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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.

Sun - Wed: 11:30 - 00:00

Thu - Sun: 11:30 - 01:00

$62 based on 3 submissions
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Tasty Meats

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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22 Nov 2014 • 44 reviews • 0 follower

Not worth the price

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.
10 Jul 2014 • 21 reviews • 0 follower

Depressing meal and terrible service

Visited Pisco after hearing some buzz though social media, so i was quiet excited to try the food. I came hungry and left severly dissappointed.

The place looks like its in a state of chaos, arriving just before dinner time. i was seated in a rather odd table facing a live performing area with a plant right smacked in the centre of the space. The tables looked disorganized and just randomly placed.

I ordered a few meats and some sides. The buriotto was rubbish, it tasted like they took chilli from wendys, added salt, and some spices and stuffed it in a wrap. The ceviche of prawns was lacking flavour and it was very obvious that it was heat-cooked and not acide cooked like a proper ceviche. The meats were okay. I did enjoy them, athough the lamb shoulder was overcooked. The menu is not captivating, and honestly its nothin an amature couldent cook at home. Boring and poorly executed.

The horrible part of my dining experience was the service. We were served by this young waiter with spikey hair, and he was bossy and rather rude. He forgot sauces and has a habbit of throwing plates on the tables.

Ther was a lady (not dressed in uniform) which helped save some service standards. however, the guy really cheesed us off.
We couldent be bothered to stay for desserts.
29 May 2014 • 1909 reviews • 258 followers

Tasty Meats

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.