The first visit was pleasant so here comes the second.
Deep fried scallops with rocket salad – $18.00++
It was one of their daily specials.
Cheese Platter – $16.00++
Among these, the blue cheese actually was not pungent at all, because there were more exotic ones. In fact, I think the blue cheese was the best.
Ravioli – $18.00++
Linguine Vongole – $18.00++
Tagliolini ai Funghi – $18.00++
Parma Ham Pizza – $9.00++
I had the pizza. The pizza crust itself wasn’t outstanding. However, the parma ham was fine. After the cheese platter I sort of regret having pizza because I had enough cheese for the day.
Hazelnut Chocolate – $5.00++
This one was everyone’s favourite and clearly the best cake! The rich chocolatey and hazelnut taste with the crunchy base made it a winner.
Tiramisu – $5.00++
The tiramisu was not bad, but I would prefer it to have more soaked fingers.
Triple Chocolate – $5.00++
On its own this was nice but comparing to the hazelnut chocolate this couldn’t compare.
I must say that their cakes are both pleasing aesthetically and to the palate, which is rare nowadays, with many substandard cakes out there.
I recommend this place for the cakes and lobster bisque!
For more information about this restaurant: https://hungryinsingapore.wordpress.com/2011/08/20/galbiati-dinner/
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