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  • 28Wilkie: Singapore’s First Caviar Bar At Wilkie Road Serves The Delicacy In Its Finest Quality

    Last Updated: March 17, 2017
    When we talk about caviar, what pops into your mind? If you have the impression that caviar is a delicacy that comes with an exorbitant price tag and an acquired taste to get accustomed to, ...
  • Casa Tartufo: Italian Restaurant In Chinatown Serves Everything With Truffles On Its Menu

    Last Updated: March 24, 2017
    What's not to love about truffles? Here at Casa Tartufo, savour fresh black winter truffles which are integrated into their Italian, truffle-centric menu. The restaurant is style with a ...
  • FOO’D By Davide Oldani: Ingenuity In Food At Victoria Concert Hall

    Last Updated: March 22, 2017
    When I was younger, I went to Victoria Concert and Theatre Hall a lot because my church service was held there, but I hadn't had the chance to take a look after the renovations started in ...
  • Seven7h Cucina: Fall In Love With The ‘Pizza-Burger’ Served At A Halal Italian Fusion Restaurant In Novena

    Last Updated: February 18, 2017
    It's not often that you find good and affordable Italian cuisine in Singapore, let alone served in a halal restaurant. Seven7h Cucina is a breath of fresh air for the muslim community, thriving ...
  • Panorama: Free-flow Friday Alcohol Buffet Starting At $14.90

    Last Updated: January 27, 2017
    Panorama by Pasta Fresca Da Salvatore is literally a secret drinking hole located above Pasta Fresca. From the balcony, you'll have a panoramic view of the Singapore River while sipping on wines, ...
  • iO Italian Osteria: Affordable Italian Cuisine in Hillv2 Transports You To Mini Italy

    Last Updated: November 30, 2016
    iO Italian Osteria should be on your bucket list. If your loved ones are craving for Italian, you are tight on a budget to splurge on a Italian fine dining, but you want to eat happily without ...
  • PocoLoco Microbrewery: Jurong’s First Casual Italian Diner & Microbrewery

    Last Updated: July 15, 2016
    Italian cuisine, known as a more sophisticated cuisine with premium quality, normally comes with premium sky-high prices as well. PocoLoco, however, offers Italian food at extremely affordable ...
  • 12 Best Pizza Places in Singapore You Would Give Up Netflix and Chill For

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Pizza Pizza Pizza, ah, the most flexible modern day comfort food for the millennials. You can eat pizza on a formal dinner date in a classy Italian restaurant, or casually at home when you're just ...
  • Ristorante Takada: Japanese Italian Fine Cuisine Hidden In a Condominium at Alexandra Road

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    Ristorante Takada - an Italian fine dining restaurant that incorporates premium and seasonal Japanese Ingredients into its dishes. With an all-Japanese kitchen staff, the restaurant boasts of ...
  • PocoLoco: Casual Italian Restaurant in Ang Mo Kio

    Last Updated: March 7, 2016
    Fancy Italian food so cheap you'll go 'loco' P.S 'loco' means crazy in Spanish. Nondescript, self-effacing exterior and interior at best, which is worrying to a certain degree but it's ...
  • NUVO Kitchen + Bar: Contemporary Japanese Italian by the Bay with 1-for-1 mains

    Last Updated: February 25, 2016
    NUVO returns with a new venue by the bay. And, their venue isn't the only thing that's new. NUVO is now armed with a new view, new concept and a newly revamped menu by Mark Richards, Caerus ...
  • IlLido: Sweep Your Date Away For a Romantic Italian Evening

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
    Dine at Singapore's very own Amalfi Coast. ilLido was  inspired by Venice's Lido Island that is exceedingly picturesque- ilLido at the Cliff is also on our own version of an island, Sentosa. ...
  • Zafferano: Festival Della Pasta – Italian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: December 7, 2015
    The best of Northern & Southern Italian Pasta Cuisines at Zafferano. Zafferano is one of the best-kept secrets in our recent times. Perched at the 43rd floor of the Ocean Financial Center in the ...
  • Terra by Seita: Singapore restaurant review

    Last Updated: November 8, 2015

    Tokyo Italian in Singapore

    Terra - Exterior Tras Street is fast becoming my new favourite place to drink and dine. I was therefore delighted to get a sneaky peak at the latest addition to the neighbourhood - Terra by Seita. Championing a fusion of Japanese and Italian cuisine, this is a unique concept that initially left me confused. How on earth could the regional simplicity of Italian cooking be paired with a cuisine famed for sushi, sashimi and soba? I was about to find out... ...
  • Zafferano: Singapore Italian Brunch Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    Zafferano’s Great Saturday Italian Brunch!

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    I have always had an inexplicable fondness for anything Italian - the Ferrari’s, Monica Bellucci, Michelangelo’s art to their world famous Italian cuisine *said with that Italian hand gesture*.

