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Mont Calzone Pizza & Pasta

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With an open kitchen in Mont Calzone Pizza & Pasta, you get to see the chef in action while waiting for food to be served. Don't miss out the signature Curry Chicken Thin Crust Pizza, Black Pepper Beef Thin Crust Pizza and Parma Ham with Rucola Pasta, Sambal Marinara.

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 17:30 - 22:30

Closed: Sun

+65 65572304
$23 based on 23 submissions
Lunch (10 votes), After Work (8 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (8 votes)
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Heavenly Place @ Mont Calzone Pizza & Pasta.

It's a nice place for you to dine in with your friends and love ones. The surroundings and settings are pretty awesome, it does seems dark a little but it's has the feeling of dining romantically there. The food there is awesome, i recommend you to try out the Mushroom Soup first. As well as the Beef Lasagne for your main course, and the pizzas there. And one very unique drink I liked about, is the Milk Tea. Once you drink the first mouth, there's a feeling that you couldn't explain, it's just so heavenly wonderful. Overall rating is 10. You should try it! :D

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  • Calzone2 votes
  • Mushroom Risotto2 votes
  • Mushroom Soup2 votes
  • Tiramisu2 votes
  • Beef Lasagne1 vote
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• 13 Dec 2011 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

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My companion and I were in the area and decided to look for some risotto and pasta again. We chanced on this place and decided to give it a try.

Ambience and setting are simple, good for friends and colleagues to hang out for lunch I guess. But I'm not sure the prices make a good everyday lunch/dinner for working people in the area.

Service was fine with the occasional smile and all but I didn't quite like the way the cutlery was served. My spoon was given to me stuck into my food like someone was halfway through eating it. Kinda weird for me I guess. There wasn't anyone else at all in the restaurant since it was only 6 on a Monday evening.

Serving was just right but the quality of the food wasn't.

Risotto with Bacon and Peas

The whole thing came covered in cream and the rice was stirred to a mush. The rice was all in little bits and it's hard to even find a grain in its entirety. The only taste from the risotto was the cream itself so it was as good as eating a bowl of cream sauce. I took a few bites and gave up.

Aglio Olio (Penne)

The penne was glistening with oil - each one was covered in oil and it was quite a sight. The penne was also undercooked and really too chewy. Likewise, I couldn't continue with the dish after a few bites. The one thing good about this dish was its fresh prawns which were nicely peeled.

I seriously think I will not be returning to this place again. I don't mind topping up more money for better quality.

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• 23 Apr 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Heavenly Place @ Mont Calzone Pizza & Pasta.

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It's a nice place for you to dine in with your friends and love ones. The surroundings and settings are pretty awesome, it does seems dark a little but it's has the feeling of dining romantically there. The food there is awesome, i recommend you to try out the Mushroom Soup first. As well as the Beef Lasagne for your main course, and the pizzas there. And one very unique drink I liked about, is the Milk Tea. Once you drink the first mouth, there's a feeling that you couldn't explain, it's just so heavenly wonderful. Overall rating is 10. You should try it! :D

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• 15 Apr 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

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had the unfortunate experience!

Despite numerous attempts to get any of the staff to let us know where our food was or even to bring me the glass of water I had ordered the food still did not arrive and everyone we did manage to speak to ignored us and didn’t come back to us.When our food finally did arrive, Carbonara was so runny that even the waitress admitted that it couldn’t be eaten.I suggest that you do something about your staffing levels at your restaurant or get rid of some of your tables as this level of service is shocking and you have lost 4 customers we ensure that we recommend for our colleagues and friends to NEVER visit your restaurant again. There was a complete breakdown of service and no apology for such a lack of service.

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