First impression was wow! This is a classy place! Set-up of the restaurant was like a fine dining place and yet it was a casual dining restaurant. (Bf chatted with the floor manager later and found out that the original design for the restaurant was indeed for fine dining but the management decided to convert the restaurant into a semi-casual dining one.)
It was hard to decide what to eat as the menu was quite limited. In the end, I oredered Set Dinner A (which comprises of soup of the day, Hawaiian Pizza and my fav glass of Coke). Bf went for Spaghetti Algio Olio. Now what made me decide to order a pizza is that we saw the wood oven at the back of the restaurant. It has a see-through glass panel where diners can actually how the food was being prepared in the kitchen. My mistake was not asking whether the pizza was wood baked but I assumed it would be coz I saw the humongous oven.
I love the atmosphere but not the food. Food was ordinary – could get the same stuff from an Italian food stall at the hawker centre but at a much lower price. My set dinner cost us S$19.80 and the spaghetti aglio olio cost S$12 (before taxes and service charge). Definitely not good value for money.
Don’t think we’ll ever return a 2nd time – could get better food at Mont Calzone anytime at the same price.