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Palio is truly a gastronomic encounter that marries great taste with visual artistry. We bring in rare, seasonal ingredients all the way from Italy to showcase the authentic Tuscan dishes and sumptuous variety of traditional Italian cuisine. The restaurant also boasts an extensive regional Italian wine list. continue reading
Opening Hours
07:30 - 10:30
12:30 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
07:30 - 10:30
12:30 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
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Signature Dishes
Hotel Michael Signature Pizza Pici Pasta Tiramisu
Review (15)
Level4 2014-12-30
So after our exams, my friends and I headed to RWS for a staycation and decided to try out this restaurant which my friend recommended.When we approached the restaurant, the staff seems to be dressed in oriental themed uniforms. But when i looked at the menu, it serves italian cuisine like pasta and pizzas. I ordered one of their signature pasta which my friend tried and shared that it tastes amazing. Before our main course we ordered the mushroom soup, and i have to say its like the most atas mushroom soup i have ever had. It was quite thick but super nice with a strong taste of truffles in it. I think it adds a lot of flavour to the mushroom soup. It also had little bread crumbs in it which i felt added texture to the soup.Shortly after came the main course. I ordered pasta and man i think it was the best pasta i have had in a long shot. It was super creamy and there was again the truffles and crayfish. So even though it was a lil' expensive, like $28 for one serving, it was still pretty worth it. But there was a little downside. Midway through the meal i got a little sick of the taste and so i didn't finished all of it. I did finish the pasta though. Great ambience though most of the guests seems to be dressed in t-shirts and shorts. Maybe cause its located in a hotel thus the attire. Anyway hotel guests get to enjoy a discount off their total bill which made the meal really worth it. The service was excellent too. Everyone is served at the same time. continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-27
Palio has quite a reasonable lunch set so we decided to go to Palio when we were at Resorts World Sentosa. They have a 2 course set consisting of an appetizer and pizza or pasta for $25++, and a 3 course set with an added dessert for $30++. We had the 2 course set as we aren't fans of desserts.Once we were shown to our seats, the manager asked if we wanted sparkling or still water. I thought this meant that they don't serve normal water for free but I saw later on that they actually do!!! I felt really cheated after that as the bottle of still water cost $9 for 1 litre. Hence please beware and just ask if they serve normal water at any restaurant that you go to.After you've placed your order, you will be served toast with chilled salsa. This was simple but so yummy I wish I had more! The toast was crispy but light and soft on the inside, and the chilled salsa had subtle herb flavours and was very refreshing due to its cold temperature. Appetizer - Prosciutto e MeloneThis is a classic Italian appetizer consisting of sliced rock melon paired with parma ham, topped with some salad leaves and fig compote. The sweetness of the rock melon and saltiness of the parma ham went together very well.Appetizer - Caprese Another classic Italian appetizer, the Caprese consists of Italian buffalo mozerella cheese and vine ripened tomatoes. The cheese and tomatoes were both juicy and very light and refreshing on the palate. Loving both the appetizers Linguine with Asparagus in PestoPesto is a kind of sauce made of basil... The ones I've tried before had really strong basil taste hence I expected this to be the same. However for this dish, the basil taste and fragrance was extremely subtle. The pasta/sauce was also tasteless and I felt as though the chef had forgotten to add the salt. The linguine was good though, which was al dente. The asparagus was nice and crunchy and the cherry tomatoes were juicy but I wished the vegetables portion was more.Pizza with Bak Kwa and FlossThis pizza really reminded me of the Lunar New Year as it consisted of bak kwa, pork floss and chilli bits, but it wasn't too spicy. This was ok just that the toppings made the pizza really un-Italian. It was more like a Singapore flavoured pizza. Their food is generally good but perhaps the pasta and pizza we had chosen were not their specialties. Wouldn't mind giving them another try next time. continue reading
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Level1 2013-12-09
We went to Palio on Thursday night 7pm. We ordered the Signature Seafood pizza ($28) and pasta with Rabbit meat ($28). We were served bread as appetizer. The bread was yummy but it would be better if they could serve with the balsamic vinegar and olive oil.  The pasta was good, we liked the special sauce which was a bit sour but goes well with the rabbit meat. We were quite disappointed with the pizza. Firstly, there was not much seafood, then the only big piece of salmon that I could see was badly burnt that I dare not eat. The pizza tasted quite good but sadly it was burnt on the bottom. It was so bad that it tasted bitter. For our health concern, we do not want to eat carbon ! We finished our meal with Tiramisu as dissert. But it was nothing special as there was not much liquor tastes. Service was prompt at the beginning when the restaurant was not crowded.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-28
i randomly walked into palio because I had a while to spare before picking up some people from Hotel Michael.after i was given the menu,this arrived.and boy was it bad news. because this lightly toasted bread was so good!crisp on the outside and soft on the insides.with the olive oil tomato dip. it was finger licking good!and what's better for bread than a soup dip?i made an order for a mushroom soup. earthy and topped with all that generous truffle shavings.i was delightfully drinking it till the last drop!so much for a light bite. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-21
A good friend kindly gave me some RWS food vouchers that she couldn't use in time and recommended me to try Palio. I'm glad that I had a chance to try the food here, as I truly enjoyed my dining experience. Service was excellent all the way, from all the various staff who greeted and served us with a warm smile.The toasted bread came early thankfully, while we waited for our main dishes to come. It sure helped to stave off our hunger for a while. The bread was served with a simple tomato-based olive oil dip. Quite good.- Complimentary breadThe serving size of the ravioli was very small and I admit I was a bit disappointed at first. But on the first bite..wow, it's excellent! The flavours were intensely rich with every bite. One of the best ravioli dishes I've had. The ravioli pasta was not too thick and you could really taste the stuffing within. The truffle cream sauce was also very yummy.- Ravioli stuffed with mushroom & cheese in a truffle cream sauce The signature pizza had a lot of fresh seafood like mussels, scallops, prawns and squid. The crust was thin and crispy. A tad on the salty side for the seasoning of the seafood but generally great-tasting. - signature Pizza MichaelWill definitely be back again continue reading
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