Mad for Garlic (Suntec City)

Mad for Garlic is Korea’s first garlic-themed Italian restaurant and with its unique and innovative menu saturated with garlic-specialized Italian cuisine, along with an excellent selection of wines, Mad for Garlic soon became one of Korea's most popular restaurant chains. Needless to say there is a branch in Singapore and it is in Suntec City. So for all you garlic lovers and skeptics alike, Mad for Garlic is one place you should definitely check out; your outlook on garlic will definitely change!

I’ve been to Mad for Garlic twice, once before Suntec City was renovated and another when the mall’s renovation was completed. And I have to admit the second impression was better than the first. Maybe because Dy managed to get a S$30 voucher for S$15 from Groupon that perceptions changed a bit (more)? Haha

garlic baguettes
The fluffy Garlic Baguettes were a delightful start to the dinner; soft fluffy garlic buttery goodness on the inside and nice and crisp on the outside. 2 pieces (half) for S$4.50 and 4 pieces (full) for S$8.50.
Garlicpeno Pasta
Next up… the spaghetti… Garlicpeno Pasta. It was simple, but full of garlic goodness and springy tasty spaghetti with a bit of spice.
Mad Mexi Nacho Pizza
The Mad Mexi Nacho Pizza (S$23.50) was an interesting delight of minced beef topped with generous portions of nachos, a top a thin crust pizza pastry; served with salsa on the side.

All in all we ate a dinner that was worth about S$59 but thanks to the voucher we ended up just S$44 (averaging it out to be about S$22 per person)! Service was prompt and efficient, water was refilled without having to ask (attentive) and when we asked if we could use the Groupon voucher, we were told in a nice way that we could (no discrimination lol). The food was yummy too and yes, I would definitely go back again to eat, even without the vouchers.
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