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Mad for Garlic

Originating from Korea since 2001, Mad for Garlic is one of Korea's most popular restaurant chains renowned for its unique garlic-specialised Italian cuisine. The first Mad for Garlic made its debut in Singapore in 2009. With the chef's special preparation method that removes the garlic's pungent Read More

No. 3 Temasek Blvd, #02-300/301
Suntec City
Suntec City
+65 6238 1930

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Recent Reviews
Everything on the menu, including the desert has garlic in it. My pizza was average as the garlic and Gorgonzola cheese were quite strong together. My husband enjoyed his garlic steak and said it was cooked to perfection. If you love garlic, then pay a visit to this restaurant.Read more
I guess the best way to sum up this restaurant is that it's korean run, serving Italian food with generous amounts of garlic. We had the snow cheese pizza, which was basically shrimp and pineapple pizza with the server grating I think parmesan over it in front of you. Also had the pretty rich lasagne with copious amounts of garlic. Both were quite good. May come back.Read more
I’m really not a fan of garlics but the food here is really tasty and good! Not to be missed is the Garlic Snowy Pizza and Garlic Tower (not sure if I got the names right). Not my first time there and definitely not gonna be my last. 😊Read more
We chose to eat here for the final night of my trip to Singapore. The food and service were okay, but even now, I have so many questions relating to an item called the garlic bread tower. Upon service of the dish, our waitress mashed the bread and garlic together inside the baguettes crust before slicing it into 4 pieces. I have been to Italy, eaten in Michelin starred restaurants, but I have never seen this madness. Why? Who decided this needed to be a thing? What purpose does it serve? I fear, we may never know.Read more
My partner and I thought it's a great idea to end our 5-day trip in Singapore by having dinner at this restaurant, and that seemed not brilliant idea at all. Food seemed quite pricey for what we've got, and took ages to arrive. Staff kept on ignoring us when we wanted the menu, so had to find the menu for ourselves. Waitress was asked if the food we ordered comes with rice; was told 'no', but was assured both our orders have mashed potato, so we didn't order anything more. When it arrived, only one had mashed potato and the other was plane steaks! A different waitress was asked as lady who took our orders was busy, and was then told "your order is different that's you why get any mashed potatoes". Didn't bother arguing, we just finished our meal and promised not to return nor recommend.Read more