[CLOSED] Ah Bong's Italian (Tan Quee Lan)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * We cook comfort Italian food in a casual-hole-in wall-setting. Our menu is deliberately kept small so we can provide you with quality authentic food at affordable prices.

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The small cafe stocks a rotation of carefully curated craft beers that will go down great with any of its dishes. We had the Lervig Lucky Jack, Hofbräu München Original, Matso's Lychee Beer, and Matso's Hit the Toad. Lervig Lucky Jack is the perfect beer to combat the sweltering heat of Singapore with the revitalizing flavors of grapefruit and citrus fruits. Hofbräu München Original is a classic German lager with refreshing, bright and bitter flavors that make it really easy to drink. Matso's Lychee Beer carries a syrupy sweet fragrance of lychees with a sticky mouthfeel with an aftertaste of canned lychee syrup that lingers. Matso's Hit the Toad is rather malty with a delicately sweet taste of corn.

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With extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar (brownies not included)

Perfect bread that was nicely chewy inside and crispy on all surfaces(not only the crust)

Went at 1pm and they were already sold out. Given its the last lunch it's not entirely unexpected but still selling out in 1 hour is amazing

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I knew I had to visit “Ah Bong’s Italian” one more time before Chris moved on to his next venture. Having been really busy of late, it’s only today, on his last day of operations, that I made it. The place was packed as many customers came to have one more dose of his style of Italian cooking.
We started with the Comfort Eggs, that simple but very appetising combination of wobbly soft eggs with sausage, mushrooms sautéed in garlic and topped with grated cheese. This has been such a popular must-have that whenever you arrived late, the risk of having it sold out was high.
After some deliberation, the two pastas we went with were the Sausage Pomodoro, a straight-up Italian dish and the Shoyu Burro, a fusion creation with Japanese soya sauce, Danish butter, chicken, chili and vegetable. Both were part of the amazing value lunch sets (inclusive of a drink and dessert) priced at $12 and $16 respectively,
Thanks again Chris for giving us tasty and very reasonably-priced pastas and other items all these years! I am sure there are many who still remember having their first taste of @ahbongsitalian at your coffeeshop hawker stall in Tiong Bahru.


Burrata (S$14)
Soft Italian cheese 🧀, home-made rustic bread 🍞 , slow-roasted tomatoes 🍅..
Available at @AhBongsItalian
Soft fluffy bread 🍞 pairing the milky buttery cheese 🧀. The place was packed and kind of messy in getting a table. Imagine the one in queue behind got a table before you. That’s kind of situation.
Ah Bong’s Italian
Address 🏠 : 103 Beach Road, # 01-02 Marrison Hotel, Singapore 🇸🇬 189 704
Open 💈 : Weekday : 12pm - 2pm, 6pm - 9pm
MRT 🚇 : Bugis (EW12/ DT14)
Note 📝 : Last day of operation will be 13 April 2018


Been meaning to come here for a long time and fonally managed to (before it closes!) Got the Shoyu Pasta ($12) which had Japanese soy sauce, broccoli and chili. Meal included a drink and a small dessert, which made it super satisfying. Simple and good!


Lunch set 12 nett, a choice of pasta & small piece of brownie & a can of soft drink. Great value and food is pretty decent!

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