Ristorante Pietrasanta brings authentic flavours of Tuscany to your table with new menu

Few know how to enjoy food like the Italians, which is why few experiences can compare to the satisfaction of digging into hearty plates of pasta and giant slices of pizza in an Italian trattoria in warm temperate weather as they do in Italy. Since 2008, Ristorante Pietrasanta, located at 1 Fusionopolis Way, has been bringing authentic Tuscan flavours to Singapore. Founded by two brothers from Tuscany, they are excited to share more flavours of their home with local diners with a new dining menu inspired by the simplicity of the town, Pietrasanta.

Collage Of Burrata And Porchetta SaladPorchetta salad

The restaurant’s best-kept secret Burrata (S$42.90) finally has a new addition, the Porchetta (S$24.90) salad, to start off your Tuscan journey. The salad is made of thinly sliced roasted pork belly, served with generous portions of rocket leaves, Italian tomatoes, and topped with shaved Parmigiano Reggiano and a 15-year aged balsamico.

Remember to pair the creamy Burrata with parma ham to balance the creaminess and saltiness of both dishes.

Collage Of Pastas

Known for their fresh-made pasta, the all-new Tagliatelle Fresche Gamberi E Pomodori Secchi (S$28.90) will be joining their signature Fettucine Con Salsiccio Tartufo (S$28.90)—handmade fettucine with pork sausages and topped with black truffle. The Tagliatelle Fresche Gamberi E Pomodori Secchi is made with hand-kneaded tagliatelle, prawns, and dried tomatoes cooked in simple olive oil, garlic, basil, and prawn broth to bring out the simplicity of flavours.

Bistecca alla fiorentina

When it comes to the Second Piatto, who can resist Ristorante Pietrasanta’s Bistecca Alla Fiorentina (S$149.90)? The 1kg grilled Black Angus T-bone, cooked Tuscany-style, will be done anywhere between medium to rare—in accordance with your preference. It is served with no sauce for full appreciation of its boldness, with only a side of salt, pepper, rosemary, and thyme.

Galletto disossato arrosto

Another popular choice is the Galletto Disossato Arrosto (S$34.90)—a whole organic chicken from Europe that’s roasted and deboned.

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Here’s a tip for spice-lovers: have a piece of chicken with Ristorante Pietrasanta’s homemade Tasco (S$12.90) sauce to get a spicy kick. Unlike the overly-hyped Tabasco sauce, the Tasco sauce has no hint of sweetness to it and will surprise you with its intensity.

Cheese cake

To end off the lovely Tuscan fare, sweeten your palate with the Cheese Cake Alle 5 Medaglie (S$17.90) served with the bittersweet Giuseppe Giusti 20-year-old balsamic vinegar.

If you’re looking to spend a quiet time with the family this festive season, this is the place for you.

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Ristorante Pietrasanta

1 Fusionopolis Way, #01-08, Singapore 138632

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Our Rating 4/5

Ristorante Pietrasanta

1 Fusionopolis Way, #01-08, Singapore 138632

Telephone: +65 9863 9253
Operating Hours: 11.30am - 2.30pm & 5.30pm - 10pm (Daily)
Telephone: +65 9863 9253

Operating Hours: 11.30am - 2.30pm & 5.30pm - 10pm (Daily)
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