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Dexter Roche
 • 08 Jun 2014 9 reviews 0 follower
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Food: delicious and authentic

Presentation of food: fantastic

Staff knowledge of Italian food: excellent

Service: top class

Wine: pretty exhaustive Italian wine collection

Price: mid to high end. With one drink and 2 pax, you can expect to spend about 150 sgd

Favorites: we are still exploring! But the lasagna bolognese and linguine al granchio are worth trying.

Ambience is quiet and relaxed.
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I spent $75 per person.

Must tries: crab meat pasta, linguine with scallop and pink lobster sauce, pan fried cod fish, spaghetti al granchio, Calamari alla Griglia con Croccante di Spezie e Salsa Aioli

I also recommend this place for:
Ala Carte, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Anniversary, Birthdays, Children/Family, Dinner, Fine Dining, Quiet, Relaxed, Romance/First Dates, Vegetarians

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Vivian Wong
 • 22 Jun 2013 1 review 0 follower
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Pizza was always good here until today. The crust was wet and soggy yet the bottom was burnt; a supermarket pizza is gourmet compared to this pizza. The cheese was unevenly distributed and there wasnt enough tomato sauce, which adds on to the mystery of a soggy crust. We had two pizzas and both were disgusting. The staff/manager there was extremely blase about it when I informed her of this, seems our business is not needed there. We wont be returning to Etna anymore, very sad and disappointed as it was a nice neighborhood restaurant to grab a pizza at.
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MissTamChiak
 • 01 Mar 2013 158 reviews 105 followers
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Opened for 6 years, Etna Restaurant serves delightful Italian Chef’s specialties, unique recipes from the Italian region of Sicily, and the best original Italian pizza, all using finest ingredients imported from Italy. Etna is one of the 18 restaurants which get accredited by Italian Embassy. The few criteria that entails this accreditation are: chef must be Italian, 70% of the ingredients must come from Italy and have DOP certification.

Dinner started with some Fresh mozzarella cheese with rocket salad, Pachino cherry tomatoes and Parma raw ham ($32). These are the freshest batch of air-flown cheese from Italy, they are firm on the outside but milky and smooth on the inside. The ham and tomatoes are good too! If you didn’t realize, the ingredients here form the colours of the Italy flag.

Everyday, Etna will come up with daily specials which will be displayed in the chalkboard above the open concept kitchen. One of the daily specials we had that day was Mussels with Mixed Herbs. The herbs and pistachio left the mussels a wonderfully fragrant flavour.

Anything with mushrooms and truffle tastes good. My favourite for that night was Homemade Semolina Pasta in a cream sauce of porcini mushroom, homemade pork sausage and Italian truffle cream ($28). The truffle cream permeates through the pasta, just do a slight toss and everything will fall in place.

One of Etna’s signature is the Italian style Roasted pork knuckle with potatoes ($48). The pork knuckle may look deep fried, but it is actually braised with beer sauce for 4 good hours before roasted. The end result? Very tender meat!

Tiramisu with pistachio cream ($14) is one of restaurant’s signature and it was ranked as the top 10 desserts by Standard Chartered. The pistachio cream came from Bronte in Sicily and there are a few drops of mandarin liqueur.

We are also give three small cups of Italian liqueurs to give it a try. They are Limoncello (yellow), Amaro (red) and Grappa (colourless). The Grappa has the strong alcohol level of 45%.

Lovely food at Etna. Heard they have very good pizzas, would love to come back and try it next time! By the way, from now till 31 Dec 2013, DBS/POSB cardholders enjoy a 10% discount on a la carte food items!

Thank you Hungrygowhere for the invite. To read more about it, click here.
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Must tries: pistachio tiramisu

I also recommend this place for:
After Work, Ala Carte, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Anniversary, Business Dining, Dinner, Romance/First Dates, Wine Lists
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  • Fresh mozzarella cheese with rocket salad, Pachino cherry tomatoes and Parma raw ham
  • Roasted pork knuckle
  • Mussels with Mixed Herbs
  • Tiramisu with pistachio cream

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