I visited this restaurant with my family and I dont think anyone enjoyed their food. We got tthe pizza Diavola and Hawaiian for the kids and the crust tasted like biscuit. We initially thought they were frozen pizzas. We decided to ditch the pizza and ordered a spahhetti vongole. Alot of oil and very little white wine but edible ( due to hungar).
Service staff were not very attentive, but they were very apologetic when they saw so much food untouched.
Honestly this place surprised me.. on average mains were about SGD 20 and it was honestly hard to fault any part of our dining experience. Also It's been a long time since i've received such great service, water was constantly filled and also plates were immediately cleared to give us new plates to enjoy our pizzas.
Mains we ordered (between 2 people - yes we had 3 mains!)
- Tomato, fresh mozzarella cheese and Italian pork salami (SGD17) pizza - Pappardelle Casalinghe Mondo Mio( SGD 22 ) - Linguini pasta with crab meat flavoured by a delicious pink sauce
For more information - please visit: http://travelling-food-love.blogspot.sg/2014/02/mondo-mio-robertson-quay.html for photos and a full review.
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