Way overpriced for the quality of the food. Way off. Used to be way better year ago. Pasta had no taste.
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elegant italian restaurant very nice pizza and quite nice pasta. price is medium and it would be nice to see at least one italian person the staff.
When doing business meetings in the SCBD area this Italian restaurant is a great place for Italian food. Their coffee is reasonably good. It isn't a coffee specialty house after all. It is in the Pacific Place mall so it provides a high class neutral venue for a business meeting. It doesn't have function rooms, but there are enough nooks... More
Had lunch here with colleague. Menu is decent but food quality was off. I had eggplant parmigiana that was too salty and greasy. Sitting inside is too noisy, and sitting in terrace of all area feels impersonal.
It's a little dark but then the interior was dark wood paneled and it doubled as bar as well. The menu were extensive. I had the spinach ravioli and my sis had lasagna. I have eaten many ravioli and more often than not, many places fail to cook it well. This place cooked it just nice , portion were generous... More
We had a good dinner here last night with a group of colleagues. Menu has nice diversity and range of choices. Meal delivered fairly quickly. Other service was a bit slow. Overall, on the expensive side. Better to sit in the restaurant, and not on the "terrace" which is sitting in the mall hallway itself.
I am an Italian and the food is actually very good especially spaghetti king prawn it's very well done , in fact I think some of their dishes are better than the sea food restos in Italy u used to be able to have a cigar in there and it was always full but not so much these days the... More
I used to go to Sopra a few years back and the food was great! Real authentic Italian. In those days I noticed there was an expat around the place. Presumably Italian. The place used to be packed! I happened to eat there a year or so back and was disappointed. I put it down to a one of bad... More
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