Porta-Porta Italian Restaurant Cafe - Singapore
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With walls adorned by photos and shelves full of books, vases and sculptures, the cozy and casual ambience of this humble family owned restaurant is felt as soon as you step in.
Executives and regulars of East Coast and the surroundings love Porta-Porta Italian Restaurant Cafet for its warm ambience and straightforward menu. At Porta-Porta, you'll expect some home-style Italian cuisine with some hits like the all-times favourite Lasagna, Seafood pasta, Pasta carbonara but also some original creation such as the Black Crab Ravioli. Their tasting menue is well sought after as it offers fulfilling portions and great value for money. Porta-Porta is also a relaxing place to enjoy an authentic Italian coffee to savour with a traditional Tiramisu.
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