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Pita Pan

Pita Pan

At the end of the Helix Bridge and down the stairs, facing the Art and Science Museum at Marina Bay Sands is Pita Pan, a Vegetarian Mediterranean restaurant.

Red Shakshuka

Red Shakshuka

The Red Shakshuka ($9.90) was a rich spicy sauce of tomatoes, peppers and onions, with 2 poached eggs and served with plain pita. It reminded us of a more generous version of the Tunisian breakfast offered at Wild Honey initially. But on tasting, a difference could be identified. The sauce in the Red Shakshuka was very chunky but hardly spicy. It was a healthy dip for the bland steamed pita. However, after a while, the Red Shakshuka got a little monotonous in texture and flavours. There seemed to be nothing more than just sourish sweet tomato puree.

Hummus with Mushrooms

Hummus with Mushrooms

The Hummus with Mushrooms ($9.90) had a mild spices and herb taste and fragrance. It wasn’t oily and seemingly healthier compared to the one we had at Alaturka Turkish. The sauteed mushrooms added a bit more saltiness and flavour to the hummus. However, we still preferred the English chickpea hummus with no use of strong spices compared to those from the Mediterraneans’, seen here at Pita Pan.

In general, this is one of the cheaper F&B outlets, other than the foodcourt, in MBS where one could grab some healthy vegetarian fare.

Pita Pan
#01-87, Marina Bay Sands
2 Bayfront Avenue


Written by foodphd

December 4, 2011 at 3:19 pm

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  1. great to know there’s such pocket-friendly dining outlet at MBS now,will try out the dishes you showed on this post too 🙂


    January 19, 2012 at 12:20 am

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