$9.50 · 5 Reviews

The signboard menu above the ordering/payment counter stated “Aglio e Olio (add seafood 8), which hubby interpreted as they add 8 pcs of seafood in this pasta dish. What it actually meant was seafood could be added at an additional $8. I knew sthg was wrong when he merrily presented me with the receipt and announced that he got Seafood Aglio Olio for me at just $15.

Of cos, what came was just plain Aglio Olio with sliced chili and loads of garlic. Taste wise, i could not complain. Perfectly seasoned and so al dente. It was a great pasta dish. I took some prawns from my laksa and instantly this became Seafood Aglio Olio.

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This laid-back trattoria at Singapore Botanic Gardens is the place to grab a pizza while your furry friend gets a bit of sun. The alfresco area at Casa Verde welcomes dogs of all sizes. It's very popular among dog owners and young families, so expect to pick your way through both dogs and toddlers alike. Food-wise, Burppler Carrie Carrie recommends the Laksa ($9.50), which she said is worth every cent she spent. Ask for belacan if you fancy more of kick, like she did. Casa Verde also does excellent pizzas (from $24) — it's hard to go wrong when everything is good! Pro tip: If you want to hang out in the gardens while noshing on good food, consider getting the Picnic Basket ($30), filled with hearty bites including two six-inch pizzas, to take with you out onto the greens. We're sure your pooch would love the extra space.
Avg Price: $25 per person
Photo by Burppler Carrie Carrie

This $9.50 laksa wasn't cheap but it was amazing! I ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ the laksa here. Do request for belacan chili cos that really upped the amazement factor. If this wasn't a public place, I would lick the bowl.