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Porta Porta (Changi Garden)

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Located in Changi Garden on Upper Changi Road North, Porta Porta (Changi Garden) serves Italian cuisine.

Tue - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00

Tue - Fri: 18:30 - 21:30

Sat & Sun: 18:30 - 21:30

Closed: Mon

+65 65453108
$46 based on 32 submissions
Dinner (10 votes), Romance/First Dates (10 votes), Quiet (9 votes)
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A fantastic family owed place with great food coupled with equally great service. Expect a  cosy intimate setting that will put you at ease the moment you walk through the door. A Perfect place for a romantic dinner for two

The Tiramisu is definitely a must have!! 

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  • Tiramisu3 votes
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• 23 Dec 2014 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

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A fantastic family owed place with great food coupled with equally great service. Expect a  cosy intimate setting that will put you at ease the moment you walk through the door. A Perfect place for a romantic dinner for two

The Tiramisu is definitely a must have!! 
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• 13 Dec 2012 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

A great place to dine with friends, family or loved one.

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This is my third visit to Porta Porta. I wouldn't say it is expensive given the quality of food served hence no complaints. It is understandable why some thought the service is slow, but you can see that the food was prepared from scratch and this could help explain. My favourite is black squid ink whcih I thought was simply out of this world. As for the tiramisu, I thought it was just nice....not too rich and sweet. Will recommend this to those who want a quiet with quality Italian dining experience.
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• 03 Jun 2010 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

lovely ambience, but not worth the money

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The ambience was great, cosy and homely, though it was somewhat ruined by a table of four who were seated next to us and who were totally oblivious that they are talking much too loudly for such a small cosy setting.

Service was slow as the hosts were frequently at the upper deck and did not pay attention to anxious glances or raised hands at the tables below.

Food wise, I tried the surprise menu.  The bread and dips, and cheeses were fantastic, but the lamb was too tough and the variety was limited.  I tried the both red and white house wine; so-so again.  Overall, food was tasty, but not fantastic enough to justify the high price.

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