Cheap & Good: Fresh, handmade pasta at Muslim-owned Tipo pasta bar in Bugis

At this newly opened Muslim-owned joint, all the pasta is handmade and fresh, and the name of the place comes from the high-quality grade of wheat flour typically used to make pasta, called Tipo 00.
At this newly opened Muslim-owned joint, all the pasta is handmade and fresh, and the name of the place comes from the high-quality grade of wheat flour typically used to make pasta, called Tipo 00.PHOTO: TIPO.SG

SINGAPORE - Neat mounds of pasta drying in the front window display of Tipo in the Bugis area are the first sign that this is an authentic pasta bar experience.

When you enter the narrow shophouse space, you are greeted by a tall, multi-level pasta drying rack, with more multi-coloured pastas airing out.

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