Sunday, November 29, 2009

HAPPY BIRTHDAY to me @ AL FORNO EAST COAST


Birthday Dinner today is at
AL FORNO EAST COAST


Quite a nice comprehensible and simplistic menu
They have a good wine menu as well
Sorted according to countries too


Simplistic table settings
Clean cutleries and a bottle of my favourite Tobasco sauce
Lovely ambience with traditional Italian stone stove


Upon seated, a friendly Pinoy staff came to offer
Iced/Cold water
I'm very pleased with the choice and proactiveness


White Wine (Gls)
$9.00


Pizza Tutto Fungi
$23.00
This is simple yet very tasty
Freshly prepared pizza - a la minute
The crust and dough were deliciously chewy
generous servings of cheese and tomato paste
you will not find the need to add parmesan cheese!
as much as the mushrooms were not evenly spread out
they were juicy and tasty


Risotto Rescatore
$25.00
Seafood were not exactly at its freshest, probably frozen
However the risotto was nicely cooked in tasty tomato base
Lovely flavor with generous servings of seafood
A dish for the spoilt.


Spaghetti Aglio Olio
$19.00
As much as they used dried pasta spaghetti
it was really delicious
al dente and it has a refreshing flavor
that bursts in your mouth
the olive oil used were of good quality
very fragrant, very italian - love it!

[GENERAL RATINGS]
Food Quality: 10/10
Food Presentation: 9/10
Food Portion Size: 10/10
Value for Money: 9/10
Beverage Quality: 9/10
Ambience: 8/10
Service: 9/10
Return Factor: 10/10
Other Comments: Price may be a bit steep, however there's nothing I can complain about. Even the toilets are clean. A must-go if you're feeling rich and feel like having Italian cuisine.

Total Damage: $89.45

This review can also be found on
1. http://mydemoninyou.blogspot.com/
2. http://www.hungrygowhere.com/singapore/al_forno_east_coast/

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