182 Cecil Street
#01-05/08 Frasers Tower
Singapore 069547

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10:00am - 10:00pm


10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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Loved that the truffle taste complemented the creaminess of the ravioli well, but unfortunately it was a bit too much to swallow down after a few bites.

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We heard so much about this place that was famous for their in-house-made cheese, and this burrata and cheese platter did not disappoint! The bufalo mozarella (middle) was rather plain but the truffle burrata (left) was subtly fragrant and fresh, and the burrata (right) was nice and creamy - definitely a fresh platter. Very good starter and one of the best burrata I’ve tasted in Singapore!

The burrata was to die for. Also had the tomato pasta which was also a bomb 🙇🏻‍♀️

Convenient location and very fresh cheeses which they make on the spot! The mozzarella and burrata are delicious and should not be missed.

I love love LOVE burrata cheese so getting to try one that was freshly made was a MUST. I will say that despite the burrata being mellow tasting but nice, if on the bland side, the mozzarella was a bit of a disappointment. The texture was a bit off and it was far too salty. Possibly it was the milk that day? The dishes were also quite pricey.


Not on the menu anymore, you have to ask for it(the burrata pizza is the different beast altogether with parmesan and rocket). And even then the presentation is with spreaded out burrata(so request for the full ball). Honestly it's much much easier if you let them spread it out for you but there's a certain je ne sais quoi about a round ball of cheese.

The burrata itself was soft and stretchy but lacks in taste. The pizza however, really impresses with how much flavour can come from such seemingly simple ingredients. Utterly delicious