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There’s A New Halal Italian Restaurant In SG That You Should Visit Next

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Cheng Sim  •  Dec 03, 2019

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Every foodie's hunt for halal Italian restaurants in Singapore never ends, and we simply can't get enough of delicious pizzas, creamy pasta and savoury lasagne in our lives! If you're looking for a new casual dining place, there's one restaurant that you should go to profess your love for Italian food 😍
Credit: Giphy Situated on Bali Lane, it's time to welcome Squisito, a newcomer to the Italian food scene in Singapore. Meaning 'delicious' in Italian, the restaurant is all about bringing a local twist to this well-loved cuisine. Browse the menu, and you'll see a selection of fresh bread, pizzas, pasta and risotto vying for your attention 😋
Credit: Aku Faris Tan on Facebook If your heart is set on freshly-made pasta, you can choose anything between Carbonara Classica and Spaghetti Alla Marinara. Otherwise, opt for the chef's recommendation such as Lasagne, Gnocchi de patate with truffle (gnocchi with creamy mushroom truffle sauce) or Ravioli All' Aragosta (lobster meat ravioli served with prawn bisque). The pasta is freshly prepared every day, and you can tell with every slurp! 😋
Credit: Aku Faris Tan on Facebook Sometimes, you can't turn down a good Italian thin-crusted pizza when you see one. Come with a group of friends and enjoy Margherita pizza (tomato with fresh buffalo mozzarella) or Spicy Salami pizza (tomato, mozzarella, chilli and smoked paprika salami). If the group can't decide, there's always the chef's recommendation that'll lean everyone towards Squisito's Speciale di Carne pizza (topped with turkey ham, bacon and beef sausage) or Vesuvio pizza (packed with beef sausage, beef meatballs and chilli) 🔥 
Credit: Aku Faris Tan on Facebook If you're here for dinner, you can't go wrong with their main course! Check out the Involtini Di Manzo, a thin slice of rib eye fillet stuffed with turkey ham, mushroom and ricotta cheese. Otherwise, the Braciola di Agnello (lamb chop with a side of salad and potato fries) and Spigola (pan-seared sea bass fillet served with spinach and potato salad) will satiate your appetite for good food! 😊
Credit: Giphy What's great about Squisito is that you can book a table online! It's also a short walk from Bugis MRT, and that gives you plenty of reasons to dine at this new halal Italian restaurant in Singapore. If you're on the hunt for more dining options,  this is the only Bugis halal food guide you'll ever need  😏 Halal status: Muslim-owned Opening hours: Sun-Thu; 11.30AM-10PM, Fri-Sat; 11.30AM-10.30PM Average price of main dishes: $17 Address: Squisito, 28 Bali Lane, Singapore 189864 Contact: +65 6816 0151 Directions: Alight at Bugis MRT and walk for 4 minutes to reach the restaurant Website | Facebook | Instagram