SG Eats: Top 4 Must-Try Italian Restaurants in Singapore

When it comes to good food, it’s almost impossible to say NO to Italy’s ever famous delicacies. This spans from pastas, pizzas, sea foods, to cultured meats. Since dishes are basically heavy on cheese, Italian food has captivated people’s heart for years. Whilst it may not be our go-to option when we’re trying to eat healthy, let’s admit it: when asked to choose between salad and pasta, we’d heartily choose the latter. We can never deny that Italian food is absolutely delicious. At these top 4 Singapore Italian restaurants, the mere thought of a crisp and cheesy wood-fired pizza is enough for us to drool.

Here in SG, Italian food lovers are lucky to have an abundance of Italian restaurants to choose from, with a number of eateries serving up wide range of dishes from almost every part of Italy. 

If you’re up for some authentic Italian food this week, visit the below must-try Italian restaurants in Singapore offering everything irresistibly Italian!

Top 4 Singapore Italian Restaurants

Ricciotti

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Ricciotti located at 20 Upper Circular Road B1-49/50 The Riverwalk tops our list of the must-try Italian food restaurant here in SG. If there’s one restaurant where every Italian food lover could eat everyday, this would be Ricciotti. No wonder it is often regarded as the best Italian restaurant in Singapore

Dining here will make you feel like you are eating a home-cooked family meal in Italy. From the moment you enter the restaurant, an aroma of herbs, steaming fresh vegetables, and olive oil will awaken your senses and blend with the ambiance to help your body relax and get ready for a fabulous meal. It’s perfect for people looking for authentic dish to satisfy their Italian meals. They have varieties of dish to choose from – antipasti, insalate, primi piatti, secondi, pane, pizza, dolce to small bites. Devouring on these while going gaga over their beverage choices will absolutely satisfy your Italian cravings!

Dolce Vita

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This classy restaurant at Mandarin Oriental offers a repertoire of traditional Italian cuisine incorporated with product imported from Italy itself. Dolce Vita underwent a refurbishment earlier this year, as well as launching a refreshed menu of dishes; such as spaghetti carbonara featuring pasta loaded with cured pancetta; pecorino sabayon and black pepper spices; grilled US prime beef bone-in ribeye; and our favorite, Treccia Campana di Bufala — silky smooth buffalo mozzarella cheese from Naples, served with tomatoes and anchovies.

Osteria Mozza

This eatery is operated by a prominent US restaurateur Joseph Bastianich and famous chefs Nancy Silverton and Mario Batali. This grand restaurant is located Marina Bay Sands. Their set of menus varies from antipasti such as fried calamari and smoked sea trout salad; to pastas and mains like lamb chops and wagyu ribeye. What sets Osteria Mozza apart from many other Italian establishments is its mozzarella bar, where diners can savour a variety of burrata and ricotta dishes. It also has a sister restaurant, Pizzeria Mozza, which specialises in wood-fired pizzas.

Amo

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It was only last year when Amo started its operation. However, even for a short time; Arno has already gone its way among the most favorite go-to of Singaporeans when it comes to Italian dish. It serves a wide range of pizzas, pastas and antipasti. Must-try dishes include bone marrow pizza that is layered with wild garlic pesto and anchovy salsa verde, then baked in a wood-fired oven; as well as spaghettoni with Boston lobster and tarragon, which comes with the lobster helpfully cut up into portions, so you don’t have to worry about getting your hands dirty.

About Angelo Castelda

Angelo Castelda works as a contributor for a news magazine in Singapore. He has a refined interest in food and beverages and loves to seek varieties of food experiences around the world.

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