Saw Porta Porta deal on Groupon and decided to visit the place with my boyfriend.
For the starter, we were served with bread and some sauce (idk what sauce is that but is abit salty and abit sour) and the sauce goes perfectly with the bread. It was so nice that me and boyfriend almost ate all the bread finished, but wait a minute, we got to leave some space for our main course.
I forgotten what boyfriend ordered but I ordered Seafood Aglio Olio (not available on the menu but I just requested for it since it was my always favorite choice of pasta)
AND IT WAS PERFECTLY DONE!!!!
It was served with generous amount of prawns and squid, the aglio oilo is also perfectly fried with red chilli and garlic for spicy and garlic lover like me, and the spaghetti is flavorful too. MUST TRY FOR SPAGHETTI LOVER!!
(boyfriend agree that the spaghetti is super nice too!!)
We had the home-made tiramisu for dessert. It was kind of creamy and full of the tiramisu cream which I like it very much but boyfriend feels that it is a tad too creamy and tasteless, but I still like it, so... it's still worth a try for tiramisu lover like me!
Luckily we had the Groupon deal and the bill is slightly cheaper but it's worth the revisiting again for the super nice spaghetti!
We have not visited Porta Porta for perhaps 2 years. And we were just here for dinner recently. And I must recommend you to come here for a good, fun, jolly time.
Ambience: Porta Porta has been renovated this year, hence it is no more a restaurant with an eclectic deco. It looks much modern and brighter now, and the good thing is that it is still cozy with attentive service.
Food is hearty and made from fresh ingredients. Porta Porta really knows how to surprise and delight their guests with small touches such as dessert or digestif on the house. We all love a small surprise, or two, don't we?
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