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Amarone

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High ceilings, wine bottle-lined feature pillars, and wide glass windows make Amarone a buzzy, New York-style Italian restaurant where you can enjoy a chic meal any time of day - breakfast, lunch, dinner, Happy Hour, or simply dessert.

Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 23:00

Sat: 18:30 - 22:00

Closed: Sun

+65 64230464
$81 based on 55 submissions
Business Dining (25 votes), After Work (19 votes), Ala Carte (17 votes)
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Good Italian Food, Great Setting

This restaurant lucked out on the location; they are in the business district and yet are located in a building with extremely high ceiling that lends a wonderful ambience. 

We were here in December, and had been meaning to write a review. The food served here were all solid; quality ingredients, at reasonable prices. We especially enjoyed the white asparagus and duck ragu pasta. The wine list is impressive, and we also enjoyed the ones we had. The wait staff are especially attentive, knowlegeable about the food, were keen to make recommendations based on their preference (something we noticed to be very rare in Singapore!), and very friendly. We thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience here and have recommended several friends, who in turn also had a great time. 

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• 20 May 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Good Italian Food, Great Setting

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This restaurant lucked out on the location; they are in the business district and yet are located in a building with extremely high ceiling that lends a wonderful ambience. 

We were here in December, and had been meaning to write a review. The food served here were all solid; quality ingredients, at reasonable prices. We especially enjoyed the white asparagus and duck ragu pasta. The wine list is impressive, and we also enjoyed the ones we had. The wait staff are especially attentive, knowlegeable about the food, were keen to make recommendations based on their preference (something we noticed to be very rare in Singapore!), and very friendly. We thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience here and have recommended several friends, who in turn also had a great time. 

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• 16 Feb 2015 • 449 reviews • 7 followers

Wonderful Valentine Day dinner

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This year, we decided to try out Ristorante Amarone for our Valentine's Day dinner, since I pass by this elegant Italian restaurant pretty often, and have heard good things about it. The moment we stepped in, the crew all greeted us warmly and this impeccable service remained throughout the rest of our meal, which was rather impressive. Chef Domenico and Director Wilson came over personally to ensure that everything was lovely for us - a very nice gesture that brought smiles to the patrons' faces instantly. We had the Valentine's Day sets - my starter was the Eggplant Medallion with Quail Egg & Black Truffle - a combination of al my favorite items. The lovely swish when one bites into the juicy eggplant was present, before the teeth made further contact with the bouncy but soft mushroom. The quail egg provided a beautiful balance to the heavier flavor of the truffle, and adds a dash of brightness to the dark dish. For main course, The Beau had the Pork Tenderloin with Porcini Cream Sauce. The pork fillets were served in 3 neat slices. The pork was not exceedingly succulent, but do count on a good crunch to the solid slabs of meat. The creamy mushroom sauce gave the pork steak a tasty sweetness. My main course was the Duck Breast with Balsamic Vinegar and Fig Marmalade Sauce. The duck breast slices were incredibly tender in this case, giving way to the knife easily, and melting in the mouth in a scrumptious heap of saltiness, sourness and sweet assortment of flavors. For desserts, The Beau had the Mango Gelato - a very refreshing dessert with the right amount of tartness to it, but mango's strong aroma was intact definitely. Paired with lovely berries, this dessert was definitely a cool welcome to the savoury dishes we had for dinner. For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/02/valentines-dinner-at-ristorante-amarone.html
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• 15 Feb 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

First class service

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good ambiance, proper italian food & above all very friendly staff. The manager Mr Wilson came by for an extensive survey and was making sure we had a great night. Would definitely go again. best experience in Singapore so far!
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