An amalgamation of the words “fast” and “pasta”, Fasta is exactly as its name suggests – fun, quirky takes on classic Italian pasta for busy executives in downtown Singapore. Situated among the stretch of F&B establishments at lifestyle destination South Beach Avenue, you can expect toppings like glazed pork belly and smoked duck at this fusion restaurant that prides itself on both freshness and affordability. Don’t see something you like? How about customising a pasta bowl to your preferences? Anything is possible at this casual Beach Road hangout, but you might want to book ahead as seats are limited.
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Great food, great ambiance! The scallop wallop and the sio bak mee is really delicious. Esp the siok bak, the crispy skin and fat portion is just right Highly recommended Would come visit again!
The food was excellent, and we love the ambience, small and cosy. The service was good as well, though we notice that it is understaffed. While for us, the food is worth waiting for, not all customers may have the same patience. Nevertheless, 2 thumbs up for Fasta!
The food was good and the environment of the restaurant was also conducive. Music is a little bit loud but bearable. Overall a good experience.
Good food at an affordable price at CBD area. and the shop does provide a conducive environment to have friend's gathering - spacious and quiet enough to chit chat. Definitely would visit this place again.
Fasta is an odd place - food is nice but the staff there might be the most difficult, and most inflexible people you'll ever meet in F&B. They don't seem to understand that customers are the most important, even if they're not always correct. Eating there always gives me a feeling of being unwelcome.
If you are looking for a good, simple & quiet pasta place to wind down on Saturday, Fasta comes highly recommended. Good fusion food with with very reasonable price.
Fasta service crew were quick to serve customers and familiar with different modes of payments. Scallop wallop was delicious. This would be something worth a try.
the location is convenient, very near the mrt. The place has a nice, cosy and chill ambience to it. The food is well portioned, good and affordable. However, i think they should put some mosquito coils outside. I Was bitten quite a few times, hence had to move inside.
Ginza Lion is a nice place to eat at, but the staff can be nasty at times. Went for the free-flow beef don, but one staffer decided to make things difficult by insisting we clean out the plate before we could order a next order of beef. All things considered, food was good and ambience was great.
The pasta was great! Portions were on the smaller side but nevertheless, it was really unique and flavours were there! Staff was lukewarm in service and they were not flexible with menu choices etc but all in all, we enjoyed ourselves