I really love this place. The food here is sooo good and soo affordable. I had their Pollo E Piselli. This was pasta in cheese infused cream sauce. It's really good and comparable to a lot of the italian restaurants which serve such a similar dish. But this one only costs me $17 which i thought was so affordable for it's quality and taste.
I also had their chicken. The chef gets to choose how he does the chicken so this came as a surprise as i didn't know what i was going to expect. It was a good surprise though. The chicken was so juicy and moist. It came with a salad that wasn't just tossed in normal dressings. They actually made their own dressing and it tasted so unique. (in a good way).
I love this place, i'll definitely come back for more.
The experience was good at first as the server were prompt to response and offer suggestions for the tea. Al Vino Blanco pasta was bland. Truffle fries did not have enough truffle taste. However, the worst is when we were notified that the restaurant is closing and we still have a glass full of wine, we decided to move out to finish the wine. A male server came out and just grab our glasses and pour into the plastic cups without even letting us know. It's basic courtesy to let customers know that you need to collect the glasses back rather than just grabbing them.
I would hope my review is regarding their food, but unfortunately I didn't get a chance to eat there but need to put in a negative review.
I called in 2 times to enquire for menu for my company event. But during my conversations, I believe to be one of the wait staff, who was not keen to continue with the conversation with me. I asked if the restaurante managers have my number, he can laughed and said "how would i know? ok ok la, i take down your number now".
So my response to me was "no thanks, let's forget about it". I think there are other eateries in the ara which are as good.
I need to reflect my feedback here cos a good restaurant is not just about food good and ambience, it's all about customer's experience too. I am open to speak to the management who read this feedback.
If I could give the service a negative 5 stars, I would. Could not get their attention, and once I have gotten their attention I was treated as if I was dirt. The waiter slam our utensils in our plates, told us they ran out of containers for take away, took away an open beer and return with the same one.
It's an Italian restaurant and he didn't even know what is linguine. Could not pronounce half the dishes properly and was just generally, unavailable, rude and unpleasant.
I think I would have gotten better service from the aunties in the makansutra glutton's Bay next door.
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