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Palio

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Palio brings to our shores authentic Tuscan cuisine with its mouth-watering array of traditional Italian recipes, prepared with rare seasonal ingredients air-flown from Italy. Featuring an open-concept kitchen and waterfront, Palio brings guests on a culinary journey into the heart of Tuscany, artfully blending gastronomic delights with warm Italian culture.

Daily: 07:00 - 22:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

+65 65778888
$49 based on 27 submissions
Dinner (8 votes), Lunch (8 votes), Children/Family (7 votes)
wheretoburp

One of the better Italian Resaturant in Singapore

Located at RWS and this is my 4th visit to this Italian Restaurant. I often patronized the place when I'm at RWS and wanted to find somewhere for some comfortable decent dinner. So far Palio never fails me. Be sure to make a reservation during peak days unless you don't mind having your dinner at 6pm. 

Quite a decent place and I will recommend it!

For more pictures, check out at http://wheretoburp.blogspot.sg/2014/01/palio.html

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26 Jan 2014 • 43 reviews • 0 follower

One of the better Italian Resaturant in Singapore

Located at RWS and this is my 4th visit to this Italian Restaurant. I often patronized the place when I'm at RWS and wanted to find somewhere for some comfortable decent dinner. So far Palio never fails me. Be sure to make a reservation during peak days unless you don't mind having your dinner at 6pm. 

Quite a decent place and I will recommend it!

For more pictures, check out at http://wheretoburp.blogspot.sg/2014/01/palio.html

08 Dec 2013 • 136 reviews • 0 follower

Only worth it if you choose the correct dish

So Palio didn't impress me. The only dish I felt good, actually really good, was the halibut. We had a very kind lady to serve us and so service was good. It was a pity that their pizza and pasta are not much better than most average restaurants outside. But I have to say that this meal is really wallet friendly with the rws invites card. Managed to slash $69 from the bill, and so it came up to $80, $40 per person. 

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01 Sep 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Bad experience at palio

ervice was bad! After being led to our table, we had to catch the attention of the service staff 2-3 times before we get our hands on the menu. And that was after the pizza chef helped us out. After deciding on what to eat, we had to wave our hands repeatedly to catch the attention of the service staff again. One waitress finally came over but want us to wait for another 2 min! After finishing our mains, I walked up to a waitress personally to ask for dessert to be served. 10 min later, nothing was served! Finally, she came over to repeat our dessert orders again! As it was a birthday celebration for my 5 year old boy, and I had mentioned this when I made reservations and a complicatedcomplimentary cake was promised, we were expecting a small piece of cake with a candle for the birthday boy. But dessert was quickly served. I had to raise my voice and insisted on a small candle before they take me seriously. my boy would have been disappointed. I'm very disappointed with what I had encountered.
14 Feb 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

4-course italian meal guarantee to please taste buds

Tried the 4- course Executive set lunch today at $30++ per person. The meal started with some nice toasted buns. First course was mushroom soup with shrimp- which was not too thick or creamy.. v tasty in fact- reminded me of a lobster bisque, 2nd course was wagyu beef balls in tomato base - crunchy and well marinated. My 3rd course was beef steak with shallot sauce and crispy potatoes - absolutely heavenly! Tasty bur not heavy on the marinade. The dessert was tiramisu and ice-cream which wrapped up a really nice meal without being too heavy. 
02 Jul 2012 • 68 reviews • 4 followers

Spotlight: Acrobatic Pizza Chef Pasqualino Barbasso @ Palio

Just when I thought pizzas couldn’t get any fancier than deluxe ingredients and top-grade pizza ovens, acrobatic pizza chef Pasqualino Barbasso sweeps into town at Palio, Resorts World Sentosa, with his intricate pizza dough flipping and spinning actions.

Besides putting on a show for restaurant guests and other spectators—where he warms up to twirling three pizzas at a time before attempting a staggering 1.9m-wide pizza—the two-time acrobatic pizzaiolo world champion will also be serving up some of his signature pizzas in a special a la carte menu during his stay through 8th July.

“Bigger doesn’t mean better”, Chef Pasqualino explains after he completes his performance. He shares that a keen understanding of one’s equipment and proper handling of the dough to achieve the right texture is imperative.

He leaves us with Palio’s signature dish of Linguine all’Aragosta ($45. Sampling portion shown, actual portion suitable for sharing) as he heads off to whip up some wood-fired pizzas for us at the restaurant’s open kitchen. Executed perfectly to al dente, the pasta had a good bite and held the Arrabbiata sauce well. I usually tend towards cream-based pastas, but the sauce was like a good sambal—spicier and more addictive with bite—and brings out the natural sweetness of the fresh lobster.

The rolled-up Arrotolata ($34, 12” large) pizza is packed with molten mozzarella which simply oozes in your mouth when you bite into it. The Parma ham strips lend a light sweet-salty taste to the dish’s subtle smokiness and mild artichoke sauce, but it is the rucola salad that is the MVP, as its distinctive tang rounds off the different flavours nicely.

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