Saizeriya originated from Japan, specialising in Italian and Japanese fusion dishes. It has got to be one of the cheapest restaurants you can find in a shopping mall. The first time I went to the branch in Liang Court was before I started this food blog, and I doubt I have the pictures of what I ate during the first visit haha...
Baked Asari Clam S$3.90
The oven-baked clams were of adequate freshness, although I wished they could be bigger in size. While it might be a tad too salty, I enjoyed the garlic aroma emanating from the dish.
Apart from the appetiser above, my friend and I got ourselves the value-for-money set lunch each, comprising a small bowl of salad, a main course and free flow beverages. Pika's advice: To get the set lunches, come down on weekdays between 11.00am and 5.00pm.
Small Salad (Set Menu)
I enjoyed the salad which had fresh, crisp vegetables drizzled with mayonnaise sauce which wasn't overly heavy. Halfway through, I added a bit of olive oil which could be taken from one of the condiments corners for added fragrance.
Carbonara Lunch S$7.90
Hamburger Lunch S$8.90
The beef hamburger was tender and moist, laden with brown sauce which I thought could be a bit sweeter to balance the flavour further. It came with potato wedges, sweet corn kernels and a fried sunny-side up egg which could be less dry.
Oreo Cheesecake S$3.90
I like the fact that the tables in the restaurant are well-separated from one another. Service was friendly and pretty efficient, except that the staff could help to clear the plates after giving us the dessert.
Saizeriya Ristorante e Caffé
180 Kitchener Road
#B2-55/56 City Square Mall
(Daily: 11.00am - 10.00pm)
*Prices quoted are nett prices.
Have a nice meal,Cliff(y)