Panna Cotta

“Panna cotta” is a traditional Italian dessert made of cream, milk, gelatine and sugar. According to the traditional recipe, some raspberries or liquid chocolate combined with caramel may be poured on its top to decorate this minimalistic but delicious Italian dessert. Recently, new ways of decorations have come up, like orange flowers, strawberries, honey and […]

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Pasta con le Barbabietole

“Pasta con le barbabietole” (in English, beetroot noodles) is one of the most classical Italian “Tagliatelle colorate” (coloured noodles). The reddish colour of this kind of pasta is obtained simply by adding some minced beetroots to the dough of “tagliatelle”. The effect is not only visual; beetroots affect the taste of your pasta, though not so […]

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Cappuccino

Cappuccino is a delicious Italian coffee drink that is prepared with espresso (espresso is a very concentrated coffee) mixed with hot milk and decorated on its top with milk foam or cream which PocoLoco serve to our guests Its texture is different from ordinary coffee (American or espresso). Milk foam makes your cappuccino feel much thicker and foamy […]

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Fancy Italian food so cheap you’ll go ‘loco’

P.S ‘loco’ means crazy in Spanish. Nondescript, self-effacing exterior and interior at best, which is worrying to a certain degree but it’s ultimately what lies underneath as inner beauty. In a restaurant’s case, their abilities to dish out good food should be the main concern. Being at such an neighborhood location makes PocoLoco highly undiscoverable. And affordable […]

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Pane

Pane – homemade bread serve with olive oil or butter Homemade Focaccia, a traditional flat bread flavoured with rosemary. Italian style, dip with extra virgin olive and balsamic vinegar. Or you can just do it with butter.

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Alternative Cuisine

Buon Giorno! PocoLoco provides alternative meal for heartlanders in Ang Mo Kio. Beside zi char now you can have quality italian cuisine. See people enjoy PocoLoco’s italian foods like burrata cheese, pane at really affordable price. PocoLoco Chinese New Year Special. Buon Appetito

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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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Espresso

Probably there is nothing else better than espresso to flag a place as Italian. This thick, foamy, strongly coffee flavoured beverage has conquered the world because of its genial simplicity. And in PocoLoco, as in every Italian restaurant Singapore worthy of its name, we do our best to make it perfectly. Espresso (in Italian “caffé espresso”) is not to be […]

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Pici agli scampi

Fragrant and delicate, “Pici agli scampi” (in English, pasta with scampi) is a traditional Tuscan seafood dish that is enjoyable all year long. “Pici” is the name of a type of homemade pasta that looks like spaghetti and that is quite common in Southern Tuscany and Northern Latium (an area near Rome). Its recipe is incredibly simple, […]

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Zuppa di funghi

Our “Zuppa di funghi” (in English, mushroom soup) is made with white mushrooms, cream, parsley and truffle essence. The spicy flavour of truffles perfectly pairs with the delicate taste of white mushrooms in this dish that has many of the flavours of the Italian forest in September. Fresh truffles are not always available on the […]

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