Recommended lists for Italian

Recommended lists of Best Italian Food & Restaurants in Singapore, 2019
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Top 10 Places for Italian

Top 10 places for Italian

Latest Reviews for Italian

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Italian

I love this place. I chose the smoked duck pasta and it was so good I came back the next day because I couldn’t stop thinking about it. It is unpretentious, chill and has tasty food. It gets a bit crowded on friday night with the after work drinking crowd but it adds to the ambience.

Royal Ragu - $13.90
Shirt strings of Special garlic parsley caserelle all well mixed with beef ragu, ricotta cheese & tons of rockets for extra kick. Generous amount of free grated parmesan is a must have. The dish have such strong flavours that I can’t taste the garlic taste in the caserelle anymore, nonetheless it’s worth revisiting to try out other artisanal pasta flavours

Almond Croissant - $4.20
This huge almond croissant has been calling out to me forever and I finally bought it to try. Love it. It’s huge. It’s sweet. It’s crispy. What else’s can I ask for from almond croissant. I’m glad it didn’t disappoint me. Pair with a cup of tea to make it my own afternoon tea set
Da Paolo Gastronomia

Pardon the terrible lighting in this photo. It looked better in real life for sure! Their linguine aglio olio came with prawns, ikura and seaweed. The sauce was more of broth take on aglio olio - a little more soupy than oily, if that makes sense? Still not bad nonetheless.

Price: $20 (get 1-for-1 on @burpple beyond!) #halfeatenblog #philosophy #cafe #pasta #seafood #prawn #burpple #burpplebeyond

Bacon, Potato and Corn topped with Nacho Cheese 》$3.90

These Japanese-European styled buns are huge and each bun can be easily shared among 2-3 pax. Although most of them looks sweet on display, I'm glad it didn't turn out as sweet as expected. They also have a bread service bar to help slice the buns into smaller portion.

Juicy clams with parsley 》$3.90

Saizeriya never fails to maintain their wallet friendly prices in their menu. For $3.90, we get a decent amount of lightly salted clams that are big and juicy. Never forget to order their escargots! It's the main reason why we are dining here 🤤

Sauce was a tad fishy and pasta was hard. It would have been great if they took one extra step to deshell the lobster. Thankfully this was eaten at 50% off as I had reserved beforehand via the eatigo app.
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A quaint and rustic little Italian restaurant nestled in the quiet estate that is Chip Bee Gardens, Madrinaa Italiano presents classic Italian cuisine done nothing less than proper. Spanish for “god-mother”, Madrinaa provides a namesake dining experience with humble and pastoral dishes that are reminiscent of a home-cooked meal in Italy. Dinner was a lovely experience with its homely interior and a beautiful table setting, perfect if you are looking to impress. I had the Risotto Con Maiale ($28), a delightfully creamy risotto served with generous chunks of confit pork belly, sautéed forest mushrooms in a white wine cream sauce and parmesan with truffle oil. Earthy, rich and subtle, this dish was sophisticated in its charming presentation and a simply delicious plate of risotto. My partner had the Harsha’s Pasta ($28), with al dente linguine, chicken sausage and beef pepperoni coated in a beautifully tangy and spicy marinara sauce.


Also got it with 1-for-1 on both entertainers and burpple beyond.

This is part of their daily specials. With 1-for-1 deals you can either choose 2 dishes from their menu or 1 from daily specials and another from menu.


Prawns were fresh and there’s lots of clams and mussels too. Sadly I felt that the mussels weren’t that fresh. Overall I still enjoyed the pasta.


I can’t remember the full name but it’s the one with the burrata cheese.

Got it on entertainers and burpple beyond. UP $22

Companion’s dish. He loved the burrata. Tomato sauce wise it was ok.

In general we were surprised with the food here. Price wise is ok too but with 1-for-1 deals it’s really worth it. Staff is really friendly too and heard Chef is Italian!

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On both entertainers and burpple beyond


Quite overpriced for starters but their truffle fries are also of the same price so we got this instead. It was a pleasant surprise. Loved the sauce and how the bread goes well with it. Towards the end, my companion was drinking the sauce with his spoon. Nice wine taste and slightly spicy. There wasn’t a lot of mussels as seen but fresh and pretty good. Will go for this again.