La Nonna (Holland Village)

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La Nonna, meaning “The Grandmother” in Italian, serves traditional Italian country cuisine, much like what grandma would usually prepare in an unpretentious and inviting Trattoria atmosphere. This is the place for discerning diners who prefer to have a hearty meal with good company, basking in La Nonna’s ineffable rustic charms

26/26B Lorong Mambong
Holland Village
Singapore 277685

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Recommended for sharing! I really enjoyed this lasagne, as it was so creamy and thick, with lots of beef bolognese with fresh carrots and tomato sauce, between layers of lasagne sheets, then topped with a thick layer of cheese. They were generous with the beef and the cheese, which was suitable for me as I enjoy more ingredients than lasagne! The mixture of bolognese and cheese were super delicious and texture of lasagne sheets were perfect.

Overall this dish was really interesting and delicious, but needs to be shared. Though the gnocchi texture was amazing, as they nailed the recipe that gave a chewy potato gnocchi, each gnocchi piece was really starchy and needed some effort to chew and swallow. The creamy and savory cheese sauce went really well with the gnocchi, along with the bacon bits, however the pumpkin pieces might have contributed to the overall starchy dish that would need to be shared.


Had to return back few days after tasting super delicious pizza from here, but this time we tried the meat lovers pizza, that came with chicken breast, salami, bacon and ham, topped on the usual pizza base with tomato sauce and cheese, with some onion. Although the meat given was really generous, we preferred the other pizza we had previously, that had more cheese taste, probably because the focus of this pizza was all the meats. However, I still enjoyed this pizza which was loaded with protein and was super flavorful due to the different meats and was really hearty.


They weren’t kidding when they described it as cheesy cream sauce. The parmesan flavor was delightfully strong, complementing the cream sauce so well, while coating the homemade pasta and giving the entire dish a cheesy, creamy, savory flavor. The pasta was al dente and I really loved the texture. The smoked salmon was salty, of course, and was a good addition to the pasta, adding more umami flavor and complexity.

Thoroughly enjoyed my lunch set here, which was priced at $28++, for a drink, starter, main and dessert, which was really worth it and very filling. This pizza was included in the set lunch as one of the options. The pizza was easily one of the best pizza I have had, it was freshly made, topped with tomato sauce, lots of mozzarella cheese and italian salami. The toppings were really generous on a thin crusted pizza, where I actually tasted more cheese and salami than pizza crust. The tomato sauce was not too sourish and strong in flavor, thus most of the flavor came from the cheese, which was perfect for a cheese lover like me. The pizza crust was also perfect, soft at the centre and crispy at the outer crust.


Homemade Spinach Fettuccine with grilled Chicken Breast, sun-dried Tomatoes and Mozzarella in 'Pesto Genovese' sauce at $25