40 Boat Quay
Singapore 049829

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12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:30am

05:00pm - 12:30am


12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

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Appetiser of Cozze alla Tarantina (mussels in tomato broth, 24++). Very light broth, reminiscent of summer. Bag a table next to the river and relax over a glass of wine. Good value if you can use a voucher or eatigo discount. The home made ravioli is tasty, and decent pizzas on the menu.

They have a set dinner menu ($58) comprising of a Burrata and Parma as starter. Seafood spaghetti as second course. and grilled ribeye as the third course. Finishing off with a tiramisu.

It’s really value for money as even though it’s part of a set dinner the portions are not small.

Since there were two of us we decided to get one set meal, one pizza and one calamari to share.

All the dishes we had were well executed apart from the calamari which was pretty average imo.

Total bill including a 30% discount from eatigo was $140 (including two glasses of wine)

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Pretty much hooked on this dessert the moment I saw the ingredient forest berries sauce. Sauce was tart and a good balance to the slightly sweet vanilla-flavoured pannacotta. The pannacotta texture is firm but still light in the mouth. Really glad we chose this to end our meal on a refreshing note.


Using 3 types of cheese — Fontina Cheese, Gorgonzola Cheese and Provolone Cheese, Ai Formaggi is a pleaser to cheese fanatics like me. Le bf didn’t really fancy the slightly pungent Gorgonzola cheese and smothered those found on his slices on mine. While the pizza base is sufficiently thin and chewy, I prefer a more airy dough and base. Nonetheless, still a pretty good pizza that’s good for sharing.


The four juicy tiger prawns might steal our eyes at first, but what stole my heart was the al dente eggy tagliatelle. Each strand is thoroughly coated in squid ink, with bits of garlic to add some pungent kicks to the briny base flavour. Could’ve done it without the zucchine, but still a well-executed dish.


Although this dish still cannot beat the insanely good cioppino I had in SF, this seafood stew at Vespetta is surprisingly above my expectation. Seafood was really fresh and generous (special shout out to the fresh succulent huge prawns!). Tomato base was a tad salty for my liking, but other than tad it’s so wholesome and filling. We really enjoyed this :)