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55 Market Street
Singapore 048941

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06:30pm - 10:30pm


12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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I’ve been to Osteria Art (now Art restaurant) many times the last two years, and they never fail to impress. They recently revamped their menu and we had the Kurobuta pork as well as the veal belly. Both dishes were amazing (especially the pork, exceedingly well done!) really loved their old beef steak dishes so I’ll definitely be back soon to try their wagyu beef. One of my favourite restaurants in Singapore and it never fails to deliver, whether in terms of service or food or presentation - beautiful plating as well. They gave us two complimentary starters which were really mindblowing, and also a complimentary dessert platter before we left. Wonderful experience here and I’ll definitely recommend Art to anyone for a great meal :-) keep it up!

Ending dinner with the right portions of sweets - coconut truffles, raspberry nougat-chocolate, hazelnut Valrhona and strawberry topped with limoncello #burpple

A very refreshing dessert with great acidity and some nice surprises like pomegranate foam! #burpple

Paying homage to the simple staple which came fresh piping hot (not captured: the steam coming out from the bread) - a rarity nowadays #burpple

Osteria Art shortened its name to Art, and refreshed the menu. It used to have the most fabulous pasta in town, they are now just ok. Their mains are more modern (eg. emulsions, etc), but the turbot and veal belly don’t satisfy as much as the whole fish or the veal Milanese. What happened?!?

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Tried the uni pasta that everyone was raving about (~$55). Sadly looks better then it taste. Umami wasn't strong enough, maybe it's due to the breed of uni. Pasta was very fine, close to Angel hair, hence susceptible to being too soft.

Had 3 other dishes with the entertainer app.

Overall, best value goes to pairing up the lamp chops ($45), with the beef tenderloin ($48). Both were well prepared, and portion was generous.

Pacific cod ($45) was also good, but potion a little small for my liking.

Overall, considering the ambience, service and price (after the entertainer app) would say its a definite must go!