Review of Pasta Manna by cptslowyeo | OpenRice Singapore

Review Singapore Pasta Manna

I have never been so fascinated to settle down for a plate of delightful pasta meal, especially at a typical food centre, due to its rather high cost & mediocre quality for most!

This particular food stall by the name of “Pasta Manna” that sells only pasta delights, has certainly set the bar for Hawker food’s standard which changes my perception all over again!

​If given only two words to describe this particular stall, it certainly had to be affordable & quality. 

I have never been so fascinated to settle down for a plate of delightful pasta meal, especially at a typical food centre, due to its rather high cost & mediocre quality for most!

This particular food stall by the name of “Pasta Manna” that sells only pasta delights, has certainly set the bar for Hawker food’s standard which changes my perception all over again!

​If given only two words to describe this particular stall, it certainly had to be affordable & quality. 

The main particular reason for its success & outstanding quality which I felt, was the fact that every pasta dishes were thoroughly cooked under a large heat to create a much fragrant taste!

On top which, each dishes were prepared & cooked solely on its own, had helped to retained the freshness & quality aspects when it is ready to be served.

I certainly have to agree that it was such a joy looking at how the chef had prepared each dishes over the large scorching flame, by tossing the pan repeatedly to ensure that it is thoroughly cooked!

​From that amount of heat & technique, it really reminded me so much of the high culinary standard that is more commonly found in restaurants!

Freshly prepared pasta!
The default dish whenever I would ordered mine, would definitely be their signature “Aglio olio e peperoncino”, that is cooked with chilli!
Review of Pasta Manna by cptslowyeo | OpenRice Singapore

One could certainly go for the non chilli version but for me, I felt that the addition of chilli does provide more punch in flavour to the overall dish.

The entire goodness was cooked in a hot olive oil pan, containing a mixture of garlic, chilli & seafood ingredients that are added with a uniquely special condiment of white wine!

​This is perhaps the only hawker stall that has really invested on a bottle of white wine for its pasta that I could not help but to think of how scrumptious the end result of this dish would be!

My plate of “Aglio olio e peperoncino” came in a freshly hot serving that is right off the pan, had contained a very distinctive flavour of fragrant aroma from the olive oil, white wine & garlic in particular!

I have added some pepper along with Italian chilli flakes for even more enhanced spices.

​You could definitely identify the generous portion of various seafood ingredients that came along with it, such as squid, shrimp, fish & some mushroom that are all mix together with the spaghetti itself.

Abundance of herbs & spices ingredients!
The spaghetti was so fragrant with every bite, that you could totally taste the richness of different flavours especially from the parsley leaves, chilli, olive oil & garlic that were absorb by the noodles.

The pasta is also well throughly cooked as a whole, was definitely scrumptious and delightful with every bite!

I personally had enjoyed this dish as every individual strand of the noodles was so outstanding & silky from the light coat of olive oil.

​The entire dish is definitely not dry which had just the right amount of moisture from the olive oil & seafood.

Adequate amount of moisture!
The seafood ingredients are also worth notable that is not only abundance in quantity, but were also definitely fresh & tasty!

The seafood are lightly boiled and stir fried with the pasta, had retained its freshness of seafood essence with every bite!

I really enjoyed their seafood especially the squid, as it is so chewy & large in size.

​On the other hand, it also enhance the flavour of the spaghetti in particularly to the chilli added which gives it a good amount of kick to the extra flavour of spiciness, to the entire mouthwatering dish!

Fresh seafood ingredients!
​Overall as a whole, it was a superb fantabulous experience of savouring delicious pasta from this particular stall, “Pasta Manna”!

Not only it is affordable & great in quality, it really consist of the authentic taste of Italian cuisine that is well perfected!

In fact to be honest for such quality, I cannot agree much that it is rather similar to the standard of a restaurant as it was really that good!

​Definitely, a must to try out this stall when you are over here at “Old Airport Road Food Centre & Shopping Mall”, that will leave your palate feeling all satisfied!

