Where else can you get a panini inspired by Palermo alongside a bowl of pasta cut from Kyoto and a pizza made with Melbourne in mind? The answer is in a magic cosmopolitan melting pot such as Singapore, and at one of the Marco Marco family of Italian fusion restaurants in particular. And hey, there’s a Singapore-styled pasta dish, too. Flattery goes a long way, doesn’t it? But it is in the end best to seek out Marco Marco at, say, their Millenia Walk outlet, in Marina Centre and close to Promenade MRT, if you want to find out for yourself what is driving the exodus to this internationally-inspired culinary enclave.
the restaurant had a really nice atmosphere and friendly staff who welcomed us at the door! the food was not bad as well! would wanna go back.
Nice and quiet ambience. Both pizzas which i ordered were delicious and service were very efficient , i would definitely return to try the other recipes!
There are almost as many Marco Marco outlets springing up across Singapore as there are panini, pastas and pizzas on their Italian fusion menu. No, that is a total lie. While there are, at time of writing, five places you can come find out the secret to Marco Marco’s astronomical success, the list of culinary destinations on their menu, inspired by the wanderings of Marco Polo, is a very long list indeed. And while it’s true that Marco Polo never reached Honolulu, San Francisco, Fukuoka or Melbourne, there’s a dish for each of those cities on offer right here at Marco Marco at the Millenia Walk shopping centre, minutes from Promenade MRT in the Marina Centre area. A famously hungry Polo would reserve a table in an instant, and you should too.
You need fuel if you’re a horizon-gazing explorer, and by fuel we mean the basics that everyone knows and loves: panini, pizza, and pasta. But to activate the energy locked away in these Italian staples, you need coffee, Italian coffee. At Marco Marco Millenia Walk, you can get your fix courtesy of Illy espresso almost the moment you exit Promenade station. From there, explore the three-pronged menu at Marina Centre’s most playful italian fusion restaurant and get on board with the craze that’s taking Singapore by storm. Plus, if you find a global city that hasn’t got a Marco Marco panini/pizza/pasta named after it, plant your flag and create your own.