Chicken Cordon Bleu

The Italian cuisine is delicious, but sometimes you wish a break. If you want to enjoy a more international meal than spaghetti, pizza and macaroni, Chicken Cordon Bleu is what you need.  Crispy and rich in flavours, this popular chicken filet schnitzel filled with cheese and ham pleases adults and kids, which makes it the […]

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Coppa di maiale scottata in padella con aglio e scalogno

Pan-seared pork collar with garlic and shallots (in Italian, “Coppa di maiale scottata in padella con aglio e scalogno”) is a tasty main course that combines the spicy flavours of the Mediterranean cuisine with the savoury taste of pork. In Pocoloco, this delicious dish is served accompanied with cauliflower purée and baked potatoes that alleviate […]

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POCO LOCO – Food Review

Tucked in the heartlands of Ang Mo Kio, PocoLoco is located at Blk 408, AMK avenue 10. (They have a second outlet in Jurong too!) PocoLoco is a casual Italian dining restaurant that serves quality Italian cuisine at affordable prices.  Zuppe di Melone — chilled melon soup w parma ham [$5] Reviewing this dish first because I think it’s […]

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Pancetta di maiale al forno

“Pancetta di maiale al forno” (in English Roast Pork Belly) is made with the tastiest and fattest cut of pork, the belly.  In PocoLoco, we serve this simple but delicious dish seasoned with the savoury gravy that pork meat naturally releases during its baking. Some few rocket leaves and a split boiled potato are added to […]

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Cosciotto di agnello al forno con patate gratinate e salsa persillade

Savoury and flagrant, roast leg of lamb (in Italian, “Cosciotto di Angello al forno”) is a traditional meat dish very common in all the Mediterranean countries,  where it is usually consumed during weddings or at Easter. In Pocoloco, we serve this rich dish seasoned with some Persillade sauce (a sauce made with Persil, garlic, herbs […]

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Coda alla vaccinara

“Coda alla vaccinara” (In English: stewed oxtail) is one of the most famous (and tastiest) traditional Italian dish, precisely from Rome. It is prepared with oxtail, tomato juice, diced carrots and onions. The oxtail is stewed for long in the tomato juice in order to preserve its tender texture. Diced carrots and onions are added in order […]

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Pork Belly

PocoLoco‘s Chef Special… Slow cooked oven roasted pork belly comes with honey sauce. Slow cooked for 6 hours. to achieved its tenderness and juiciness inside with a crispy skin outside. As to speak with the sauce ” Chef doesn’t use demi glace as most commonly do as the base, he used white wine and honey. It also […]

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Tagliata di Manzo

“Tagliata di manzo” (in English, “sliced steak”, but it would be better translated as “sliced roast beef”) is a  finely sliced roast beef served with few half cut fresh tomatoes and tasty leaves of rocket salad. Pepper, flakes of parmesan, olive oil and vinegar are added to season the rocket salad and complete the savoury […]

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PocoLoco on Deliveroo……

Now you can have PocoLoco‘s Italian foods like Nero Pasta, Uni Pasta, Burrata cheese and Tiramisu at the comfort of your home. Order here

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TODAY Paper (9th April 2016) review PocoLoco

SINGAPORE — Premium pasta from Italy, foie gras served with truffle cream, a fresh green salad with burrata cheese. These may read much like any other Italian restaurant menu — except at PocoLoco, the prices hardly edge past the S$15 mark. “We wanted to open an Italian restaurant with a difference,” said PocoLoco co-owner Keith […]

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