Food, Travel

Pasta B: Singaporian Food In The Heart Of Milan

28th November 2016

Being the food lover that I am, I’m constantly on the look out for authentic delicious food while discovering new cities. So when I got invited to try out Singaporean food with a fusion twist in the heart of Milan, I simply couldn’t refuse. Welcome to Pasta B, a small laid back restaurant with reminiscence of China town, just moments away from il Duomo in Milan.

Known for their famous Singapore style dumplings I promise you wont be left disappointed. Grilled, steamed or boiled are the different cooking styles for their wide selection of dumplings completely hand made, enriched with different and tasty fillings to melt in your palate…

It was a totally pleasant evening and not only was the food at the highest of standards but so was the service. Friendly, courteous, they truly made you feel at home.

During the evening we tried a few dishes of their signature dim sums in all variations. I can see why these are incredibly popular and trust me when I say they are damn good! I highly recommend the pan fried dim sums, simply divine! We also tried various noodle dishes, I was a total fan of their thai style stir fried noodles – a definite must if you like it slightly spicy!

A little history lesson…

In 1989 on Singapore’s Chinatown, the Han’s opened the Jing Hua Xiao Chi, a place specialised on preparing dumplings. In no time whatsoever long queues formed outside the place and the customers were left satisfied with the Han’s home made noodles and dumplings.

The Jing Hua menu has remained untampered ever since it was created on the restaurant at Neil Road in Singapore, where a brief selection of high quality dishes can be found, the ones that distinguish the Han family’s Jing Hua. As it is tradition, also at Pasta B Milano all of their products are thoughtfully made by hand with great care and passion.

So there you have it, authenticity in the heart of Milan.

PS. Make sure to try out their cocktails, they are soooooo good! 

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