About Pasta Manna

Pasta Manna (Old Airport Road Food Centre) | Burpple - 13 Reviews - Old  Airport Road, Singapore
Address: 51 Old Airport Road #01-84, 390051 (Old Airport Road Food Centre & Shopping Mall)

Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: [12:00 – 14:00]  &  [17:00 – 20:00] (Closed: Mon)
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Tel: –

​Average Price: SGD $5.50

  • SGD $5.50 – Alfredo
  • SGD $5.50 – Sausage and bacon pasta
  • SGD $6.00 – Carbonara
  • SGD $6.00 – Aglio olio e peperoncino

Pasta Manna is a stall at the Old Airport Road Hawkers’ Centre in Singapore. It is a Sole Proprietorship with a Unique Entity Number (UEN) of 53181009K and was incorporated on 07 Dec 2010. Its primary ssic description is STALLS SELLING COOKED FOOD. Pasta Manna is owned by Peter Lim, who has been running the business for four years.

Pasta Manna

Pasta Manna (Old Airport Road Food Centre) | Burpple - 13 Reviews - Old  Airport Road, Singapore

Pasta Manna is a Sole Proprietorship based in Old Airport Road Hawkers’ Centre, Singapore. Founded 13 years ago, the company has its registered office at 51 OLD AIRPORT ROAD, #123-B, OLD AIRPORT ROAD HAWKERS’ CENTRE. Its Unique Entity Number (UEN) is 53181009K. Its primary business classification is STALLS SELLING COOKED FOOD.

For something a little less expensive, try Desmond pasta. This hidden gem is owned by a former chef from P.S Cafe. The menu is limited, but the carbonara is rich and creamy, with bacon, cherry tomatoes, and egg yolk. It is perfect for a romantic night out! For just $10, you can have a delicious pasta dinner with a nice glass of wine at Il Piccolo. Alternatively, if you’d like to try a different style of pasta, head over to a more casual Italian establishment.

Il Piccolo

Il Piccolo in Singapore is an Italian casual eatery that offers patio seating and a menu of seafood, classic pastas, and pizza creations. The menu changes regularly, and you can try something new almost every day. For a casual Italian meal, you should go to Il Piccolo, located on Orchard Road. Read on to learn more about this casual Italian restaurant. After you’ve finished your meal, you might like to try the ice cream and cake!

A hawker food shop serving homemade pasta, Il Piccolo has been serving pasta in Toa Payoh for years. It serves cheap Italian food, and its signature carbonara sauce is rich and creamy. The food is also reasonably priced, at only $10 a dish. For dinner, you can get a large portion of pasta for less than $25, and even a sandwich to take home! But if you are on a budget, don’t miss out on the pasta, which is served at the restaurant.

Pasta Fresca Da Salvatore

12 Pasta hawker stalls to satisfy your italian cravings in Singapore!

For a delicious Italian meal, visit Pasta FRESCA DA SALVATORE in Singapore. It has three outlets in Singapore, including one in the Boat Quay area. The Italian restaurant opened in 1988 and is owned by the same family that owns the original branch in Naples. Pasta Fresca serves authentic South Italian food in a casual atmosphere. Pasta sheets are used to make its Lasagne Gratinate All’ Emiliana.

The restaurant is not yet on Quandoo, but it accepts Giftly. Those who purchase a gift card online can send the money via email or mail. The recipient can then use it for any purchase at the restaurant. The pasta shop at Pasta Fresca Da Salvatore is rated 4.0 by Yelp. The food is excellent, and its service is second to none.

Desmond pasta

In the heart of Kampong Ubi Industrial Estate, you’ll find a hidden gem in the form of Desmond pasta. Run by an ex-chef of P.S. Cafe, this stall offers a simple yet delicious menu. Try the rich creamy carbonara, topped with cherry tomatoes, bacon and egg yolk. You’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. It is also a good place to try local dishes such as suckling on the greens!

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