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AMANO

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~$25/pax
Amano, which means 'by hand', showcases the authentic flavours of Italian cuisine. From fresh pastas to pizzas lovingly made by hand, accompanied by premium meats and seafood brought in from around the world, Amano offers a true taste of Italy's finest.

76 Namly Place
Singapore 267226

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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Take note eatigo 40% off is applied on the nett price, svc is still calculated on the full price

Cake was fudgy and overall not bad, though the lava was too sweet

Done right (without cream). Really well seasoned, bacon was savoury, and really creamy too(pretty impressive tbh if theres no cream added). Some places taste nowhere as creamy when they actl add cream lol

Delicious and despite the generous serving, i polished off the bowl quickly

Btw they are on eatigo as well, 40% off most of the time lol

Was lucky enough to get a last minute reservation here on a Saturday night. Had the calamari, meatballs, spinach & ricotta tortellini, prawn & bacon pizza and tiramisu.. The dishes were all pretty good, would score them each a 7/10 at least!!! Generous portions. Prices range from $15-$27 for the pastas, most hovering around $20. Also ordered some wines on the side which brought the bill up to $110 after beyond 1-for-1. 10/10 would visit again.

Used burpple beyond 1f1 deal. Had ribeye stick pork chop as shown in the picture. Paid only $33

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Diets can wait when you visit AMANO. Apart from their handmade pastas, the chocolate lava cake is definitely worth a try, especially if you’re a choco-holic.

Take note that the chocolate lava cake usually comes with vanilla gelato, but they were out, and they offered chocolate gelato instead so we had a double dose of chocolate (yay!).

There wasn’t a long waiting time for the lava cake, and while it wasn’t served piping hot, it was warm, and oozed lava from the first spoonful. The chocolate was rich and decadent, so the fresh fruits helped to give a little reprieve. This was one of the better lava cakes I’ve had in recent months.

The chocolate gelato melted a bit too quickly, but it tasted heavenly. Instead of pure chocolate, the gelato is more of chocolate hazelnut. Think Nutella in gelato form, because the hazelnuts really came through!

Nestled in a quiet Namly neighbourhood is this lovely new Italian restaurant. We visited on a Saturday night without a reservation but thankfully they weren’t super packed that day (it’s usually pretty crowded on weekend nights!).

The mark of really good carbonara is when it’s not overly creamy, but still able to impart a luxurious mouthfeel - this is exactly what AMANO managed to achieve. The pasta was al dente, and it was perfect with the bacon in egg yolk-pecorino cheese sauce. The portion size might look small, but it was satisfying. There’s the option to add on meat into the pastas, but I just went with the classic bacon carbonara combination.

The chef isn’t italian, but this is some really good Italian food in a beautiful setting, with swift service, attentive and friendly staff. I will definitely be back to try the other pastas and pizzas, and to make use of the other BB 1-for-1 offers!

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