37 Joo Chiat Place
#01-01
Singapore 427761

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:45pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:45pm
06:30pm - 11:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:45pm
07:00pm - 11:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 02:45pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 02:45pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:45pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:45pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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The dough was out of this world! So soft yet well toasted, i enjoyed every bit of it. We also ordered the Mussels soup, Squid Ink pasta and Spaghetto with Gamberi (Prawn Pasta?), those were not too bad, found it rather bland and common-tasting 🤪

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@cuginisingapore is a long running Italian establishment in Singapore, but this is my first time ever sampling their fare. And if this plate of Tagliatelle Alla Bolognese ($35++) is any indication of the standards at Cugini, this’ll be the first of many visits.⠀

Bolognese pasta has always been a bit of a Plain Jane, and I usually pass it over in favour of flashier menu options. This time, some invisible force compelled me to order a portion of the bolognese, which happened to be a special on the Friday I popped in for dinner. I owe said invisible force a couple of beers, because this bolognese is beyond breathtaking.⠀

The meaty ragu of Iberico pork & wagyu beef has been painstakingly & slowly simmered down into the thick, tantalising sauce you see, resulting in meat that quite literally melts in your mouth without chewing. The proteins have broken down so well over the course of the braise that merely prodding a piece of meat with your fork is sufficient to break it up. The sauce is definitely much more on the heavy, beefy & sapid side as opposed to the more common tangy tomato-y flavour profile, which I thoroughly loved.⠀

The homemade tagliatelle was epic, with a sprightly springiness and a delightful bite. The just al dente noodles were perfect for mopping up every last drop of the ridiculously rich & redolent ragù, and its broad flat profile was the perfect pasta for delivering that majestic, meaty ragù as efficiently as possible onto your tongue. The chunks of carrots from the soffritto (the Italian equivalent of mirepoix) base that were present within the pasta were stunningly soft, a testament to the painstaking amount of time & effort put into cooking down the ragù into its gloriously delicious final form.⠀

The terrific Tagliatelle Alla Bolognese is an eye watering $35++, but it is ludicrously mouthwatering, and I’d splash the cash again without hesitation.

Don’t recommend this unless you prefer non-traditional carbonara that is more soupy w unnecessary spices. Get the signature pastas instead of the classics!

Yummy pizza! But we felt that it could be slightly thicker to balance out the saltiness. Nonetheless the dough had a gd bite and crust that was slightly crisp, prawns were fresh and succulent 👍🏼

This was my favourite dish of the night! Ravioli was al dente, loved the truffle butter sauce ☺️ was quite a good portion for a ravioli dish too!

If u like the slightly chewy but not too thick type of pizza crust with mild leopard prints , their pizza base is great . 70% hydration n made of 7 types of stone ground grain ( don’t ask me why so many types u go urself n ask the Chef pls ) . The pasta with Bottarga ( cured mullet roe) was the star dish for us .

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