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Invented from original Japanese Spaghetti House, Kabe no Ana means “hole in the wall” which I guessed there was some story behind. Sharing same brand with Ichiban Sushi, you can obtained the star chop for the Reward Card. Located at the corner in Nex Serangoon, it was one of the eateries hidden inside Shokutsu 10. Cozy and quiet place, tables were only partly occupied.Right dining option, the pasta was healthy. Warm lightning the shop enhanced the looking of my plate, creaminess of noodle was re
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Invented from original Japanese Spaghetti House, Kabe no Ana means “hole in the wall” which I guessed there was some story behind. Sharing same brand with Ichiban Sushi, you can obtained the star chop for the Reward Card. Located at the corner in Nex Serangoon, it was one of the eateries hidden inside Shokutsu 10. Cozy and quiet place, tables were only partly occupied.
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Right dining option, the pasta was healthy. Warm lightning the shop enhanced the looking of my plate, creaminess of noodle was remarkable. Evenly mixed up with the whole, pasta was well-cooked and chewy. Sauce was light yet flavoursome, special recipe from chef. $13.90 before GST and service charge, the price was somewhat acceptable. Trust me, pasta lover will definitely fond it.
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Date of Visit
2013-12-26
Spending Per Head
$15 (Dinner)
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