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OSO Ristorante

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Address: 46 Bukit Pasoh Road, 089858
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This well-regarded Italian fine dining restaurant has specialities such as mixed cold cuts, a lamb rack baked for eight hours and a hot dark chocolate tart corstata served with milk ice cream.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 00:00

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Dinner (33 votes), Fine Dining (22 votes), Romance/First Dates (19 votes)
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Great SG50 5-course Dinner on 11Aug2015

See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/08/13/great-sg50-5-course-dinner-oso-on-11aug2015/

organised a belated birthday for a close friend at oso on 11.8.2015. ^^

we took the SG50 5-course dinner menu. we had 7pax.

we were served some rye bread & focaccia with olive oil & balsamic. quite ok.

first was a cured salmon with caviar & some shaved fennel. it was nice. not exceptional but a great starter. 

we had cream of cauliflower soup.

soup was smooth, quite tasty, a bit thick. pretty ok but no better than my own cream of cauliflower.pasta was also average.

good pasta certainly, but quite ordinary, no stand out.

we had 4 orders of veal cheeks & 3 orders of fish. dory not my choice fish.

i tried some from my friend. it was pretty ok. i guess good for a dory fillet.

the braised veal cheek with beetroot – stracotto was excellent though.

tender, totally consistent & not very beefy, quite gentle & quite excellent bite, not the sinewy stewed meat type. i would say one of the best braised meat.

& the crotata – choc lava tart was marvellous.croatata – choc lava tart

it’s like any good choc lava cake, with the tart giving it very good combination of texture.

the restaurant was told that it was a birthday celebration, so they provided a tiramisu cake for the birthday, a good gesture practiced by most good restaurants.

however, when i called to reconfirm the reservation on the day, the person who answered told me he reserved a nice quiet corner for us. but in fact we had 7pax seated on a table 6 with 1 chair at the end & next to the kitchen with a lot of traffic. that would have been quite fine if the restaurant was full but it was just 50% occupied, so i think that was not quite the level of service for a good restaurant.

anyway we had a great evening. food was good, especially the braised veal cheeks & the choc lava tart. the cured salmon was pretty good as well.

dinner was S$50pax for 5-course. we were all quite happy with the meal & ambience.

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• 13 Aug 2015 • 350 reviews • 1 follower

Great SG50 5-course Dinner on 11Aug2015

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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/08/13/great-sg50-5-course-dinner-oso-on-11aug2015/

organised a belated birthday for a close friend at oso on 11.8.2015. ^^

we took the SG50 5-course dinner menu. we had 7pax.

we were served some rye bread & focaccia with olive oil & balsamic. quite ok.

first was a cured salmon with caviar & some shaved fennel. it was nice. not exceptional but a great starter. 

we had cream of cauliflower soup.

soup was smooth, quite tasty, a bit thick. pretty ok but no better than my own cream of cauliflower.pasta was also average.

good pasta certainly, but quite ordinary, no stand out.

we had 4 orders of veal cheeks & 3 orders of fish. dory not my choice fish.

i tried some from my friend. it was pretty ok. i guess good for a dory fillet.

the braised veal cheek with beetroot – stracotto was excellent though.

tender, totally consistent & not very beefy, quite gentle & quite excellent bite, not the sinewy stewed meat type. i would say one of the best braised meat.

& the crotata – choc lava tart was marvellous.croatata – choc lava tart

it’s like any good choc lava cake, with the tart giving it very good combination of texture.

the restaurant was told that it was a birthday celebration, so they provided a tiramisu cake for the birthday, a good gesture practiced by most good restaurants.

however, when i called to reconfirm the reservation on the day, the person who answered told me he reserved a nice quiet corner for us. but in fact we had 7pax seated on a table 6 with 1 chair at the end & next to the kitchen with a lot of traffic. that would have been quite fine if the restaurant was full but it was just 50% occupied, so i think that was not quite the level of service for a good restaurant.

anyway we had a great evening. food was good, especially the braised veal cheeks & the choc lava tart. the cured salmon was pretty good as well.

dinner was S$50pax for 5-course. we were all quite happy with the meal & ambience.

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  • amatriciana – bacon, red wine, tomato pasta
• 14 Feb 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Fabulous pasta

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The rigatoni ala amatriciana and wild boar pasta were simply excellent, couldn't have enough of it. We also liked the chocolate cake and the burratta. Service was very attentive and a great restaurant overall. Highly recommended.
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• 08 Feb 2015 • 69 reviews • 2 followers

Artistic Ambience

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Read my full review with more pictures at http://www.eatdreamlove.com/oso-ristorante/

We ordered the following:
- 2 dinner sets from Restaurant week (October 2014)

I like the Classic Poached Prawns Cocktail. It was fresh and crunchy. 
The Oven-Baked Oso's Classic "Crostata" was also great. Lovely Twig like design.
They have artistic ambience and is a great place to spend your night with your partner or friends.
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