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PasarBella - A Farmers' Market, Singapore

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  • Keith crackling roast absolutely delicious and not expensive. Go there. Cicely we had spaghetti carbonara and it was so so, especially for the price.  more »
  • Had dinner at oceans of seafood. Restaurant was empty on a wkday night. Sashimi was not the freshest, selection of fish was limited. Not the most value for money.  more »
  • There are several stores here selling fresh seafood, like market you just need to choose what they have and they will prepare and cook for you. Sashimi, oyster, lobster, mussel and clam , grilled fish...  more »
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  • International food in a food court setting. Portions were substantial and the food was generally good. Wagyu burger from James was good value and the patty was nice and juicy. Fries were thick cut and had a lot of bite. Roast pork and char siew were excellent. Better than some old school traditional roast meat stalls, in my opinion. Pizza toppings were fresh and generous. My only issue was the limited ventilation and overall stuffiness of that place.
  • Great place to hang out with a large group because of the many food options but finding seating can be challenging.
  • As the name implies, this used to be the turf club before it moved. interesting mix of East and West eateries including beers and cheese etc. The other end of the building has local food.
  • There's lots of food choices here. Mexican nachos, Spanish paellas, and even fresh seafood. Be prepared to spend about SGD10 to 20 per pax.
  • Food glorious food of all culture .Love the cheese, Thai food and the craft beer.