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Angeleno – Chef David Almany From Osteria Mozza Helms His Own

“This taste just as good as Osteria Mozza’s.” It was before we realised that the chef in the kitchen of Italian-American restaurant Angelego is David Almany, previous head chef of Osteria Mozza at MBS. As he walked out of the kitchen just before the dessert, I thought, “He looks familiar.” It was a random choice […]

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La Nonna Holland Village – Sunday Family Brunch Of Free Flow Italian Cuisine at $39++. Delizioso!

The last time I went to La Nonna at Holland Village, I remembered the restaurant for its hearty classic Italian dishes, especially its traditional Venetian-style tiramisu. The name ‘La Nonna’ means ‘grandmother’ in Italian, with an implication that food served would be homely and unpretentious. My return was for the “Family Brunch at La Nonna”, […]

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Jamie’s Italian – 2nd Singapore Restaurant At Forum Orchard Opens

After two years, Jamie’s Italian opened its second in Singapore at Forum Shopping Orchard, possibly a suitable location considering the sizable expat community in the area. The difference between the Orchard and the original outlet? Forum’s restaurant helmed by Head Chef Kwek Xiu Rong has a smaller menu featuring favourites, alongside hand-made baked to order […]

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Equilibrium – Italian Restaurant at Capitol Piazza Modern and Inventive

There are some openings that fall through the cracks, and you wonder why they do not get more limelight. Equilibrium is one of them, a modern Italian restaurant at Capitol Piazza which has probably invested quite a good sum of money into the interior design, and time into creating its menu. Opened by the same […]

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Osteria Art – $32 Italian Power Lunch At Raffles Place

The Italian restaurant in Singapore that earned quite positive reviews late is Osteria Art, by restaurateur Beppe De Vito who is also behind il Lido, Latteria Mozzarella Bar, and &Sons. Osteria Art seem to tick the right boxes – a convenient location within CBD at Raffles Place Market Street; classy décor with fine-dining restaurant flair; […]

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Spizza Mercato – Pizza Restaurant With Retail Section

Do you know that Spizza names ALL their pizzas after females? So there it isn’t the usual Hawaiian and Supreme, but Anna, Barbara, Claudia, Donna, Elisa all the way till Zara. Let there be no confusion. The latest concept of Spizza is Spizza Mercato at Capitol Piazza, where ‘mercato’ stands for market to reflect its […]

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2it & drink – Fresh Italian Pasta and Oven-Fired Pizzas at Valley Point

The ‘dangerous’ thing that happened to me. Once you eat good freshly-made pasta, it can be quite difficult to go back to the regular commercial-types. I have been to 2it&drink at Valley Point a few times because the pasta and pizzas have been favorably tasty, though not regularly enough, because it won’t exactly be a […]

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Waterfall Ristorante Italiano – Enjoyable Southern Italian Classics, and Antipasti Semi-Buffet Lunch at Shangi-La Hotel

Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore has always been known for its buffet restaurant The Line, which just won The Best Restaurant in Singapore awarded by HungryGoWhere. It is time for their latest revamped Waterfall Ristorante Italiano (previously known as Waterfall Café) to come into the limelight. (Reservation Online) The re-naming of Waterfall Ristorante Italiano is in line […]

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Marini’s on 57 – Kuala Lumpur’s Highest Italian Restaurant and Rooftop Bar A Beauty

[Kuala Lumpur] When we talk about Kuala Lumpur’s food culture, street food somehow takes precedence, but this is also a city fast maturing in fine dining and best restaurants. Marini’s on 57 is probably the most beautiful restaurant to dine at in Kuala Lumpur – almost a perfect place for romantic dinners, business meals or […]

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Ah Bong Italian – Awesome Italian Food In A Tiong Bahru Coffeeshop

Ah Bong Italian is one of its kind in Singapore. An Italian food stall in a Tiong Bahru coffeeshop selling pastas and crème brulee at incredibly affordable prices, and is only opened a few hours a day – though not by its own choice. Located at the equally unique ”Two Face” at 56 Eng Hoon […]

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