The brainchild of the popular Taiwanese restaurant, The Salted Plum, is back with a brand new concept – Pasta Supremo, that focuses on handmade pastas that are customisable, full of flavour and most importantly, very affordable. Situated within Suntec City, diners can build their very own pasta (according to their preferences) from a generous selection of vibrantly-hued and naturally dyed homemade pasta, sauces and a range of toppings such as Burnt Miso Corn, Bak Kwa Jam (MY FAV), 24-month aged Parmigiano Reggiano, Confit Garlic Prawns,Wagyu Karubi, and Unagi. *Pasta comes in 3 shapes – Long, Short & Curly as well as flavours such as egg yolk, blue pea flower, beetroot and activated charcoal.

Besides their to-die-for pastas, Pasta Supremo also offers other mouth-watering dishes such as Stuff on Bread (A MUST-TRY) which comes in 4 flavours – Bak Kwa Jam (damn shiok), Mushroom & Black Truffle Cream, Avocado & Feta and Cheesy Cheese AF. It’s hard to pick a favourite, so go for all!

For the office people who are looking for a quick and affordable lunch around Suntec City, you can definitely get it sorted out at Pasta Supremo without breaking the bank. Since the restaurant is also so spacious, it’s also perfect for any large gatherings!

Look at all these hearty dishes from Pasta Supremo! Food is good, portion is generous and it’s so reasonably-priced! Can’t wait for my next visit to the restaurant! Anyone wanna go with me?

Spiced Supremo Chicken Skins ($6)
The chicken skin was fried to perfection – crispy and flavoursome! But I would have loved it even more if it was less salty! Probably would be better if you pair it with your pasta!

300 Day Grain Fed Fatty Wagyu ($15)
For the beef-lovers, you need to order this when you’re at Pasta Supremo! So tender please!!! Can’t stop at one!

Stuff on Bread
This is a MUST-TRY (I can’t emphasise more)! It’s really hard to choose a FAV cos I thought they were all good in their own way. Avocado & Feta (I mean you can’t go wrong with avocado) at $4.50, Bak Kwa Jam (everyone was raving at this and their Bak Kwa Jam is make in-house) at $5), Mushroom & Black Truffle Cream (YESH) at $3 and Cheesy Cheese AF at $5!

Supremo Porky Marinara // $15
Thank god the tomato flavour wasn’t too overpowering and the pasta at Pasta Supremo wasn’t too saucy (that’s a good thing). Meat ball was also tender and flavourful.

Carbonara, But Not Really // $18
Indeed, this ‘carbonara’ doesn’t tastes like the usual carbonara at all, except it being very creamy. Instead of using milk, the base of the cream is essentially mushroom soup (pureed mushroom) which explains the strong but fragrant mushroom flavour in the pasta. Was it jelat? Not at all!

Prawn Olio Olio // $20
This blue pea pasta was one of my favourite at Pasta Supremo. Unlike the usual Aglio Olio, the pasta wasn’t too oily and they were really generous with the prawn servings.

Vege Wege Pasta // $22
Some of you might not be used to the flavour of this pasta (pesto sauce with a mix of herbs) but I thought it was fine! It gets better and better with every mouthful!

Pistachio Creme // $6
If you like a good pistachio dessert, you should go for this. Pistachio is lightly roasted and it goes really well with the pistachio custard!

Passion Fruit Kaffir Tart // $6
Personally, I prefer this as compared to the Pistachio Creme. It was not overly sour and has a texture similar to pineapple tart!

 

 

 

Nearest Mrt Station: Esplanade/Promenade
Location: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City, #01-365/366/373/374, Singapore 038983
What To Order: Carbonara, But Not Really, Stuff on Bread and Passion Fruit Kaffir Tart
Restaurant Rating: 3.5/5
Food Ratings: 7.5/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)

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