Otto Ristorante

Otto Ristorante

 

Vicentina style baked cod with soft polenta

 

I had this meal a few months back, therefore the menu items may have changed since.

I’ve blogged about OTTO Ristorante many times before – Link 1, Link 2 and Link 3 but my opinion does not waver. It’s definitely one of the better Italian restaurants in Singapore coupled with the impeccable service led by Manager Paolo Zanin and kitchen led by Chef Michele Pavanello, there’s no reason not to return again.Note: This post is mainly a pictorial.

Amuse Bouche - Langoustine tartare

Amuse Bouche – Langoustine tartare

Pan roasted Foie Gras with Tropea onion jam and Brioche bread

Pan roasted Foie Gras with Tropea onion jam and Brioche bread

 

Vicentina style baked cod with soft polenta

Vicentina style baked cod with soft polenta

Slow braised veal ravioli served with truffle and sage emulsion

Slow braised veal ravioli served with truffle and sage emulsion

Linguine Boston lobster in spicy light tomato gravy

Linguine Boston lobster in spicy light tomato gravy

Pan roasted 'halibut' fillet wrapped in Parma ham with baby spinach and langoustine sauce

Pan roasted ‘halibut’ fillet wrapped in Parma ham with baby spinach and langoustine sauce

By the way, I absolutely adored this dish!

Panna Cotta with Strawberry sauce and cookies

Panna Cotta with Strawberry sauce and cookies

 

OTTO Ristorante

28 Maxwell Road
#01-02 Red Dot Traffic Building

Tel: +65 6227 6819

Website

Opening hours

Mon–Fri
12pm – 2.3pm
Mon–Sat
6.30pm – 10.30pm
(Closed on Sun)

CYGlenn Lee first published his first blog entry as HungryEpicurean in December 2009. Glenn is currently an accounting and finance undergraduate in the University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia. Born and raised in the sunny island of Singapore, he is by and large, a foodie. Like his fellow Singaporeans, he loves to explore and savour the magnitude of flavours that the many different cuisines offer. He can be contacted at glenn@hungryepicurean.com.


4 thoughts on “Otto Ristorante

  1. Amazing looking meal – that ravioli dish looks so plastic perfect, like it was made for sushi displays!

      1. kuala lumpur the cpaatil of malaysia is inbetween thailand and singapore — also just a 5 hour bus ride away from sg 🙂 you really should drop by and look at people! a less polished more crude version of sg

    1. YVAN! be careful! I heard there were peosrtts in bangkok! and asian flights have been late or something.. Hope you have a safe trip hun! Cant wait to see the pics!:) -Aava-

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