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Portico Singapore

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Portico means 'porch' in Italian. The porch is where we greet our guests and invite them into our home. Our all-day menu is homey and hearty, using fresh and quality ingredients sourced locally and regionally. This is what our Chefs would serve if you visit our home for a Friday dinner party or a Sunday brunch.

 We welcome you to drop by our home someday!

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 23:00

Sun: Open only for private functions

Closed: Sun

+65 62767337
$77 based on 13 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Birthdays (4 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (3 votes)
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Cos the japanese restaurant was full. They offered $50++ set dinner. It's value play. Go for it. I like the area, u can get parking anytime n 20m from restaurant!

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• 09 Mar 2015 • 2012 reviews • 256 followers

Disappointing

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Portico has been on my dinner list for awhile given the favourable feedback that I have had from my friends. Looking for a quiet spot for dinner, I decided to pay a visit at a recent weekend. Unfortunately, the food did not meet up to my expectations.

I started with the Salt and Pepper Squid ($8), which was really dry and lacked in taste.

I then tried the Seafood Risotto ($27), which I found to be too watery.

The Wagyu Beef Cheek ($29) was alright, marinated in deep red wine sauce.

However, for dessert, the deconstructed Blackforest ($14) was a disappointment as the tough chocolate bits made it a tough eat and the bits did not gel. For an idea of what a good deconstructed blackforest should be, go visit Harry's - yes the bar.

A better dessert choice was the Deep Fried Banana ($16), but once again did not what to make out of the dish as a whole.

Overall, not sure how this is an Italian place, more of a European inspired menu which did not work for me.  
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• 09 Dec 2014 • 17 reviews • 0 follower

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Cos the japanese restaurant was full. They offered $50++ set dinner. It's value play. Go for it. I like the area, u can get parking anytime n 20m from restaurant!
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• 16 Nov 2014 • 17 reviews • 0 follower

happy hour ?

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Happy hour wine is $8. But you can finish it in 2 sip. See pic. What's the point? The wine probably cos $8 a bottle. There are better way to make $.
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