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Note Di Sicilia (Sentosa Cove)

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Note di Sicilia is located in Sentosa Cove next to W Hotel. An amazing place with an amazing view to taste gelato, frozen shooters and signature cocktails within a sumptuous surrounding.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 81684341
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Gelato by the sea

Combine a gelateria, bar and coffee lounge into one and you will get Note di Sicilia. Here, they use ingredients directly imported from Italy and traditional Italian machines to produce the fresh low-fat Italian gelato (although we think they taste anything but low-fat). Our favourite flavours are the creamy ones – pistachio, caramel and marronglace (chestnut). Be adventurous and try the Fruit of Cactus sorbet, made with the summer fruit of Stromboli, Italy (small $8, medium $10, large $12), which tastes like a mix of persimmons and melons. For more Quayside Isle Food Guides, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/best-and-top/food-guide-quayside-isle-part-ii-*aid-40733f00/

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• 25 Oct 2013 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

Gelato by the sea

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Combine a gelateria, bar and coffee lounge into one and you will get Note di Sicilia. Here, they use ingredients directly imported from Italy and traditional Italian machines to produce the fresh low-fat Italian gelato (although we think they taste anything but low-fat). Our favourite flavours are the creamy ones – pistachio, caramel and marronglace (chestnut). Be adventurous and try the Fruit of Cactus sorbet, made with the summer fruit of Stromboli, Italy (small $8, medium $10, large $12), which tastes like a mix of persimmons and melons. For more Quayside Isle Food Guides, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/best-and-top/food-guide-quayside-isle-part-ii-*aid-40733f00/
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• 20 Apr 2013 • 191 reviews • 4 followers

wonderful setting for gelato

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the milk and pistachio gelato is to die for - i wished the portion is bigger though, as it's not cheap at all. the setting is beautiful, right next to the marina at sentosa cove.

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