    I have imagined gathering up my tifosi on a nice Saturday afternoon, lounging in a posh Italian restaurant with the best available view, acting out my Italian fantasy of being an Italian playboy while eating my heart out on authentic Italian cuisine.

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  • Equilibrium: Singapore Modern Italian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: September 17, 2015

    Venetian Tapas Never Seen in Singapore.

    Equilibrium italian restauant singapore This duplex café while tastefully decorated, looks nothing like an Italian restaurant and this is exactly how your dining experience will begin. Brought to you by the team behind Supply and Demand, Chef Samdy Kan intends to tantalize your taste buds visually and evoke all senses involved for truly modern Italian dining experience. As the name suggest, Equilibrium aims to strike a balance with traditional Venetian cuisine using modern techniques. ...
  • La Braceria: Singapore Italian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: August 19, 2015

    So authentic*, even the Italian Embassy caters from them!

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    *authentic (pronounced ɔːˈθɛntɪk); adjective: authentic.
    1. made or done in the traditional or original way, or in a way that faithfully resembles an original.
    "the restaurant serves authentic Italian meals”
    2. a criteria by which embassies take into consideration in the selection of their official caterer.

    La Braceria is a hidden gem of an Italian restaurant that is tucked behind a more conspicuous row of restaurants in the Greenwood enclave in Bukit Timah. It is a rather humble restaurant founded and owned by Chef Fabio Iannone, who also founded Limoncello Pizza & Grill at Robertson Quay.

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  • “Viaggio Italiano” Basilico With The Best Flavours from South and North Italy

    Last Updated: June 6, 2015

    "Flavours of North and South Italy"

    Basilico logo Basilico has always been a highly regarded restaurant, known for its quality and excellence. Besides presenting food of variety and value, the constant change and updates to the menu is part of what sets it apart from other restaurants. Earlier at the beginning of this year, Basilico embarked on a yearlong theme which has been planned to vary over four different categories, all different regions of Italy. With “Central Italy” and “Islands of Italy” being covered from January to March and April to June respectively, we take a look at what to anticipate from July onwards. ...
  • 2it & Drink: Singapore Italian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: May 1, 2015

    "Hidden Italian Gem at River Valley"

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    2it & drink is the latest venture into an Italian casual dining from the connoisseurs of fine Italian dining concept, OTTO. 2it & drink's unique name is a witty play on the word “eat” and the abbreviation of “Italy” (it) – hence, 2it & drink. With many familiar favourites, as well as more interesting innovations, diners are spoilt for choice with the myriad of options available.
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  • &SONS: Singapore Gastrobar Review | The Entertainer 1-for-1

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    "Italian Small Plates"

    &SONS singapore Tucked back in a cosy corner amidst the busy streets of chinatown, &SONS provides a convivially pleasant enclave in which patrons can hold banter over a couple of drinks and even better bar food. ...
  • 22 Best Italian Restaurants You Can Find in Singapore

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    What makes a good Italian restaurant in Singapore? Is it the authenticity, or is it simply how good you felt while dining there? I would vote for the latter and say that there are many good ...
  • Marriott Pool Grill: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: February 17, 2015

    "Casual lunch by the pool"

    MARRIOTT pool bar-0706 Nestled away in the 5th floor of the Marriott Hotel lies Pool Grill, a trendy, resort-style al fresco dining bar/restaurant settled next to an idyllic poolside to match. A quiet moment is hard to grasp in this bustling city, much less at the heart of Orchard Road itself. This hidden gem at Marriott Hotel provides a breath of fresh air with its relaxing vibe, allowing us to temporarily set our inhibitions aside for a round of food and drinks. ...
  • Senso Ristorante & Bar: Singapore Italian Restaurant Review | The Entertainer 1-for-1

    Last Updated: March 4, 2015

    "Delectable Winter Menu"

    senso ristorante & bar-8 Established since 2000, the stylish Italian restaurant Senso has ruled at Club Street with its impeccable service in the provision of a fine dining experience featuring authentic Italian cuisine. Senso's menu typically undergoes a seasonal rotation so that the freshest ingredients from Italy and around the world can be procured at the cheapest. ...
  • Alkaff Mansion Ristorante: Singapore Italian Review

    Last Updated: May 31, 2015

    "Fresh airflown seafood from Italy"

    alkaff mansion ristorante-10 As a kid, I always thought Alkaff Mansion was the home of Moe Alkaff (local comedian). It was a reasonable guess! Alkaff Mansion traces its lineage back to 1918 when it was commissioned by a descendent of Syed Shaikh Alkaff - the first of a family of great traders from Yemen. It was probably the 1930s version of today’s Dempsey Hill in its heyday before the family liquidated their assets as a result of WW2. It later became the Singapore headquarters of the World Buddhist Society before being abandoned for a couple of years. In the 1980s, it was acquired by the state and converted into a restaurant which then closed in 2003. ...