6866 1988
Latteria houses the widest range of fresh mozzarella in Singapore. It is a family style southern Italian trattoria located in Duxton Hill. Enjoy mozzarella of all varieties, shapes and sizes flown in direct from Italy’s artisanal cheese producers or sink your teeth into other hearty Italian pasta bakes and big plates at this chic and casual mozzarella bar. continue reading
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18:00 - 23:00
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12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
18:00 - 23:00
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
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Review (3)
Level4 2013-03-25
Pan-Seared Buffalo Milk Mozzarella wrapped in Parma HamThe mozzarella cheese is sweet and balance out the salty parma ham.Smoked Mozzarella RisottoDisappointing dish as it is under-cooked.Lamb Shank, Chickpeas & Red Wine CasseroleVery tender.Seafood CacciuccoNot hot enough.Red Wine Pear with Mascarpone MousseThe pear is very soft and flavorful. The mousse is light in taste. continue reading
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For more reviews and pictures, visit my blog at www.ms-skinnyfat.comThis 90-seater semi-alfresco restaurant has taken over the now-defunct Britsh gastropub The Jackson Plan, and the menu revolves around 11 variations of fresh mozzarella, each served with a contrasting side ($20-30). These creamy and milky bundles of joy are imported twice weekly from Italy.Frankly, a mozzarella bar sounds kinda intimidating even for a cheese lover like i am but there are non raw dairy dishes available as well. Our couple friend invited us along for their Restaurant Week booking. For $35, we had a 4 course meal from their actual menu. Here is what we ate.Our starter of Crab & Stracciatella Cheese Salad with Roasted Zucchini ($20). I love the shredded rags of cow's milk mozzarella and fresh cream. It is delightfully rich but not too heavy. The crab meat lent a light and fresh seafood sweetness to the mix and i love the juicy roasted zucchinis at the base of the tower. The red wine balsamic reduction lifted the dish with the slightly bitter sweet acidity. Nicely done.Next up, the Smoked Scamorza & Porcini Mushrooms Risotto ($25). Smoked Scamorza has a more dominant in taste than the mozzarella and i like how its natural saltiness flavored the risotto cream broth. I would say this is more of a wet risotto but it's nicely executed nonetheless. Would be a good dish to share.I was surprised at the size of the Grilled Beef Sirloin Steak Tagliata with Rucola & Truffle Sauce ($35). This is a full size steak, grilled simply and served on rockets. The steak was tender and done medium rare like we like it. Love the truffle sauce too. I could hardly finish my dishes.For desserts, it was the Lemon Panna Cotta with Balsamic Strawberries ($15). The pudding is slightly more curdled and firm but i love the thick milky smooth texture which is perfumed by the refreshing lemon. This is a match made in heaven. (No picture because the lighting is pretty bad and i think using the flash is rude.)Enjoy their 3 course weekday set lunch at only $28++. You don't have to wait till Restaurant Week to do that. continue reading
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I am WOWed by their wide selection of mozzarella. From Bufala to Stracciatella, you name it they have it! (went crazy just by looking at their mozzarella specialties list)For those not out for a mozzarella attack, they do serve pretty decent pasta bakes, spaghetti, grilled seafood and meats. Be warned that portions are huge so its best to go in a big group so you can share and order more! (plus most of the food items are priced $20 and above, quite pricey so its best to share)Overall ambience is nice and cozy with a rustic edge to its interior. I like it that their al fresco area leads to a nice little garden and huge outdoor deck. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)