If you’ve heard about The Salted Plum, the brainchild behind it all is Founder and Managing Director – Shawn Kishore (owner of Five Ten Holdings). Here we are at Pasta Supremo, a new space creating dishes that are affordable, accessible and unique with its fusion dishes displayed.
Pasta Supremo, located at Suntec Convention Centre,(directly opposite Gudetama Cafe on ground level), is first-in-Singapore presenting handmade pasta creations which are flavourful, and most importantly, affordable.
This is a pop-up restaurant until late 2020 so cut the queue on your list of restaurants-to-go and head down for a casual go-to pasta haven. You may fancy the option of creating your unique pasta tailored to your tastebuds.
Pastas here are naturally dyed by egg yolk, blue pea flower, beetroot and activated charcoal and this gives them their vibrant colors. Sauces here are also homemade and their toppings range from Burnt Miso Corn, Bak Kwa Jam, 24-month aged Parmigiano Reggiano, Confit Garlic Prawns, Wagyu Karubi, and Unagi.
Fresh Pastas are labelled – Long, Short, Curly.
Four Available Sauces- Haus Marinara, Sichuan Peppers+Chilli+Garlic & Duck Fat, 3 Mushroom Creme, and Asian Pesto.
Supremo Porky Marinara ($15) – made with long pasta and Haus Marinara. Slightly too meaty for my liking but will be a treat for the Meat Lovers. Pork Belly is seared over high heat and simmered for 10 hours, together with a series of ingredients to create the sauce.
Prawn Olio Olio ($20) – made with curly pasta and Sichuan Peppers mix. This was nice with the spicy oil, giving a little mala taste, not too heavy just slightly too spicy for me. Do ask the chef for less spicy if you cannot take the heat! Prawns were juicy and fresh.
Carbonara, but not really ($18) – made with curly pasta and 3 Mushroom Creme, was interesting with the mixture of shimeiji shiitake and seasonal mushrooms with heavy cream, making the texture sauce seemingly mousse-like. Cheese is then generously grated on top before serving.
Vege Wege Pasta ($18) – made with short pasta and Asian Pesto, is perfect for the vegetarian in you.
Sides and Desserts include – “Stuff on Bread” , unconventional snacks like Spiced Supremo Chicken Skins ($6), and 300 day Grain Fed Fatty Wagyu ($15) and many more.
“Stuff on Bread” include Avocado & Feta ($4.50), Mushroom & Black Truffle Cream ($4), Cheesy Cheese AF ($5) and Bak Kwa Jam ($5). In order of preference, i loved the Avocado, Bak Kwa (as this is a very unique creation), Cheesey, and lastly Mushroom.
As for Desserts, Pistachio Creme ($6) is what i will go back for. A small jar yet so satisfying with the burnt sugar bits and chopped up pistachio bits atop the creamy pistachio mousse. Not a fan of mousse but THIS, is a winner.
Sweets of the day($6) was chocolate tart when we tasted, thus here is a slice of the Chocolate Tart. We also ordered some Thai Milk Tea ($4) and Socked Americano ($3), and you’d be glad to know Supremo offers free flow juices and water at only $2.50. Loved the Salted Plum Juice, and Honey Lime Juice.
As this is a pop-up restaurant, i’d highly encourage you to head down soon, as Pasta Supremo really does have some dishes to shout out for. Afterall, who doesn’t like carbs, especially when they are so freshly made, so beautiful, and so affordable ? 😉 Sneaking in some last peeks at what we tasted today, was a wholesome and fulfilling meal!
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard #01-365/344/373/374 Suntec City Mall Singapore 038983
Telephone : +65 6909-8138
Opening Hours: (The restaurant does not take reservations) Daily 9am to 9pm
Payment modes: Cash, NETS, Visa, and Mastercard
Seating capacity | Floor area 80 | 1300 square feet
Nearest parking: Suntec Convention Centre
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Website : http://pastasupremo.co/