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Weetanwee
 • 08 May 2012 5 reviews 0 follower
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I've lived in Italy and am quite skeptical about "authentic Italian restaurants" out in Asia. Quite a hit or miss. We chanced upon this place one quiet Monday night and I cannot recommend it enough, have been back with other!

Decor is a bit tired looking but it really is what you would find in Sicilian cities, I did like that quite a bit.

Food was excellent. We had the Carbonara and Quatro Fromaggi I believe. Both were good portions, filled me up well, warm and fresh, very tasty.

Dessert - Tiramisu al Pistacchio: this was excellent. I was going for something else but the waiter said "I think you will like this, if you don't, you don't have to pay for it." I was going to have a second helping if not that I was stuffed. Not a fan of pistacchio so I was skeptical but it was marvelous. Good quality, not too think nor rich, perfect after a good meal.

Drink - Latte di Mandorla: Light and sweet and milky, thin consistency. Had 2 glasses. You can't hate almonds if you're going to try this.

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I spent $33 per person.

Must tries: carbonara, tiramisu pistacho, Latte di Mandorla

I also recommend this place for:
Lunch, Dinner, Romance/First Dates, After Work, Private Dining, Quiet, Hidden Find, Wine Lists

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Gourmet Hawk
 • 26 Feb 2012 1 review 0 follower
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The food was great : the morzrella was so fresh that we do not remember to have ever eaten such qualtiy here. Same goes for the salad : you may suspect them that they have a kitchen garden in their backyard. We really liked it. The risotto porchini is worth a Michelin star . no comment, just try.

Osso bucho same : not overcooked, very tender with the safran risotto like in Milan The chicken was good but nothing outstanding . We loved the Tiramisu with the pistacho. Great compliment.

The abiemce was not so great. A bid kitch , well, we used to it by Italian Family run resatuarants. Stuff was very helpful and friendly and the owner of the restaurant is very concerned the all his guests feel happy.

But the setting .... to loud , to small for so many people and if you have the bad change to be located next to the entrance ....

Overall, the food compensates the setting by far....

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I spent $115 per person.

Must tries: tiramisu pistacho

I also recommend this place for:
Lunch, Dinner, Private Dining, Quiet

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The City Nomad
 • 06 Jan 2012 145 reviews 28 followers
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To read the full article and see photos, please visit citynomads.com....

It’s high time since I write about what is hand-on-heart, my favourite Italian in Singapore. With an unassuming location on Duxton Rd, you could easily walk by and miss it…but step inside and a memorable dining experience awaits. I’m very pleased to say that on this occasion I had the pleasure of going there to celebrate the impending marriage of two great friends of mine, M&A. Congrats guys!

To be straight-up, what I like about Etna is that it’s one of the only places I’ve been in Singapore which feel like a localItalian. It’s not’s ‘fine dining’ establishment so the prices are surprisingly reasonable and it’s a cozy place, divided into two distinct areas. Seating no more than 40 at a time, it feels like someone’s extended living room.

So why do I rate Etna so highly? 2 main reasons. 1 – The food is simply excellent. The quality of ingredients used is apparent every dish, and portions are relatively generous.

2 – The service. I really mean this, it is possibly the restaurant with the best service I have been to in Singapore. I’ve been there over 6 times now and the service is flawless every time. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable. The dishes arrive and leave together, and your glass is never empty. Basically, they rock......

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I spent $50 per person.

I also recommend this place for:
Lunch, Dinner, Vegetarians, Large Groups/Gathering, Romance/First Dates, Business Dining, Fine Dining, Boys Night Out, Girls Night Out, After Work, Private Dining, Chillout, Quiet, Hidden Find, Wine Lists, Live Band

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