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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Carpaccio

Welcome to PocoLoco!  Sit down, relax, and enjoy one of our delicious appetizers as you await your carefully-prepared meal.  Bruschetta is not the only Italian appetizer we serve, although it is certainly one of the most famous. We have a number of delicious appetizers ready to tempt your taste buds and prepare you for your main course.  Consider […]

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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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Chianti Tenuta Sette Ponti Vigna di Pallino

Vigna di Pallino The Chianti Vigna di Pallino takes its name from the grower who, for many years, lovingly looked after this vineyard, already present on cadastral maps dating to the beginning of the 1800’s. From the heart of the estate, produced largely with Sangiovese and without the use of oak, it is a wine […]

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Pinot Grigio Klodic

Area of Production Fruili Isonzo Terrain Stony alluvial soil Varieties Pinot Grigio 100% Production One bottle per plant Harvest By Hand Vinification The most important component of the klodic vinification process is the maceration of the grapes for thirty-six hours. After this crucial maceration period, the undergo fermentation and the must are left on the […]

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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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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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Zuppa di Pesce

“Zuppa di pesce” means simply fish soup. It is a tasty and very traditional dish that belongs to the cuisine of the poorest. Once, fish soup was made by using offal or other fish wastes; Today, fresh fish and seafood are preferred. According to the tradition, this soup is served very warm and watery with […]

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Insalata Rucola

Spicy and savoury, rocket salad (in Italian, “Rucola”) is a great side dish for any red meat main course. Its characteristic deeply pinnately lobed leaves with crispy and fragrant texture make “Rucola” different from other salads. Definitely a salad with personality, “Rucola” can also accompany mature cheeses like parmesan, and seafood, especially shrimps. In PocoLoco, we […]

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Capesante

”Capesante” (in English, scallops) are saltwater clams. They are much appreciated by gourmands because of their delicate and slightly sweet taste. In some Italian reasons, “Capesante al forno” (in English, “Baked clams”) are a traditional dish for festivities. In PocoLoco, we serve “Capesante al forno” accompanied with capsicum puree and flavoured butter, as capsicum creates a […]

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