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電話號碼
6224 4148
開飯介紹
Gastronomia is a gourmet-quality take-out boutique ideally suited for those with great taste but to little time. Choose from a mouth-watering array of professionally prepared dishes, including homemade pasta and sauces, artisanal cheeses, salads, pizza, sandwiches and more. Indulge in delicious pastries, cakes or our celebrated tiramisu. And complement your meal with fine wine, premium tea or authentic Italian coffee. 繼續閱讀
營業時間
今日營業
09:00 - 21:00
星期一至日
09:00 - 21:00
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http://www.dapaolo.com.sg/
食評 (2)
等級4 2013-07-11
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For detailed review including origin of 'Crodos', please visit us at http://www.makeyourcaloriescount.com/2013/07/sg-da-paolo-gastronomia-is-crodo-new.htmlIt seems like the food fad is a viral disease that always mutates into one form or another. Back in the days, there was the bubble tea craze and if anyone recalled, the rotiboy coffee buns, cupcakes and of course we all need something new to invigorate our palate.So, what is the new fun food in town? Welcome and hail the 'Crodo', which is described by some as an inventive hybrid between a croissant and donut. It was first introduced on 10 May 2013 by French Pastry Chef Dominique Ansel as 'Cronut' in his bakery based in New York City. Having previously worked at celebrity chef Daniel Boulud's restaurant, it spelt little surprise for an ingenious creation. With a trademark registered to the name, this dessert pastry had gone viral across half the globe. The Da Paolo Group was the first in Singapore to recreate its own version and named it the 'Crodo'. Currently retailing in limited servings of just over 100 pieces in each of the Da Paolo Gastronomia located islandwide, inquisitive Singaporeans seem to snap them up hard and fast. We first visited the outlet at Paragon Shopping Mall few evenings back and were told that 'Crodos' were sold out islandwide usually by the first hour of opening.Cream Crodo (S$4.90/-)The cream crodo came across like a doughnut with it being coated with sugar on its crisp surface. Being deep-fried, it was slightly greasy as you would expect that of a doughnut but what set it apart was that distinctive fluffy and soft dough on the inside with pockets of air. It was very much like what you would expect to see when you slice across a good croissant. It however did not have the flakiness that of croissants. Honestly, I am not sure if this was how it was meant to be for I purchased these at about 10.45am, so they might have been sitting on the shelves for a while. The custard cream tasted light and fresh and the filling was sandwiched between the layers of fluff. I thought that the amount of custard cream was disproportionately distributed when compared to the chocolate crodo. Nonetheless we enjoyed the mildly sweet custard cream which was well-received by our taste buds. It was definitely a good rendition of a croissant-donut with an exterior tasting like donut with the interior tasting like croissant.Chocolate Crodo (S$4.90/-)Texture wise, the chocolate version tasted almost the same with a crisp surface around the sides and a fluffy croissant interior filled with pockets of air. There was a dark chocolate fondant icing on the top similar to what you would get with an eclair pastry. The chocolate filling on the inside was packed full and one mouthful bite would send excess chocolate cream oozing out from the sides, mmmm talk about sinful indulgence! After a recent upsetting experience with chocolate filling at St Marc Cafe, my taste buds were due for pampering with this treat. The dark chocolate filling was of good quality and tasted rich, dense and bitterly sweet. While I thought that the crodo might taste better fresh, possibly a flaky and crispier texture, I was contented with what I had and there was no better way to enjoy it over a cup of Black Americano. Simply brilliant.While these crodos would make a good entry as tea break snacks, be warned that it is calories-laden and no doubt a very sinful indulgence. Would we return for more? Certainly but next time round, I would want to get a fresher batch to see if they tasted better and of course fix that sweet-tooth craving!P.S: These crodos may be found at all Da Paolo Gastronomia outlets islandwide! 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
等級4 2011-03-03
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There is a wide selection of cakes in one fridge, and pasta sauce and salad on the other. I picked tiramisu ($11) and a slice of nutella cake ($4?) to share with my friends. The tiramisu is not bad, with just a light taste of the rum, though there isnt any coffee flavor. Nutella cake is just as expected, rich in chocolate. Shall go and try the cheese cake next time. Had the Chicken and brie sandwich on wholemeal bread. I'm not really a fan of brie, so i had requested for change of cheese to mozzarella instead. And i would have to say they are generous with the amount of cheese. They microwave the chicken, separately from the bread which is toasted, which is quite meticulous of them so that the chicken meat would be warm but not dry when eaten. The only part i hate about this place is the use of plastic plates and utensils. And all the cakes are already packed into small plastic containers. So even if i;m having there, they would have to take out from the plastic container and put it onto a small plastic plate. I would say that avoid the lunch time, cause being just next to one raffles quey, the waiting time would go up to 25 minutes just to grab a sandwich on the go. It is quite hard to find this place, being hidden in one corner, unless its lunch time and there's a lot of customers waiting outside the shop for their orders. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)