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PISCO South American Kitchen and Bar

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Managed by Déliciae Hospitality Management in partnership with Resorts World Sentosa, PISCO is a family style restaurant featuring the vibrant culture and cuisine of South America for a truly unique gastronomic dining experience.

Mon - Wed: 11:30 - 00:00

Thu - Sun: 11:30 - 01:00

Sun: 11:30 - 00:00

+65 67954720
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PISCO is a South American eatery that offers a wide amount of meats on skewer. To get the best value for money, go for the buffet ($98 for 2).

Come before 7 and get 1 for 1 cocktails. I had the Pisco Sour ($15) to start off my meal after a long day in the office.

I started with the Quesadillas ($9.50), melted cheese in tortilla wrap. A better starter though would be the Burrito ($8), minced beef in a tasty spicy chili oil sauce.

Down to the meats, the must try is the seabass, large pieces of fish that is not dry, retaining its liquids with a seawater after taste.

Other items to try is the beef ribeye and the lamb shoulder, each marinated to a good level of tenderness.

I found the sausages too dry.

All in all though, if you are a meat lover, PISCO offers an alternative to the churrascaria options in a family dining environment.

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• 01 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Imagine giving a bunch of kids a space and asking them to cook food and serve

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I came in with 7 friends expecting some Peruvian food.
 How on earth are nachos+burritos + burgers Peruvian food? Fine, they have ceviche, and nachos are good.... But what if your nachos have durian on your guacamole! First, durian is NOT Latin American and second, how is it good?!
 After ordering "burritos" (notice the quotes) and burgers; the waiter dares comes with a starter! When we are finishing our meal. And brings the cutlery halfway our meal.
 Last but not least, what you see on the menu is not what you get. Surprise!
 The burritos on the menu first suggest they are burritos(which they are not) and have jalapeños and guacamole and others... You guessed right, it did not have either of them.
 
 Service is horrible. The meals are worth calling meals.
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• 21 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

EXTREMELY BAD attitude and service

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If you are thinking of visiting this restuarant out of so many restuarant there,  please think twice! 

I was there and ordered a churros which was priced at SGD 9. 

With much waiting, it arrived. A plate of churros, chocolate sauce and a scoop of ice-cream. 

What was SURPRISING was with the bill. The ice-cream was charged SGD 6. Feeling shocked, i questioned the manager-looking. The reply was unreasonably shocking! 

Her reasoning goes like that: The ice- cream was served wrongly to your table, you eat it so i charged it to your table.

The next response of mine is: I thought the ice cream comes with the churros. How could you just charge it without informing at least?

She then say: Did you eat it? You eat it so i charge it. Okay. It is just an ice-cream. I cancel it. She left taking the bill woth her. 

In the end, I still paid for the ice-cream, leaving the money on the table. 

What makes me really appalled is the way they handled the problem. Firstly, they served wrongly. No doubt i eat the ice-cream unknowingly, the least they should do is to inform us of the issue, before adding it into the bill. At least we know what we are paying for. Secondly, the way she sounds/her tone was so unreasonable as she told me..."just an ice-cream". There was no apology at all. 

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• 22 Nov 2014 • 105 reviews • 0 follower

Not worth the price

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Overall, dinning experience with family was so-so only. Given the price levels, we are basically paying for the ambiance. Food is so-so with poor customer service.
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