Do you recall those school days we had, staying up late, hanging out with friends in canteen, restaurant, enjoying meals at an attractive subsidized rate?
It had been quite a while since my last visit to NUS. Then, DG told me that at the University Town Hall, you get to enjoy Italian food at a real good deal. I kind of miss the school days too, so why not?
Our appetizer was Caprese ($11.9). This is the classical food presentation of this dish - slices of tomatoes and fresh mozarella cheese arranged in alternating fashion, sprinkled with chopped basil.
This healthy stew of mixed vegetables and parma ham is called ribollita toscana ($11.90). Despite its look, it was actually quite tasty, but filling too.
Call me cheesy, the gorgonzola sauce on the gnocchi algorgonzola ($10.9) just wasn't up to my 'cheesy' expectation. This is when the parmesan cheese came to the rescue.
Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri ($7.5), a sweet and sour mix blended. It was refreshing and just the right drink to accompany our creamy main dishes.
Cheers, where else can you find a $3.9 per glass red wine?