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LaBrezza

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LaBrezza at The St. Regis Singapore is a treasured gem that promises diners a delectable experience of a cuisine loved the world over. LaBrezza's menu exemplifies the use of the freshest seasonal produce for fine trattoria-style cooking. Set amidst tranquil surroundings, guests can enjoy the serenity while dining within glass doors or delight in alfresco dining options in cosy cabana setting over looking the sparkling pool.

Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

+65 65066884
$76 based on 24 submissions
Dinner (6 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (5 votes), Lunch (5 votes)
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italian by the pool side

Le Brezza is a trattoria style Italian diner ocated on the 3rd floor, overlooking the swimming pool and the orchard condos on the background. I was there for a HGW food tasting session one week day evening and here's what we samples: Pan Seared Hokkaido Scallops wrapped in Pancetta with Truffled Angel Hair Pasta and Caviar sauce($32) -  the scallops are plump and juicy complemented well with the pasta that offers some bite and chew Proscuitto Pizza ($38) - crispy crust with tangy tomato sauce and sweetness from the caramelised onions Tuscany style tomato soup with king crab and basil foam($18) - the lightness of the tomato soup did not over power the crab Slow cooked Australian Lamb Rack ($48) - lamb is sous vided before it is grilled which yield a tender meat with crusty exterior Taglionlini with Boston Lobster ($48) - well, you can't go wrong with a pricey lobster cooked just nice Pappardelle with Ragout of slow cooked Venision and Pecorino ($40) - the sauce from the slow cooked meat coats and complements the italian "kway tiao" in a way that make you want more of it Risotto, sous vide Oxtail and sweet saba reduction ($38) - the risotto is darker in colour due to the saba reduction, goes well with the fork tender oxtail meat Tiramisu - the mascarpone cheese seems to have been whipped to give the desert a lightness compared to the usual tiramisu, not something I will expect for a tiramisu but it is a nice variation since we are full from the dinner feast  

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  • Black Risotto3 votes
  • Prosciutto pizza2 votes
  • Tiramisu2 votes
  • Aglio Olio1 vote
  • Barolo Wine and Pecorino Risotto Sous Vide Oxtail and Sweet Saba Reduction1 vote
  • Pan- seared Hokkaido Scallop Wrapped in Pancetta with Truffled Angel Hair Pasta1 vote
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• 01 Mar 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Before You Head to LaBrezza, Don’t

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“I’m heading to St Regis for a lunch buffet.”  As if part of an enchantment spell, those words elicited a couple of wows and envious coos from my friends. Such reactions are bound to ensue, given the stalwart’s five-star rating and stately grandeur. By association, all its food operations should be equally stellar, right?

Not quite, and LaBrezza at St Regis refutes my (now mistaken) notion that lavish hotels are the go-to addresses for a splendid meal. My friend Phebe —yes, spelt without the ‘o’— and I were there on a Saturday, eager to relish a lovely Italian brunch. So excited we were, thinking about the number of times we would drive our index fingers into our cheeks: the hand gesture for ‘molto buono’ or ‘delicious’!

The restaurant describes its food as ‘fine trattoria-style Italian’. The décor does match the definition of a trattoria, with its interplay of white and brown hues. The kitchen is open concept, allowing you to catch a glimpse of the chefs in action and the busy cadence of woks and frying pans being flipped. Small and intimate, the restaurant is also located right by the pool.

Read more: http://aldenboon.com/bon-vivant-on-the-lamb/2014/3/1/before-you-head-to-labrezza-dont
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  • Calamari
• 26 Dec 2013 • 116 reviews • 0 follower

Gourmet Afternoon Tea - Average Food and Service

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Afternoon Tea starts from 3-5pm on every Sat & Sun. The afternoon  tea food and service here was average. Given that this is at St Regis Hotel, i feel that the quality of the food & service should be better instead of average. But it's worth a visit for the ambience when there is no crowd.

For full review & photos, please visit:

http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2013/12/gourmet-afternoon-tea-at-la-brezza-st.html
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• 31 Jul 2013 • 259 reviews • 38 followers

italian by the pool side

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Le Brezza is a trattoria style Italian diner ocated on the 3rd floor, overlooking the swimming pool and the orchard condos on the background. I was there for a HGW food tasting session one week day evening and here's what we samples: Pan Seared Hokkaido Scallops wrapped in Pancetta with Truffled Angel Hair Pasta and Caviar sauce($32) -  the scallops are plump and juicy complemented well with the pasta that offers some bite and chew Proscuitto Pizza ($38) - crispy crust with tangy tomato sauce and sweetness from the caramelised onions Tuscany style tomato soup with king crab and basil foam($18) - the lightness of the tomato soup did not over power the crab Slow cooked Australian Lamb Rack ($48) - lamb is sous vided before it is grilled which yield a tender meat with crusty exterior Taglionlini with Boston Lobster ($48) - well, you can't go wrong with a pricey lobster cooked just nice Pappardelle with Ragout of slow cooked Venision and Pecorino ($40) - the sauce from the slow cooked meat coats and complements the italian "kway tiao" in a way that make you want more of it Risotto, sous vide Oxtail and sweet saba reduction ($38) - the risotto is darker in colour due to the saba reduction, goes well with the fork tender oxtail meat Tiramisu - the mascarpone cheese seems to have been whipped to give the desert a lightness compared to the usual tiramisu, not something I will expect for a tiramisu but it is a nice variation since we are full from the dinner feast  
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