One door closes, the other open; with Ergon gone, Pasta Supremo took over the space at Suntec City. It is though a pity that the Greek restaurants are declining, hopefully the remaining ones such as BAKALAKI Greek Taverna and Alati Diving Greek Cuisine will remain strong.
Pasta Supremo is a pop-up for 18 months conceptualized by the folks behind Salted Plum. The aim is to provide affordable, quality handmade pasta in Singapore.
The uniqueness of Pasta Supremo is the coloured pasta, using only natural colourings; black by activated charcoal, blue by pea flower, red by beetroot. And all pasta are handmade and dried in the premise.
What to expect from the menu? First is the Build Your Own Pasta. Choose the pasta and next the sauce. Lastly decide if you want to make it a set; Super or Supremo.
On the next page, is the Ala Carte Menu with standard pasta selection, Sides, Stuff On Bread, Sweets and Drinks.
Among the 4 sides, we tried 2 of the outstanding one. First is the highly recommended Spiced Supremo Chicken Skins. Lighly spicy and ultra crispy and tasty, more importantly, addictive. I couldn’t stop after the first bite.
300 Day Grain Fed Fatty Wagyu is yet another item worthy of your stomach space. With flavourful Japanese seasoning together with Thai Chilli Sauce cum the ginger and Japanese pickles to elevate the aroma.
Stuff On Bread
4 stuff on bread. Crowd favourite Avocado & Feta is the most delicated flavour. Julienne of mint crowned the top and this surprisingly elevated the flavour.
For the love of Cheese, Cheesy Cheese AF with a few combination such as mozarella and blue cheese. The result is either you like it or hate it.
If you love mushroom or truffle, the must order is the Mushroom & Black Truffle Cream. Eating this is equivalent to having a thick truffle mushroom soup on the bread.
Lastly it the top favourite, Bak Kwa Jam, a blend of bak kwa, house-made bacon and some other secret ingredients.
Build Your Own Pasta
Supremo Porky Marinara is a twist from the bolognese sauce. The minced meat is now in a ball marinated with 5-spice powder. The dish is covered with aged Parmesan cheese shaving.
The only vegetarian option, Vege Wege Pasta using short pasta with Asian Pesto, corn and mushroom. The result was sweetness amidst the savoury dish.
Pasta Supremo offers a total of 4 house pasta, the other 2 are carnivore selection; Carbonara, but not really and Prawn Olio Olio. We reserved these for our next visit.
Special of The Week
Each week, the team led by Owner-Chef Shaun will develop a new pasta. We happen to savour their Clam Pasta. With anchovy flavour as the base and generous amount of clams to entice all senses.
Pistachio Creme is the best dessert. I could have the entire share to myself. It reminds me of Creme Brulee with the caramel-bites mimicking the caramelized sugar on Creme Brulee.
Each week, there will a special dessert, Sweets of The Day. The week we visited Pasta Supremo, the Passion Fruit Kaffir Tart was offered. If you like it, you need to re-visit them within the same week, otherwise, it will be gone.
Finally, ending the meal with Socked Americano which is using Arabica bean brewed using the local brewing method. Alternatively, go for the White Kopi Latte. If you are looking for Tea, two choices are available; Thai Black Cha and You Thirst-Tea.
We love the al dente in-house made Pasta at Pasta Supremo. Especially, it is all naturally coloured. The flavour are strong, may not be for the liking of the light palate diners.
3 Temasek Boulevard, #01-365 Suntec City Mall, Singapore
Tel: +65 6909 8138
Daily 0900 to 2100
- Circle line – Promenade station or Esplanade station (Exit A)
- Downton line – Promenade
- Suntec Convention Center 36, 70M, 97, 97e, 106, 111, 133, 162, 502, 502A, 518, 518A, 537, 700, 857, 868
- Millenia Walk 36, 56, 75, 77, 97, 107M, 171, 195, 960, 961, NR2, NR5, NR7, NR8
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