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Trapizza (Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa)

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A restaurant located at Shangri-La's Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, Trapizza serves Italian cuisine.

Daily: 11:00 - 21:30

+65 63762662
$26 based on 19 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (10 votes), Dinner (9 votes), Children/Family (8 votes)
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awesome relaxed cafe right by the beach...

we absolutely love going to this cafe in siloso beach area.

the service is great and pretty much go one day each weekend to just relax and so our little one can play in the sand.

it is very kid friendly with good outdoor seating space. indoor there are a couple of kid tables and they bring out dough for the kids to play and make their own pizza(they don't actually cook it for you. just give a little golf ball size chunk for kids to roll and play with)

pizza is good. kids meal comes with a mini ice cream cone...

it's not as crazy in this section of the beach, which we like..

easy to get to by taxi...

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• 09 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Don't get trap

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Just a quick note for you guys, after you placed your order please double check your order with the waiter / waitress. But don't spare any second, as soon as you order check with them again.
As, we waited for 30min and our food didn't arrive. I check with a waitress on my order and she question me with, "What is your order?" To make matters worst, the waiter which took our order initially did not key in our order. Therefore, the busy chef's were not actually preparing our dinner.
Anyway, we won't be going back there again.
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• 21 Dec 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

stomach flu?!

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I went to Trapizza in Sentosa on the 18th of December with a friend and dog as we recalled that the resturant was the only dog-friendly place apart from Delifrance which has closed down.

We ordered:
1) A prosiutto ham cold dish
2) A BBQ pork ribs side dish
3) Beer and two coffees.

My complains:
1) Service was slow as they were understaffed
2) Both dishes tasted porky.
3) Cold dish was obviously straight from the fridge as the plate was cold.
4) BBQ ribs was alright but I could tell it's not fresh as the meat was stiff and hard.

We were both feeling sick with stomach flu and we both figured it is from Trapizza. We have been sick for almost 3 days and this has ruined our Christmas plans.

I suggest your management look into the preparation of food to avoid more mishaps. Bad preparation of food can kill.
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• 21 Dec 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

STOMACH FLU

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I went to Trapizza in Sentosa on the 18th of December with a friend and dog as we recalled that the resturant was the only dog-friendly place apart from Delifrance which has closed down.

We ordered:
1) A prosiutto ham cold dish
2) A BBQ pork ribs side dish
3) Beer and two coffees.

My complains:
1) Service was slow as they were understaffed
2) Both dishes tasted porky.
3) Cold dish was obviously straight from the fridge as the plate was cold.
4) BBQ ribs was alright but I could tell it's not fresh as the meat was stiff and hard.

We were both feeling sick with stomach flu and we both figured it is from Trapizza. We have been sick for almost 3 days and this has ruined our Christmas plans.

I suggest your management look into the preparation of food to avoid more mishaps. Bad preparation of food can kill.
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