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Trattoria SolePomodoro

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A trip to Quayside Isle saw us trying out Trattoria SolePomodoro’s traditional wood-fired pizza.



SPECIALE ($25.50) – Tomato sauce, mozzarella, prawns, ham, gorgonzola cheese. The 12-inch pizza arrived at our table, looking pretty appetizing with its charred edges and plentiful chunks of gorgonzola cheese. Unfortunately, the taste wasn’t comparable to the looks. The pizza was generally quite bland and tasteless. The tangy tomato taste was barely evident and the gorgonzola cheese was a tasteless chewy chunk. The small cubes of prawns were miserably scattered across the pizza. Though the crust was very thin, the lackluster toppings and the lack of strong flavours was a major turn-off.

#01-14 Quayside Isle
Sentosa Cove

Written by foodphd

May 10, 2013 at 1:14 pm

Posted in Italian

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  1. Absolutely agree with you. We have been equally disappointment with the Pizza at that place.


    June 23, 2013 at 7:50 pm

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