Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 23:30
Sat: 11:30 - 15:00
Sat: 17:00 - 23:00
Sun & PH: 11:30 - 23:00
As a pioneer of bringing Italian cuisine to Singapore, Pasta Fresca has its own factory at the Pandan Loop head office where pastas, sauces and ingredients are made fresh daily. Besides producing for its own use, it also caters to major F & B outlets and other related businesses.
Pasta Fresca Da Salvatore prides itself in using sauces and ingredients from South Italian recipes. They boast of recreating authentic, crispy Italian thin-crust pizzas in Singapore. We visited the restaurant early morning (about 10.30 am) before the restaurant opened...
We had to wait about an hour before the chef arrived. Thankfully, the parking fee is free if you called any one of the restaurants before entering the gantry. It was quite strange that the waiter asked us to wait outdoors in the hot sun, and did not invite us into the restaurant even though they were not setting tables or doing anything in particular. We had to ask them if we could sit inside and wait for the chef after the restaurant opened.
Crespelle Al Funghi (W) — S$20.40
Before you read any further, you should know that there are 16 pastas to choose from in the restaurant. Our crespelle al fungi is an italian-style crepe filled with a delightful, creamy sauce of sautéed porcini and white mushrooms, onions, parmesan cheese. The dish is baked in the oven and you get to choose between tomato or cream sauce.
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My children and I frequent the Pasta Fresca and we usually visit the outlet in Bukit Timah. Last Sunday, as we passed by the East, we decided to give the Siglap outlet a try and I must say, we have no regrets. Pasta Fresca was able to keep its quality standards in both outlets, BUkit Timah and Siglap. My children ordered the Spaghetti Bolognese, the serving was generous and it was flavourful, they enjoyed it. You could tell that the spaghetti was freshly made and this is what I love about pasta fresca, being freshly made. As for me, I ordered the salami pizza. The salami serving was generous and it was cheesy which I enjoyed. Overall, my children and I enjoyed Siglap as much as we do in Bukit Timah, keeping the same standards in two different outlets adds a plus point for me. The customer service was excellent too. I would recommend pasta fresca to anyone who is looking for quality italian food that is the real deal.
the variety of grilled seafood platter was unbelievable. fish was overcooked and tough. the prawns were falling apart as you shelled them. clearly stale and overcooked.
the pasta granchio was decent, tough. only reason I rated food as 2/5 and not 1/5
service is worse than nonexistent. first, they refused to accept our Entertainer app on a Sunday even though the app clearly states that it's usable on a Sunday. then, although we asked for water, the waiter with a permanent scowl forgot about it. when we reminded him, he simply dumped the carafe in front of us.
lunchtime in siglap and only two other people in this place. now we know why.
this place have a different definition for " al dente"
the aglio oilo pasta was like rubber bands and the old airport road pasta stall tasted better.
plus its 15sgd..
the carbonara was so thick in cream - it'll probably stick when the plate gets flip over..
I eated from pasta fresca before with my dad decades ago..and yes there's memories..
and this certainly will be my last memory of it..
paid 67 for 3.
pizza was decent though..saving grace.. but dont get why call pasta fresca when the pasta was so bad