Sunday, January 31, 2010

Spazzio @ Pavilion


Click here for previous review of Spazzio (Nov. 14, 2009).


Beef lasagne. Not bad for something that was probably prepared earlier and reheated on order. Piping-hot (of course) and super-flavourful.


Tiger prawns sauteed with olive oil and garlic. Too dried-out to recommend.


Lamb meatballs in Napoli sauce. Lusciously juicy meatballs in a rich sauce.


Tiramisu. Sweet and creamy. Better than expected, really.


Biciletta (white wine, campari) and Salty Dog (gin, grapefruit, salt).


Salty Dog and Bellini.

Spazzio,
Pavilion.

11 comments:

  1. Reheated, like microwave reheated? Think I'll stick to the drinks and drinks alone!

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  2. salty dog just sounds so weird :P

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  3. min: yeah, it's a tiny outlet that doesn't seem to have a real kitchen. most of the food is placed on display shelves and heated up when ordered...
    ciki: better than smelly cat! :D

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  4. Reheated isn't all that bad, Minchow... if it's flavourful to begin with. And I do love me some beef lasagne... :D

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  5. lfb: and if it's any incentive, the lasagne here DOES taste less artificial and a lot beefier than supermarket ones =)

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  6. Oh.. in Pavillion? Definitely a lot of new F&B openin up! Esp on the 6th floor!

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  7. tng: ooh, more outlets on the 6th floor? this one is the ground floor open-air area though, where the crowds are larger...

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  8. Looks like a cross between Italian and Spanish. I'm always at a loss when it comes to dining at the Pavilion, and I go there often somemore (only for movies coz I like the cinema there).

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  9. lemongrass: pavvy is one of the best malls for dining! there's everything from italian and mexican and spanish to middle eastern and chinese to japanese and korean and german to thai and indian! and no shortage of pork and booze too! :D

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  10. OOhhhh.... looks like I've got a new place to try in Pavilion. Sometimes I just dunno what to eat over there.

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  11. eiling: too many options, therefore difficult to decide? but i think the safe choices like la bodega and weissbrau are good enough =)

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