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iO Italian Osteria

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IO Italian Osteria aim to bring the smells, flavours and atmosphere of traditional Italian tavern back to life in modern-day. We want to spread the truthful Italian concept of conviviality, in order to rediscover a rich and important gourmet and the pleasure of spending time together.

From the open kitchen, the culinary team prepares IO’s menu from scratch with only the finest fresh high quality ingredients.

IO Italian Osteria is not only a tavern open from breakfast to dinner; it is also a great place to find distinctive Italian delicacy items, food and beverages.

+65 67107150
$35 based on 13 submissions
After Work (5 votes), Chillout (4 votes), Large Groups (4 votes)
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Last week, me and my colleagues went to this restaurant for our appreciation dinner. Thank you everyone's hard work and countless OT. We are ready to enjoy some great food and drinks. My colleague suggested this restaurant because of the good experiences he had before. I heard about this restaurant before and I saw the hungry go where election campaign poster about the chef before. This is a great opportunity to try out those most heard about food.
 
 The restaurant is located in hillview 2. A new shopping complex that still not known to many. There are many new restaurant establishment here. I think it will be pack during weekend.
 
 I was pleased with the restaurnat the moment we walk in to the restaurant. The decoration and the ambience is really cozy and comfortable. The restaurant was already half full when we were there on normal weekday. That show the popularity about the restaurant.
 
 We started our feast with some bottled beer. They don't serve draft beer but only bottle beer. The beer was OK, we only order 2 bottles.
 
 We order tons of food that they served in all in one go. I got to say I am impressed how fast they serve your food. It only takes few minutes to fill out table.
 
 We had the assorted pizza, pork belly, truffle sandwich, fried olive, bacon and cheese mushroom, seafood platter, squid with cream sauce, tomato meatballs and few pasta. There were just too much food. Finishing them will be a challenge that we failed to achieved. In the end we have to take away the left over.
 
 The overall experience for this restaurant was OK. Nice deco and some great food. I wish I can try different main course next time simply because I was full after some sandwich and pizza. I am looking forward to revisit this place next time.

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  • Porchetta4 votes
  • Pizza2 votes
  • Stuffed Fried Olives2 votes
  • Truffle and Cheese Cream Schiacciata2 votes
  • Assorted pizzas1 vote
  • Beef Fillet “Alla Maremmana”1 vote
  • Bread Bag1 vote
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• 20 May 2015 • 71 reviews • 1 follower

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Last week, me and my colleagues went to this restaurant for our appreciation dinner. Thank you everyone's hard work and countless OT. We are ready to enjoy some great food and drinks. My colleague suggested this restaurant because of the good experiences he had before. I heard about this restaurant before and I saw the hungry go where election campaign poster about the chef before. This is a great opportunity to try out those most heard about food.
 
 The restaurant is located in hillview 2. A new shopping complex that still not known to many. There are many new restaurant establishment here. I think it will be pack during weekend.
 
 I was pleased with the restaurnat the moment we walk in to the restaurant. The decoration and the ambience is really cozy and comfortable. The restaurant was already half full when we were there on normal weekday. That show the popularity about the restaurant.
 
 We started our feast with some bottled beer. They don't serve draft beer but only bottle beer. The beer was OK, we only order 2 bottles.
 
 We order tons of food that they served in all in one go. I got to say I am impressed how fast they serve your food. It only takes few minutes to fill out table.
 
 We had the assorted pizza, pork belly, truffle sandwich, fried olive, bacon and cheese mushroom, seafood platter, squid with cream sauce, tomato meatballs and few pasta. There were just too much food. Finishing them will be a challenge that we failed to achieved. In the end we have to take away the left over.
 
 The overall experience for this restaurant was OK. Nice deco and some great food. I wish I can try different main course next time simply because I was full after some sandwich and pizza. I am looking forward to revisit this place next time.
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• 20 May 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Fun Italian Street-Food Concept

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This is an interesting new Italian restaurant that opened recently. The restaurant is part of the Etna Group and has a great feel once you walk into it. With the store front also doubling as a bakery, and a small area near the cashier a dried goods area selling pasta etc., it feels 'busy' in a good way. The ceiling to floor windows help greatly with making the place appear big, and inviting. The place is always full, lending a nice 'bustling' atmosphere as well. Despite this, the staff are all attentive and very friendly.

The food is interesting and I personally recommend sticking to the 'street' type food - the pizzas and breads are good, especially the schiacciata. The starters and pastas are decent. The only secondi we ever tried over several visits really disappointed us and resultantly, have stayed away from them. So far desserts have been hits and misses! The prices are a tad steep though, when you consider portion sizes. 
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• 01 May 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Fried stuff olives and Schiacciata are a must-try!

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Chef Anna gave us some freshly baked Schiacciata for tasting and we were bowled over.

We ordered the Truffle and Cheese Cream Wholemeal Schiacciata which was extremely tasty. So were the Fried stuff olives!

Pork Belly with Fennel was done pretty well too, with a crisp skin.


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