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Sun - Wed: 11:30 - 00:00

Thu - Sat: 11:30 - 02:00

$64 based on 14 reviews
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call our hotline on 6884 6884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 67373253)
Expect pasta, fresh bread and plenty of seafood at Sopra Cucina & Bar, Singapore's only Sardinian restaurant. See what foodies like this place for
Victor Goon • 10 May 20142 reviews 26 followers

Air-con was broken when we went, so it was a pretty uncomfortable meal. The worst part of the dining experience was the $35 risotto that was basically a small plate of rice with no meat or seafood, and it was very fishy to the taste, totally not worth it. The fregola pasta was average, nothing much to shout about. Give this place a miss.

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Victor Goon • 10 May 20142 reviews 26 followers

Air-con was broken when we went, so it was a pretty uncomfortable meal. The worst part of the dining experience was the $35 risotto that was basically a small plate of rice with no meat or seafood, and it was very fishy to the taste, totally not worth it. The fregola pasta was average, nothing much to shout about. Give this place a miss.

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ArcticStar • 03 May 2014214 reviews 1 followers

Having enjoyed a sumptuous dinner at 10 Claymore before, I looked forward to heading to Sopra Cucina & Bar located at 10 Claymore Road #01-02 Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore 229540 and the number for reservation is 6884 6884. It is the first restaurant in Singapore to serve Sardinian cuisine (a type of Italian fare).
 
 I was there for an event, but got to taste their cuisine, which was absolutely divine!
 
 The interior is furnished in a...

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Hoongy ! • 24 Apr 20141792 reviews 250 followers

For my Sunday night dinner date, I decided to go Italian, and paid a visit to Sopra at Pan Pacific at Claymore.
 
I decided to go with the Sardinian set menu ($88), which gives a variety of the restaurant's key showings at a very reasonable price.
 
The set menu starts out with the Italian "dumpling" followed by a very hearty chicken soup.
 
The main course was a large seabass (700g), topped with cherry tomatoes, that is deboned...

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