There are five places where Singapore can sample Marco Marco’s peerless understanding of what makes modern Italian cuisine tick. Here, at the Novena Square shopping mall along Thomson Road, Marco Marco offers up the same fantastic selection of the three essential Ps of Italian food – panini, pizza, and pasta – served up from an open kitchen at the same great prices and in the same fun-loving atmosphere. Choose from the menu or create your own cross-ethnic Italian meal!
Food was awesome and served very fast. Staff was also very friendly and helpful. Enjoyed my meal alot with my friends and will definitely return in the future :)
Been there a few times, kids love the food, but I think this outlet no longer there.
Singapore has long been the meeting place for the world’s cuisines. It’s in the water, it’s in the blood, and Marco Marco has struck the right chord with their offering of contemporary Italian food with a global outlook. The menu is packed with variations on three themes – primarily panini, pizza, and pasta dishes but with a few gracenotes thrown in for good measure – but a big reason the crowds flock to their Novena Square outlet along Thomson Road is the opportunity to tailor one of these classic dishes according to personal taste. DIY modern Italian, anyone?
All of Marco Marco’s all-natural and additive-free Italian dishes take at least a little influence from international cuisines – that’s why each is named for a city from around the world. This is a family of restaurants named for the famous explorer, Marco Polo, get it? And with globe-trotting varieties like the Atlanta panini, the Jaipur pasta, and the Budapest pizza just three representative options, there’s something for every gastronomic adventurer. Pack light and book a spot at Marco Marco’s Novena outlet in the mall along Thomson Road and begin the journey. Ambitious travellers might want to opt for the set meal deals, too.