In 2007, Bontá Italian Restaurant and Bar was opened amidst the bustling wine and dine belt of the famed Mohammed Sultan Road. Specialising in Northern Italian cuisine with an assortment of dishes from Italy, its modern representation of authentic Italian dishes has won over both locals and expatriates alike.
Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30
Mon - Sun: 18:30 - 23:00
Sun: 12:00 - 14:30
Closed for lunch every Saturday
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Established in 2007, Bonta Italian Restaurant and Bar specializes in northern Italian cuisine, giving a stellar modern representation of the cuisine from Turin. Helming the kitchen is chef owner Luca Pezzera, a Bergamo native. Bonta was quintessentially one of the top choices for restaurant week, boiling down to the fact that they offered a rather substantial 4 course menu comprising of an appetizer, pasta, main and a dessert which I felt overall was incredible value, considering the quality of ingredients used.
Most establishments tend to offer substandard experiences during restaurant week, considering customers only pay a fraction compared to the usually clientele. Bonta really went all out by offering a balanced and fulfilling meal with the use of quality ingredients, while only charging a mere sum of $50++, which I personally felt was really a steal, something which newer restaurants could take heart from.