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Trattoria Italian Kitchen

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Previously known as Trattoria Cuccina Italiana, Trattoria Italian Kitchen serves a variety of Italian cuisine. Their secret ingredient - authenticity, simplicity, quality imported ingredients, great service and value. Trattoria truly lives up to its reputation as an informal restaurant serving simple Italian dishes.

Daily: 10:00 - 21:00

+65 6884 6884
+65 68344833
$26 based on 86 submissions
Dinner (25 votes), Lunch (22 votes), People Watching (21 votes)
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nice Italiano

the Marguerite pizza was rhin and the sauce flavored very well. we had the tagliatelle bolognese with garlic bread and was very good.

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• 28 Feb 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

nice Italiano

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the Marguerite pizza was rhin and the sauce flavored very well. we had the tagliatelle bolognese with garlic bread and was very good.
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• 08 Dec 2014 • 475 reviews • 7 followers

Simple but tasty Italian fare

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The last time I dined at Trattoria Culina was years back, when 313 @ Somerset just opened. Well, good to know that this authentic Italian restaurant has planted its feet firmly here, despite the changing trends and other restaurants closing down, etc. Hence, it was time to revisit for a good old Italian dinner.

For mains, we shared the Baked Lasagna with Bolognese and Bechamel (SGD$19.90) - tender layers of minced beef ragu enclaved between layers of cheese and pasta, a sticky and chewy delight, teasing the palate with rich flavors and texture.

Then we also had a Ravioli Al Funghi (SGD$24.90) - pretty, scallop-shaped ravioli bursting with cheese , tossed in a delicious cream sage sauce. There were at least two types of mushrooms spotted, adding to the dish the distinctive sweetness of mushrooms. The ravioli was taut and once bitten in, the melting cheese exploded in the mouth. This was a fabulous selection.

For dessert, we shared an Apple Crumble (SGD$9.90) - a delicious bowl of fresh apple cubes, rocks of pastry and a large scoop of vanilla ice-cream. It was warm and tasty, not too sweet, with the large rocks of crunchy crusts adding bite and flavor to the whole dessert overall.

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• 06 Oct 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Simple, basic Italian food that we are used to.

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This place is great if you just want a simple pasta or pizza. They serve traditional Italian dishes that we are familiar with. We have found it fine for a quick lunch or dinner. Gets a bit noisy. I've been there about 6 times. On one occasion the Lasagna was served cold but they gave me a new one and it's not bad, had it twice since although I can cook a better one :) Rissoto Marinara has too much squid and not enough prawns, clams etc so we won't be ordering that again. Vongole is great and so are the Pizzas. Service is good and it is kid friendly. 
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