There's a reason why this is restaurant received raving reviews--all the dishes are all so well-executed with such finesse and attention to details. Yes, it's expensive but if you enjoy good Italian food and wouldn't mind splurging once in a while, it's totally worth it.
The concept is modern Italian dishes and the decos/ambience in the restaurant were on par with the theme--cleanline, minimalist and yet lively, retaining the Italian energy.
We had the 4 courses menu, all the dishes were cooked, presented and served like pieces of art in terms of visual and flavour appeals. The moment the grossini and bread laid on my mouth, I felt like my tongue has just made a tour to Italy.
The starter to the last course, nothing disappointed us. HOWEVER, if I had to pick on something, I would say my main course, bacon-wrapped sole with gnocchi was a little too salty for my liking. But the Ossobuco a famous Milanese veal dish (I know, the most politically disputable meat) that my husband ordered was more than made up for the lacking the sole dish.
And to end the meal with sweet note, we had the BEST panna cotta hands down with oriental twist with Jasmine infusion. Bless the Italians for such beautiful dolci!
1. If you plan to have a private function/dinner, ask for the long table on the side of the restaurant, which is cozy and quiet and yet accessible by the waiters.
2. Ossobuco is a MUST-TRY, if it's available on the menu.
3. Call earlier to make reservation because there's always a beeline waiting outside the restaurant.
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