Squisito has halal Italian food in Bugis
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We recently wrote about The Secret Garden, a halal French-inspired restaurant in Bugis. One more spot to add to the list of halal-friendly eateries is Squisito, which specialises in Italian food instead, serving handmade pasta and more.
Italian-Sg restaurant (halal) that serves delicious homemade fresh pasta and gnocchi daily!! Love their gnocchi and ravioli!⭐Truffle gnocchi (22+): the truffle bits goes well w the soft chewy gnocchi. ⭐Squisito di carne (24+): My friend likes their pizza which has a chewy thin dough and generous turkey ham n bacon toppings⭐Ravioli Aragosta (23+): homemade lobster meat ravioli in prawn bisque sauceOverall: ❤️❤️❤️❤️ #sfaitalian
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Squisito isn’t that new a restaurant, having been around since 2019. In 2022, they were nominated by local halal food directory Halal Food Hunt for four awards: Best Italian Food, Best Pasta, Best Steak, and Best Pizza, of which app users voted them the winner for best halal pasta in Singapore!
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Start with their Beef Wellington ($36++) which stars beef tenderloin, rolled in chopped mushrooms and pistachio pate, then wrapped in turkey ham and pastry and baked. It’s served with a side of mashed potatoes and jus.
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While you’re here, get their popular pasta dishes, including Nero di seppia ($24++), a squid ink spaghetti tossed with prawns and squid, then served in spicy tomato beef sauce. Otherwise, go for a classic Vongole ($21++), full of Littleneck clams.
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If you’d like something different, go for their highly raved gnocchi dishes. There’s Gnocchi al Tartufo ($22++) which sees handmade gnocchi drenched in mushroom truffle sauce and topped with truffle pate. For more oomph, you can even top up $6++ to add sliced truffle to your dish.
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Squisito also has unique stuffed gnocchi, such as Manzo Ripieno ($24++), a spicy beef-stuffed gnocchi dish, dressed in creamy mushroom sauce. If you prefer something with fish, get their Salmon Gnocchi ($24++). This sees gnocchi stuffed with salmon and cream cheese, served in a base of asparagus tomato cream sauce.
To load up on carbs, you can also try their new creation, Charcoal Pizza ($25++)—a bamboo charcoal pizza boasting toppings of smoked salmon, ricotta, fresh tomatoes, and rucola.
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On the dessert front, you can also find classic desserts to round up your dining experience. Try their Tiramisu Classic ($8++) or Crème Brûlée ($9++)!
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Additionally, Squisito has gluten free, organic and vegan options on the menu, so be sure to check those out. For our fellow Muslim readers, there’s even a prayer room in their restaurant! If you’re not looking to dine in, they offer either self pick-up at the restaurant or islandwide delivery at a flat rate of $15.
For more Italian food in Singapore, check out our guide to the best Italian restaurants in Singapore, with $5 pasta and truffle pizza. Alternatively, if you are looking for more food in the hood, read our guide to 20 Bugis food places, with curry rice and fusion nasi lemak.
Address: 28 Bali Lane, Singapore 189864
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 8302 2184
Squisito is a halal-certified eatery.
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