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Mad for Garlic offers some of the best Western cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for family gatherings and large groups. From Fresh pizza to pasta its extensive menu is reflective of the restaurant’s efforts to cater to every palate.This restaurant is located in Suntec City Mall along Temasek Boulevard. The Original Wine and Garlic restaurant, Mad For Garlic offers more than 40 kinds of Italian dishes with a variety of wines and beverages. They have a seating capacity of 80 with a private room and another 40 for alfresco dining.MUST TRY: Indulge in their mouth-watering dishes such as Shrimp and Garlic Sprout Pasta, Crab and Lobster Pasta, Garlic Snowing Pizza, and Garlic Pane.For their drinks, they offer beer, coffee, tea, soft drink, signature ade and wines.
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Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:00
Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 23:00
Sun: 11:30 - 22:00
3 Temasek Boulevard, #02-300/301 Suntec City Mall
European, Italian, Pizza, Western
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