photo) was pretty good, nice flavour of aged ham to go with sweet melon & some rockets/mesclun.
i liked the . i think they had this classic italian bisque sauce (probably a prawn bisque). it was just slightly creamy & quite tasty & the chilli gave it the kick.
my friend liked his ossobucco & risotto. i had this before many years back & remembered that it was 1 of the nice dishes here. i guess it still is. 
i had not been doing this but i guess la nonna can be a place to go to some evenings if i want to dine out nearby.
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I spent $24 per person.

Must tries: parma ham with rock melon, spicy prawn fettuccine, veal ossobucco with saffron risotto

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Samuel Pei
 • 01 Aug 2014 3 reviews 0 follower
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Excellent ambience for families and couples looking for cosy quiet place to have a good lunch or dinner.
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I spent $35 per person.

Must tries: tenderloin steak

I also recommend this place for:
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Anniversary, Brunch, Business Breakfast

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