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Italian Food At Modesto's and Cold Stone, Vivo City, Singapore

NEXT DESTINATION... VIVO CITY...

Not surprising to see that the shopping mall is crowded, after all, it was a Saturday... There is a reason for coming by here but I cannot remember it until now.  All I have are these pictures and the food that we had for our early dinner.  Oh yes, I was told... when it comes to food in Singapore, go for the International type of food instead of the chu-char.... In Ipoh, we can easily get the chinese chu-char but definitely not these western food which I could not really get in my own hometown....
At the ground floor where we came out from the parking bay....
Vivo City in Singapore... 
Few years apart and yet the Big Difference!
One definitely consumed more than the other during their younger days!
LOL... 
Oh yes!  We came here purposely for the Italian Food!
There have discounts for early birds... 
And we went for that... 30% off for those who dine at 5pm....
And we ordered three main dishes.... 
Pizza is one of them... 
The more Cheesy, the Better for me!
Seafood Aglio Olio... 
With lots of clams that the noodles were almost hidden....
And this is the Best!
Seafood Spaghetti....
Three big prawns among others... mussels, clams, squids... 
We enjoyed our early dinner very much... 
With drinks this dinner cost around $70sgd... 
And the meal is not complete without something cold, right?
And so......  Cold Stone it is!
And someone loves the waffle so we must not go home without this!!
ahhhh... a very complete meal in Singapore...
Time to get back to Johor after a long day.... 
Rest.. rest..... 

Comments

  1. The food looks fantastic! I am loving the loaded pizza.

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  2. cold stone is in kl now! but i have not tried it here yet. only tried in taiwan. i love your seafood pasta cos there are so much seafood in it.

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    1. Oh, I didn't know that.. if Ipoh has, they will have a fan.. hahahaa..

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  3. Italian. I could only.think of pizza and pasta when it comes to Italian cuisine. Haha.

    I love waffle with ice cream on top too.

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    1. Yeah, I am like you too.. and spaghetti too!

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  4. Your son looks so huge and tall besides your petite daughter lol, the more cheesy the pizza the better for me too

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  5. I love these beautiful and interesting chandeliers. And that modern sculpture. Your children are truly so beautiful!! Ah, to be young again. We have a Coldstone! They used to sing to you while mixing the ice cream. All the food looks so delicious! Especially the pizza.

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    1. Yes, I will go for Coldstone the next round in US

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  6. I love the pork trotters at Modesto's. Yumsssss!!!!

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