Singapore Night Festival 2016 and Cacio E Pepe

Singapore Night Festival 2016

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 Cacio e Pepe Italian Restaurant

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Bread with olive oil and vinegar dip

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Linguine al Cartoccio: Crayfish, clams, calamari, prawns and home made marinara sauce served in basket capturing the rich flavors of the sea, $24

The serving was extremely generous and Jh enjoyed this very much.

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Tortelli al Granchio: Stuffed pasta with crab and lobster meat tossed with prawn served in home made marinara sauce, $25

Felt like a burst of flavour on my tongue, a rather small portion but it was enough for me.

The menu has so many more items and I can’t wait to come back again.

Address: 3 Chu Lin Rd, Singapore 669890
Phone: 6760 3534
Opening Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 11:30AM–2:30PM, 6–10:30PM
 
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I have been super obsessed with the bingsu at Nunsongyee. I have tried the injeolmi and green tea ones and they were really good. We decided to give the cheesecake one a try this time.
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It was layered with digestives and to be honest, it felt too much. The bingsu was very dry as well. Usually the bingsus here are not so dry because they have milk within the ice flakes which makes it creamy but I’m not sure what happened in this cheesecake one?
Not gonna have this next time… :( I’ll go back to the injeolmi one!
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