36 Purvis Street
#01-02
Singapore 188613

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Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
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06:30pm - 10:30pm

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The dish is paired with mint sauce and baked eggplant parmigiana. Beautifully plated, the lamb is tender without any gamey taste. Will order again when I’m feeling generous 😁

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Daddy’s birthday week meant it was a treat yourself week ✨ and boy am I glad we have found one of the best places for pastas and risottos!
My seasonal special of spinach ricotta ravioli was sonorously simple and delicious, a nice spicy kick from the tomato base sauce with fresh pasta sheets encapsulating a mild ricotta and spinach mix.
We also had a richer veal ravioli in cream sauce and the Ossobuco all “Garibaldi”, signature wagyu beef cheeks and bone marrow saffron risotto; both were lovely.

What sealed the meal was one of the best tiramisu in Singapore and my random but winning choice of dessert - Torta all! Ananas con Yogurt e Lime. The English description on the menu reading “pineapple cake with yoghurt and lime” does not do justice to the various different elements in this refreshing dessert, I mean if you would just look at the poached sheet of what I was guessing to be rhubarb at the bottom. All I wanted to say was God bless the dessert chef for blessing me with this exquisite creation- period.

Daddy’s birthday week meant it was a treat yourself week ✨ and boy am I glad we have found one of the best places for pastas and risottos!
My seasonal special of spinach ricotta ravioli was sonorously simple and delicious, a nice spicy kick from the tomato base sauce with fresh pasta sheets encapsulating a mild ricotta and spinach mix.
We also had a richer veal ravioli in cream sauce and the Ossobuco all “Garibaldi”, signature wagyu beef cheeks and bone marrow saffron risotto; both were lovely.

What sealed the meal was one of the best tiramisu in Singapore and my random but winning choice of dessert - Torta all! Ananas con Yogurt e Lime. The English description on the menu reading “pineapple cake with yoghurt and lime” does not do justice to the various different elements in this refreshing dessert, I mean if you would just look at the poached sheet of what I was guessing to be rhubarb at the bottom. All I wanted to say was God bless the dessert chef for blessing me with this exquisite creation- period.

Daddy’s birthday week meant it was a treat yourself week ✨ and boy am I glad we have found one of the best places for pastas and risottos!
My seasonal special of spinach ricotta ravioli was sonorously simple and delicious, a nice spicy kick from the tomato base sauce with fresh pasta sheets encapsulating a mild ricotta and spinach mix.
We also had a richer veal ravioli in cream sauce and the Ossobuco all “Garibaldi”, signature wagyu beef cheeks and bone marrow saffron risotto; both were lovely.

What sealed the meal was one of the best tiramisu in Singapore and my random but winning choice of dessert - Torta all! Ananas con Yogurt e Lime. The English description on the menu reading “pineapple cake with yoghurt and lime” does not do justice to the various different elements in this refreshing dessert, I mean if you would just look at the poached sheet of what I was guessing to be rhubarb at the bottom. All I wanted to say was God bless the dessert chef for blessing me with this exquisite creation- period.

Daddy’s birthday week meant it was a treat yourself week ✨ and boy am I glad we have found one of the best places for pastas and risottos!
My seasonal special of spinach ricotta ravioli was sonorously simple and delicious, a nice spicy kick from the tomato base sauce with fresh pasta sheets encapsulating a mild ricotta and spinach mix.
We also had a richer veal ravioli in cream sauce and the Ossobuco all “Garibaldi”, signature wagyu beef cheeks and bone marrow saffron risotto; both were lovely.

What sealed the meal was one of the best tiramisu in Singapore and my random but winning choice of dessert - Torta all! Ananas con Yogurt e Lime. The English description on the menu reading “pineapple cake with yoghurt and lime” does not do justice to the various different elements in this refreshing dessert, I mean if you would just look at the poached sheet of what I was guessing to be rhubarb at the bottom. All I wanted to say was God bless the dessert chef for blessing me with this exquisite creation- period.

Yes the sauce was headily thick and the pork ham and bacon was perfectly cured, but I'm just going to call this mac and cheese because that's how uninspired I was by the flavours.

Maybe my words are betraying my uncultured palate again but I would much rather appreciate a traditional dry carbonara with fresh and authentic ingredients than this insipid dish. 😭

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