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(Closed) Picotin Express

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The ambience is worth it

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Portions were hearty and well worth the price. The Fish and Chips with Mushy Peas was pretty decent. The fish was crispy on the outside and tender within, with a thick slice of fish inside the batter. They served vinegar with the Fish and Chips ($25), just the way I like it! I am particularly fond of dousing my fish with vinegar. However, the fries were quite limp and cold which suggest that the fries were left sitting out in the open for a very long time. 

The 12 inch Falabella Pizza ($22) was nicely baked, with a thin crust and lots of ham, mushroom, and cheese. I like skinny pizzas and this one at Picotin Express was happy comfort food indeed. It was definitely not spectacular, but it does make me happy.

The truffle fries were a complete winner. Not only were the fries thick and fat just the way I love them, the truffle oil was extremely fragrant and the cheese slices were just so tasty! Definitely one of the better truffle fries around.

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  • Beef bourguignon1 vote
  • Truffle Fries1 vote
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• 03 Apr 2014 • 179 reviews • 5 followers

The ambience is worth it

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For the full post and pictures visit toseetofeeltoeat

Portions were hearty and well worth the price. The Fish and Chips with Mushy Peas was pretty decent. The fish was crispy on the outside and tender within, with a thick slice of fish inside the batter. They served vinegar with the Fish and Chips ($25), just the way I like it! I am particularly fond of dousing my fish with vinegar. However, the fries were quite limp and cold which suggest that the fries were left sitting out in the open for a very long time. 

The 12 inch Falabella Pizza ($22) was nicely baked, with a thin crust and lots of ham, mushroom, and cheese. I like skinny pizzas and this one at Picotin Express was happy comfort food indeed. It was definitely not spectacular, but it does make me happy.

The truffle fries were a complete winner. Not only were the fries thick and fat just the way I love them, the truffle oil was extremely fragrant and the cheese slices were just so tasty! Definitely one of the better truffle fries around.
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• 22 Jan 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Love their Italian food

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Had their pasta carbonara and Fish n chips. 

Pasta was very good, close to perfect. Fish N Chips just OK.  Quayside fish bistro has better fish n chips. 

Ambience amazing. 

Breads - warm and soft. 

Worth a try!
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• 25 Oct 2013 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

Brunch by the sea

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Bukit Timah’s brunch haunt, Picotin, has an express outlet at Quayside Isle that does both dine-in and takeaway. Picotin Express features the original outlet's bestselling hot dishes, such as the beef bourguignon ($30), plus a few new ones. You can’t go wrong with its selection of eleven 12-inch pizzas ($22 each). Of the 11, 10 are for in-house dining (the peperoni is only for takeaway). Try the tomato, mozzarella with chilli crab meat, or the more exotic yogurt, mozzarella and tandoori chicken with onions and coriander. Nightbirds, take note: it is open till late, although the takeaway service stops at 9.30pm for last orders. The unpleasant bit: the menu states that there is service charge for takeaways. For more Quayside Isle Food Guides, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/dining-guide/best-and-top/food-guide-quayside-isle-*aid-97763f00/
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