StopOver Pasta is a godsend for busy professionals in Singapore’s CBD. Among the throng of Raffles Place at Republic Plaza, StopOver Pasta is an oasis of organic, healthy, homemade food in a desert of industrial, unhealthy and often unsafe offerings of convenience. All of StopOver Pasta’s wholesome fresh egg pasta and gorgeous artisanal sauces are made in-house, every morning, and the range of offerings is broad – from velvety tagliatelle swimming in a rich Italian ragù to short fusilli spirals brushed simply with garlic and quality olive oil, and as if you weren’t already convinced by the food alone, StopOver Pasta are also environmentally responsible and sustainable, using no plastic packaging (takeaway boxes are sugarcane fibres and recycled paper) and sourcing herbs and vegetables from local organic farms to reduce their carbon footprint. This is absolute guilt-free, feel-good eating in every way – just bear in mind that bookings are strongly advised at all times!
Pasta is cooked individually upon ordering and ingredients are really fresh! Can tell that the sauce is homemade and not simply poured out from a jar. Owner happened to be there on the day I visited and he was telling me about how his packaging is all made from recyclable coconut fibre which is amazing. Bonus: prices are super reasonable given that it's in the CBD :p
Stopover pasta's location was convenient and the price was good for a lunch for 2 persons. will go back again in future to stopover pasta
The pasta here is good and they serve it quite fast
Very convenient location and the pasta was good - had little wait times too
Fast and easy for a quick lunch. I like that it is fuss free. Would I go again? Yes because it is close. Pasta was alright, I wish they had spicier options though but overall good.
The pasta was good and served very quickly. Also quite good value too in terms of pricing at around 10 or so dollars for one pasta
Doesnt seem like a place which requires reservations. Very casual place, open concept, requires queuing up. Food was normal and suitable for a quick meal.
They prepare without cooking. Take pasta add sauce and mix. Ta dah. Visit if u are ok with this. Pasta is hard and clumpy. Paper bowl is small and difficult to eat with disposable utensils. Never going back again