Pasta Manna: Great stuff I missed the last round

With holydrummer and iwatch_ueat

This is an accidental blog since I had blogged about Pasta Manna a few months ago, I never had the intention of blogging them again. But it so happened that I received a call from David asking if I could take some pictures for him to use for his menu board and after taking pictures of 8 of his menu items and sampling them, I realised that I had actually missed out on a few gems. It would be an injustice to them, as well as to you if I did not tell you about some really good stuff which I missed the last round.

Do try the mushroom soup. It is freshly made from shitake and button mushrooms and at $2.50 is one of the cheapest mushroom soup around which actually tastes pretty good. There is a generous amount of mushrooms and the soup is really creamy. 4/5The other item is the Creamy Mushroom pasta which is one of the cheapest way to really satisfy your craving for cream based pasta! $4 4/5

Those of you who like spicy stuff should try their Matriciana which really has that spicy and tangy kick to it 4/5 and for those Ah Peh’s (GrandUncles) who still prefer stir fried stuff, their Stir Fried Pasta with Chilli Padi can really pack a punch! 3.5/5

Conclusion

Those living in the East don’t need to travel all the way to the West to enjoy a Value for Money Pasta in the same style as Mien!

Disclosure: Phototaking Session for Pasta Manna. No fee was charged for the photos, no money was paid for the Pasta.

Pasta Manna
Address

Old Airport Road Food Centre (Renovated) #01-81
Singapore

Opening hours:

12:30 PM to 10:30 AM

 
Closed:

Mondays

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