Oishii Ristorante is having an omakase promotion for their first year anniversary.
Mazzo Restaurant & Bar, Club Street: Italian Food Approved by the Former Sri Lankan President
Executive Chef Gino, who helms the kitchen at Mazzo at Club Street, used to cook for former Sri Lankan President Maithripala!
Osteria BBR by Alain Ducasse, Raffles Hotel: Change Soup, Didn’t Change Medicine
BBR by Alain Ducasse at Raffles Hotel rebranded to Osteria BBR. But nothing changes.
Trattoria La Vita, Clarke Quay: Itameshi (Italian-Japanese Cuisine), I Love It But My Friend Says It’s Average
My friends and I have differing opinions on Trattoria La Vita at Clarke Quay.
Dopo Teatro, Esplanade: Itameshi Cuisine (Italian Classics with Japanese Ingredients) and Pizzas Made from 36-hour Fermented Dough
Taking over Barossa Gastrobar at level 1 of Esplanade Mall, Dopo Teatro (or “after theatre” in Italian) is the latest dining concept from Creative Eateries and aims to provide patrons with a taste of traditional Italian cuisine combined with premium Japanese ingredients.
Buko Nero, Tanjong Pagar: A Perfect Italian Meal From Bread to Dessert
Established in 2000, Italian restaurant Buko Nero still shines brightly.
Solo Ristorante, Amoy Street: Your Ticket to Northern Italy
Solo Ristorante at Amoy Street has a new chef and the Italian food is fantastic.
Lucali BYGB, Lavender: Lifestyle Pizza
We didn’t like Lucali BYGB at Lavender.
195 Pearl Hill Cafe, Chinatown: The Haunting (Good Food) of (Pearl) Hill (Terrace) House
195 Pearl Hill Cafe serves Italian pasta and Hainanese pork satay.
Monte Risaia, Duxton: New Itameshi (Japanese-Italian) Omakase by Marusaya group
Monte Risaia by Marusaya offers 3- and 4-course set menus at $68++ and $98++ respectively.