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10 Bayfront Avenue
Level 57 Sands Skypark Hotel Tower 1
Singapore 018956

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Tuesday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Thursday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Friday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Saturday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Sunday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

Monday:
05:00pm - 02:00am

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This is my first time trying gnocchi and I was so excited because it's not a common Italian dish. The dish consists of chewy soft potato pillows rolling in a creamy mushroom ragu with a heady dash of truffle oil. ($40)

The most unique thing was the texture of the pasta; really chewy but not overly starchy and also had a mild interesting potato flavor. But I wasn't particularly impressed by the taste of the pasta. The sauce though, was really good. Rich, creamy and the truffle oil cut through each and every bite with its almost obnoxiously loud and strong flavor. It paired with the mushrooms and potato really well.

7/10

This intimidating meatball (made with a pound of ground imperial wagyu, Italian sausage and veal) is easily larger than a grown man's fist and crowned with a generous scoop of ricotta cheese and surrounded by a pool of tomato sauce. ($38)

Cutting into it, the juices literally flowed out of the center of the meatball. I'm fascinated by how the meatball is cooked all the way through without burning the outside. The meatball itself is tender but flavor-wise didn't blow me away.

What did though was the tomato sauce and the ricotta. The tomato sauce isn't overly flavorful or sweet so it complimented the meat rather than masking its flavors. And the cool temperature of the ricotta against the hot tomato sauce and meat was a contrast that worked surprisingly well. The creaminess of the ricotta made it work really well in the dish by providing an element of richness against the tanginess of the sauce. The addition of the ricotta singlehandedly elevated the dish.

7.5/10

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The name of this dish ($32) is misleading. This isn't a cocktail glass of shrimp, but a huge metal plate at least the size of my face filled with ice and topped with four of the largest shrimp-like sea creatures I've ever seen. Each of those monstrosities was at least the size of my entire hand.

The shrimps were ice cold, fresh and tender. They paired perfectly with the squeeze of lemon, spicy cocktail sauce (the Italian standard of spicy is rather amusing because the sauce barely tickles the taste buds) and garlic aioli dip. And there was so much shrimp because of their size; all in all, it tasted very satisfying indeed.

8/10

I’ve been wanting to try this 20-layer cake! Exactly like how you’d imagine a choco peanut butter cake to be. Cake was ordinary but i love the frosting! Cocktails were pretty good too. Wna try the mains some day 😋

$24 // lmao wished for cake and got WAY more than i could have ever asked for. 10 alternating layers of chocolate devil’s food cake and peanut butter mascarpone, 2 of my absolute favorite flavors and also my guilty pleasures!! the cake was fudgey and moist and the peanut butter mascarpone cream cheese frosting was great as well and it was covered in chocolate ganache, which was the perfect cake combination, but idk who thought it was a good idea for a 20 layer cake, and why did i think it was a good idea too lol. ate and ate and ate and yet we barely made a dent in the cake, even though it was SUPER good. (and we were so sick of it at the end to even think of bringing it home as a takeaway, and i also noticed a lot of other tables didn’t finish their cake as well) i guess this is a novelty thing, but if u plan to eat this, i recommend u bring a few more people and be super hungry before coming 🤪🤪

but the ambience at lavo was amazing, such chill vibes against the backdrop of singapore’s skyline and the setting sun!!!

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A pound of ground wagyu, veal, Italian sausage. Served with whipped Ricotta.

Unfortunately, this was not the case of “bigger and better”

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