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Pete's Place

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Pete’s Place offers authentic Italian cuisine from pizzas, pastas, soups, homemade breads and the freshest of salads and dressings. Appetisers start at $10++. Main course starts at $20++. Enjoy Sunday Brunch with a buffet menu featuring authentic Italian and Tuscan delights, with the option of free-flowing alcohol starting at $88++.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 64167113
$45 based on 45 submissions
Dinner (13 votes), Romance/First Dates (13 votes), Lunch (12 votes)
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New Menu Stays Rooted to Italian Heritage

Walk down the stairs to the basement level of Grand Hyatt Hotel and one will be greeted by the nostalgic sight of traditional Italian trattoria that makes you feel as though you are coming home. There is much buzz around this enduringly popular family-friendly Italian restaurant as the food is refreshingly simple yet decently priced, especially when every main course ordered include a self-plated salad and free flow of Italian bread. Full review on www.dairycream.blogspot.com

Free flow of Homemade Italian Bread and Butter Spread with Every Main Course
Bread lovers like me will find it extremely difficult to resist the wonderful carbs here. The olive and sundried tomato foccacia or the grissini sticks underpin all the necessary aspects of the authentic Italian approach.

The Gamberi e Nero de Sepoia ($29) is one exemplary Italian dish which the ingredients speak for themselves. No rich heavy cream but just a clear base of seafood broth that brimmed with the sweetness of seafood, parsley and garlic. The springy and fresh seared prawns and length-sliced chillis at a cheery flavour to the toothsome Italian "mee pok'"..... 

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  • Bread Station5 votes
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• 03 Mar 2015 • 266 reviews • 8 followers

New Menu Stays Rooted to Italian Heritage

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Walk down the stairs to the basement level of Grand Hyatt Hotel and one will be greeted by the nostalgic sight of traditional Italian trattoria that makes you feel as though you are coming home. There is much buzz around this enduringly popular family-friendly Italian restaurant as the food is refreshingly simple yet decently priced, especially when every main course ordered include a self-plated salad and free flow of Italian bread. Full review on www.dairycream.blogspot.com

Free flow of Homemade Italian Bread and Butter Spread with Every Main Course
Bread lovers like me will find it extremely difficult to resist the wonderful carbs here. The olive and sundried tomato foccacia or the grissini sticks underpin all the necessary aspects of the authentic Italian approach.

The Gamberi e Nero de Sepoia ($29) is one exemplary Italian dish which the ingredients speak for themselves. No rich heavy cream but just a clear base of seafood broth that brimmed with the sweetness of seafood, parsley and garlic. The springy and fresh seared prawns and length-sliced chillis at a cheery flavour to the toothsome Italian "mee pok'"..... 
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• 03 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Value for money lunch buffet.

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Excellent value for money lunch meal. Kindly improve on the constituency of the soups, thicker soup base appreciated. A choice of creamy soup out of 3 pots will be delightful.

Appreciate the good cuppuccino and expresso.
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• 26 Jun 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Still going strong

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I have been going to Pete's as long as I can remember. It has not changed much over the years but the consistent high quality of food and especially the service is remarkable.

They tweak the menu regularly but I go back for the same old pasta dishes. Strangely I also consider their steaks one of the best around.

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