Italian cuisine with a Singapore twist.
Garlic and olive oil have long been known for their health benefits and healing properties. It is no wonder that the foundations of our restaurant rest on these two health-promoting spices. ‘Aglio’, in Italian, means garlic, and ‘olio’ means olive.
Being the first restaurant to localise pasta, the Italian fare served at Aglio Olio comes with a Singapore twist – the use of chilli padi as a substitute for the usual chilli flakes – culminating in the birth of a dish to call Singapore’s very own.