yes its another birthday bash. i was supposedly to organise this one but half way through i got distracted and my friend abh helped me to choose de place for de celebration. despite de birthday girl whining request, we “democratically” chosen peperoni at greenwood avenue for her birthday.
i personally is not a big fan of greenwood avenue. firstly, its friggin far from my house and de traffic around that area is horrid. and because its at de bukit timah area, i find that most of the people who ate there are pretty chi-chi, and de same apply to de food.
peperoni is a small, homey kinda restaurant ran by le amis group. de service there is pretty good. when we arrived, i noticed they allowed customers to bring their pets (outside of course) and even provided a dish full of water for them. as i was starving, i made de early birds share a plate of calamari with me. de calamari was a bit soggy but it was not terribly overcooked. for de salsa, it was alright. nothing extraordinary.
as everyone arrived, we all ordered our own mains. i got myself a frutti di mare with angel hair. i was pretty disappointed. de pasta was overcooked and de same goes for de rest of de seafood. it was truly forgettable.
i also have a taste of c’s seafood risotto – once again, disappointment. hers was undercooked and i felt there was a lack of pecorino or parmasan – no creaminess no “kick” in that risotto. s also shared her beef bolognese with us. my god its bloody salty. de beefiness is there but de salt. no way in hell i can finish that plate of pasta.
de only good dishes that came from that place were the vongole and de pizza (which i didnt had any as no craving). i also observed that many residents came over and do takeaways for de pizza. so perhaps they really do good pizza.peperoni 6 greenwood avenue hillcrest park +65-64656556 mon-sun: 12pm – 12am