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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Publico Deli

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    Pancakes and Berries
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    Mediterranean Scramble
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    Sparkling Espresso

For a casual Italian dining experience without the exorbitant flight ticket, head to Publico Deli at InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay. With a focus on fresh Italian produce, the vibrant Italian Deli at The Quayside aims to evoke the lively eateries and sidewalk cafes that dot Italian neighborhoods.

On the menu is casual, contemporary cuisine featuring Italian touches—like the Tostada Catalana, a sourdough sandwich of grated fresh tomato and cured Pata Negra; and the Mediterranean Scramble, a dish of scrambled egg whites, Mediterannean-spiced yogurt and marinated chicken breast. There’s also an all-day breakfast menu, specialty burger, plus a selection of fresh salads and paninis available throughout the day.

Of course, what’s a delicatessen without coffee? No Italian coffee here, unfortunately, but local coffee roaster Liberty Coffee steps up to the plate to provide fresh, artisanal brews. Take your cuppa with Italian treats like crunchy biscotti and freshly baked pastries, against floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the space with welcome light. Come night, Publico Deli transforms into a dessert cafe, to serve up an array of European sweets like tiramisu pots, profiteroles and a variety of revolving tortas and crostatas. Delizioso. 

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Phone: 6826-5041
Publico Deli, 1 Nanson Rd., Singapore, 238909 Singapore

Nearest Train:


Opening Hours:

daily 6:30am-midnight

Open Since:

October, 2017
Publico Deli
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