When mentioning a couple of friends that we were going to visit Lolla, I heard "good but overpriced" a few times.
Perhaps because we did not drink much, but we had a very pleasant dinner for two for about $65 each and we did not leave hungry. This is a good place.
Our seats were downstairs, where some other reviewers mentioned they would be a bit sturdy. It is a counter-concept so fair enough.
We were attended by "Alan", if I recall correctly, who was extremely attentive while not intrusive. Very good service.
He suggested to order about four dishes. We did 5 between two, and and that was just perfect (mind you: we are decent eaters). On the side, we were given two (generous) samples of red wine: a portuguese and a spanish. Spanish it was, very good.
The meal started with the crostini bread with San Marzano puree'. This dish, while pleasant, did not standout (the sauce while not bad, wasnt exceptionally tasting).
We moved onto a cheesy suffle' which was very good and well presented, before the highlights of the meal: beef tongue and pork neck. Both extremely savory and interesting, while not overbearing. To finish off "lightly" we had the smoked scamorza (an italian cheese), that was ok (somewhat rare to find in Sing ).
Definitely worth a visit.
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