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Enjoy freshly handmade pasta in Singapore at prices that won’t break the bank at Pastaria Abate, Tanjong Pagar’s latest outfit specialising in the labour-intensive culinary craft that has captured the appetites of many a gourmand around the world. Half- or full-board antipasti set you up nicely for the main event, where you select your favourite type of pasta to match with a richly flavoured traditional or authentic sauce of your choice. The Italian wines, too, are easy on the wallet, and they come served in traditional wine cups which enhance the dining experience at this Craig Road restaurant. Book ahead for the best seats.
A returned diner. Met overall expectations. Great quality food as usual. But need to make sure the menu is up to date with what is available.
Awesome pasta and wonderful staff. One of my favourite Italian restaurants
My go-to place for some comforting pasta! Tried the special menu item Spaghetti with Foie Gras - great pasta, average foie gras.
The pasta stuff are really good and reasonably priced too!
It’s pretty average. Better than most But nothing to write home about. The place is a little small so it feels quite claustrophobic at full house, constantly making way for people trying to order or grab utensils or moving staff. Staff was super friendly and helpful, they were kind enough to point out if certain pasta combos don’t work well. Food was average. I had the mixed seafood fettucine. The staff recommended it over parpadelle cause she mentioned it will clump parpadelle. Well it didn’t matter cause ny fettuccine was undercooked and I had hard clumps of pasta anyway. If you’re going to spend around that price for pasta you might as well eat at Pastaria Abate, or top up a little more and enjoy Ah Bongs. If you want to spend lesser, head to Old Airport’s pasta stall for tasty generous cheap pasta.
The staff is friendly and approachable.. I like the concept that it is a self-service Café.. tried the chicken and avocado tagliatelle.. the pasta is super thin and chewy.. It would be good if the sauce is a little bit more as the pasta sticks together and seems like “western version dry mee pok”.. Tried the martini grilled pork as well. The martini sauce is strong and not too overwhelming. It covers up the “pork smell” and yet can taste the “juiciness”.. Tried the portobello fries. The batter tastes quite special and it really complement the portobello well.. Tried the lemon tart.. The curd is slightly sweet and sour, with nice fragrance.. However the tart is soft and I personally would prefer a more “firm and lightly crisp tart edge” .. Overall the food is delicious.. Will be back to try more of their pasta..
Affordable and rather decent offerings at Pastaria Abate. Customizing your own pasta was also painless. Ordered the Egg & Prosciutto with Tagliatelle which was good, the Martini Grilled Pork was tender and succulent too. Though initially the portion looked pretty small, it was overall quite filling. Each plate was good for one.
2nd visit to Pastaria Abate, had the Truffle Carbonara on my 1st and it was really truffle, so good I yearn for it. However, it was slightly disappointing on my 2nd, did not had the same truffle as my 1st. Also ordered their special Garlic Aglio Olio, it was nicely done.
My first time there. At this restaurant, you have to self service on order placing at counter and take your own drink either by cash or nets payment. The owner is trying to keep the menu price low by doing so. There are variety of appetizer and pasta on menu and also the baked paste. As I can said the food is liked home cook food, don't expect 5 stars restaurant type. Will go back to try on other pasta.
Food was good and prices are very reasonable. However, I think that maybe because the restaurant is still quite new, it suffers from some teething problems in terms of service . For instance, we ordered 2 pasta dishes. But the second arrived almost 45 minutes after the first (which in itself took 30 minutes to arrive). Also, what was on my plate did not look anything like the restaurant's photo of tagliatelle, nor what we understand tagliatelle to be. Rather, we received what looked like hastily cut up pasta sheets. At least they apologised for the delay. But we were too tired/hungry from the wait to dispute what was eventually served for the second dish. As a result, I'm not sure I'll be craving to return anytime soon.