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One of Singapore’s favourite Italian restaurants unveils a new look and enhanced dining concept to offer guests an authentic Italian family-style experience. Prego is an Italian Trattoria, expressed in every aspect of the restaurant - from the service style and communal dining to decor featuring parmesan wheels, Italian prosciutto and sausages hanging from the awnings, to wood dining tables and carts for wine service by the glass, which gives an overall feel of a true Italian restaurant.

Daily: 06:00 - 11:00

Daily: 11:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Mon to Sat: 11:30 - 14:30
Daily: 18:30 - 22:30
Mon to Sat: 11:30 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Lunch Semi-Buffet*:
Sun: 12:30 - 15:00
$49 based on 128 submissions
Dinner (58 votes), Lunch (44 votes), After Work (38 votes)

Memorable for the service

Had a really pleasant time there this evening celebrating the birthday of my boyfriend. Special thanks to Emma Xiang, who provided us with warm and excellent service, allowing us to dine in at the restaurant with this berry cheesecake (a huge generous amount of berries and a delightful chocolate base for the cheese), and personally wishing my boyfriend a happy birthday :) We had already had our dinner elsewhere and it was an exception for us to have this take-away cake there, so we really appreciate the flexibility provided and I would recommend this place for the great service and ambience!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Tiramisu14 votes
  • pasta5 votes
  • parma ham with melon4 votes
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Based on 128 votes
09 Nov 2014 • 27 reviews • 0 follower


I love meats and cheese - so this should have been amazing.  However, it was only ok. He service was generally good, but even after informing our server of my nut allergy, which she acknowledged - my dessert was brought with nuts.  A potentially fatal error.
28 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not good as I had heard

I went for lunch and ordered Ravioli all’Aragosta, it is Maine Lobster Ravioli and it smelled pathetic. Entire appetite was gone, provided feedback but Chef said its our sauce and thats how we make it here. 
Had to order Tiramisu to get the taste buds ward off the lingering smell. I had left the ravoli. And ordered Parma Pizza as well which was served COLD ( I ain't any big fan for  Parma ham at the first place but had to try something different). Overall nothing to talk about :( :(
or Maybe I ordered everything wrong but they are supposed to make everything perfect. 
02 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Average service but good food overall

It was an average experience at Prego. Visited the place with a group and a kid - presented with a Kids menu. Ordered the set dinner which is a 4-course meal (antipasta, pasta, chef main & dessert), serving is limited to only person so sharing is not recommended. Personally, I did not find the truffle mushroom exceptionally good instead the crab linguine was simpler & tastier. Dessert - Tiramisu was good ; )    

The service level was average. I'd to wait for more than 10 minutes to ask for the menu for the second time. My friend bought a dessert takeaway dessert at Prego and wanted to give it to her kid (since we ordered Tiramisu which wasn't suitable for the kid) but was stopped by the waitress. I was puzzled over this arrangement,  considering the dessert was bought at the same restaurant. To add on, when my friend replied that she needs to feed her kid but it was still rejected.
This spoilt the whole dining experience. 

23 Aug 2014 • 23 reviews • 0 follower

Average food and service at hotel prices

Went there for dinner with some friends the other day. The restaurant is in a nice, central location and has a nice interior and ambience. However, the quality of the food is fairly average. It certainly wasn't bad, but I wasn't wowed by anything, either. This is an issue for me considering that the prices (before tax and service charge) are already significantly higher than a typical high-end Italian restaurant. I could easiy go to Garibaldi or or the like and spend less for better food. So while it wasn't a bad meal, I walked away feeling that it wasn't money well spent. There are better alternatives.
24 Apr 2014 • 1909 reviews • 258 followers

Quality and Casual Italian Dining

Focusing on Italian cuisine, I recommend starting with the Insalata Mista, mixed green salad for something light.

For something heavier, there is the Stracciatella di Bufala , buffalo cheese with a marinated king prawn in the mix or the Cotechino – Italian cooked pork sausage with roasted organic sweet pepper sauce.   For the main courses I liked the Paccheri – Maine lobster which is rich in flavour as well as the mushroom risotto. Those needing their meats need to look no further than the Stinco D’Angnello, braised lamb shank with meat that falls right off the bone.

Finally for dessert, there is the traditional tiramisu and for those looking at something fruity, go for the Zabaglione.