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Ricciotti Pizza Pasta and Deli (The Riverwalk)

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Ricciotti Pizza Pasta Grill serves Italian cuisines. Their simple approach to food allows the natural flavours of various ingredients to enhance the taste of his food thus making it a treat for the taste-buds.

Daily: 10:00 - 23:00

+65 65339060
$25 based on 69 submissions
Dinner (33 votes), After Work (31 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (28 votes)
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Boat Quay has been a popular haunts for overpriced seafood restaurants, bars and pubs with a scenic view of the Singapore River. But unknown to many, especially locals, a Italian restaurant has been taking roots at Riverwalk side-by-side with the ever-crowded Jumbo Seafood Restaurant. First opened in 2004, Ricciotti has won the hearts of many office workers with its quality home-style Italian cuisine. I highly recommend Linguine Al Granchio, Linguine with crabmeat in creamy tomato sauce, this is one pasta dish not to be missed. 

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• 06 Mar 2015 • 50 reviews • 0 follower

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Boat Quay has been a popular haunts for overpriced seafood restaurants, bars and pubs with a scenic view of the Singapore River. But unknown to many, especially locals, a Italian restaurant has been taking roots at Riverwalk side-by-side with the ever-crowded Jumbo Seafood Restaurant. First opened in 2004, Ricciotti has won the hearts of many office workers with its quality home-style Italian cuisine. I highly recommend Linguine Al Granchio, Linguine with crabmeat in creamy tomato sauce, this is one pasta dish not to be missed. 

For other reviews, please visit https://whattoeatah.wordpress.com
Or you can also find me on instagram @whattoeatah
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• 16 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Recently refitted and now more comfortable and upto date. Nice location by river and quieter than Clarke Quay.
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• 03 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Went with my family to try out their Sunday Brunch menu and were all very contented especially with the food. Good portions! For $38++ we enjoyed 3 courses which is very reasonable. Staff were polite and service provided was very cordial. Plus points for live jazz band music! awesome dining experience.



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