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Telephone
6604 7377
Introduction
Casa Verde at the Singapore Botanic Gardens is a casual trattoria offering not just wholesome and affordable pastas, Italian sandwiches, and wood-fired thin crust pizzas, but also offers a number of local favourites. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
07:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
07:30 - 23:00
Public Holiday Eve
07:30 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
Corkage Fee Details
Open Till Late
Pet Friendly
Restaurant Website
http://casaverde.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Bacon Cheese Burger Fish and Chips Roast Beef on Ciabatta
Review (2)
Level4 2013-09-11
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The concept here is more of a communal style where each the entire space is lined with restaurant offerings side by side. You actually see dining for the other restaurant opposite your table kind. Came here for business lunch, ordered minestrone soup and mushroom soup at $7 each. Seafood Stew pasta which was served with shell like gnocchi pasta $20, parma rocket pizza $17. For drinks we had iced cappa $5.50 and green apple juice at $5. The soup was nice and comes with a small piece of bread. The will actually check if you want your mains to be served with the soup, nice touch. And they do actually monitor your speed of consumption and jump in with the mains once you are done with the soup. Both the mains were above average with both the fire baked thin crust with parma ham combining perfectly. Also the seafood stew taste like marinara but with bigger size ingredients, it was nice to have the shell liked pasta as well. Overall a fantastic eat. Place is quiet in the afternoon so perfect for a business lunch. Only gripe is the price.7% GST and 10% Svc charge applicable. Total bill adds up to $72.39. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2013-02-19
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One might thought that Gardens by the Bay is just about the iconic Flower Dome and Cloud Forest, which features hundreds and thousands of flowery attractions, or even the 22-metres high OCBC Skywalk, but let me tell you that if you haven't been to the "third dome" - Supertree Dining, you are missing a whole lot of gastronomic fun.Supertree Dining features five uniquely different dining concepts and food under one humongous roof. With a panoramic view (thanks to the high ceilings), diners can truly enjoy their meal amongst the greens. This food hub currently houses the following eateries:Hill Street Coffee ShopPeach Garden Noodle HouseCanele Patisserie ChocolaterieCasa VerdeTexas Chicken Casa Verde, which means "green house" in italian, is a darn suitable name, given that the other branch in Botanic Garden is admist the green as well. Opened by the well-known Les Amis Group, which has the finest restaurants locally, my girl and I decided to give Casa Verde a try last Friday night.We ordered the Carbonara (S$15.00), the ingredients were nothing more than usual, but this dish was cooked so beautifully. The pasta was al-dente, drenched with the carbonara sauce, a perfect harmony of elements. Their bacon strips had the right amount of fats. This is no doubt one of the better carbonaras I had.We also had their Pizzeria Rustica (S$17.00) - thick strips of bacon, lined with crunchy asparagus topped with a runny sunny-side up on a bed of mozzarella-filled crust. Talking about the crust, I totally "dig it" when it is thin and fresh from a wood-fired oven. Yes, Casa Verde use one of those traditional ovens. The taste is so distinctly different from the usuals.As for drinks, we shared a Passion Fruit italian Soda (S$5.50) - a refreshing drink topped with a glace red cherry.Price-wise, we spent S$44.15 (including taxes and service charge), not exactly cheap, but the pizza was totally worth the bucks. Overall, it was a wonderful experience in Casa Verde, therefore there's absolutely no reason not to visit again, but maybe I shall head to their other "green house" at Botanic Gardens. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)