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Nancy Silverton, Mario Batali and Joseph Bastianich meld their prodigious talents to bring Pizzeria Mozza and Osteria Mozza to the heart of Los Angeles. With the devout commitment to product, environment and hospitality, the two unique and equally engaging concepts provide dynamic templates for displaying the group's profound passions. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
17:00 - 23:00
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
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Signature Dishes
Orecchiette With Sausage And Swiss Chard
Review (24)
In the 2015 version of San Pellegrino and Acqua Panna's Asia's Top 50 restaurants listing, Osteria Mozza is the top-ranked Italian restaurant. So that makes it Singapore's best Italian eatery ... right?!?Anyways decor is nice and ambience is energetic and lively. Food is very good ... be warned though that some dishes (like the mozzarella with parma ham and any pasta ragu) are a little on the salty side. In isolation they're fine, but if you mess up and order 2-3 of them the sodium levels can be a bit high.At $240 for two people (for dinner) prices aren't cheap at all ... but you could also say "osteria mozza is a lot cheaper than any other of the top 10 restaurants in singapore" and sort of deceive yourself that it's reasonable Remember to make a reservation because this place is packed even on weeknights.Do visit blog for full review and photos: http://bit.ly/1BtsVLQ continue reading
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My husband and I are obsessed with Mozza. Believe us when we say, it offers the best pasta & pizza in Singapore! We even went to Italy recently and were craving Mozza back in Singapore! At Pizzeria, the pizza base is thin and crispy, while the crust is fluffy and light. I'd highly, highly recommend getting the meat lovers pizza which comes piled high with salami, fennel sausage, pancetta, and bacon!At Osteria, the Orecchiette with sausage and Swiss chard is amazing. Both places have impeccable service. For full review and more photos, please visit http://treatsandmeats.com/blog/2013/7/15/uja0igs853qqhi83hv7y1gk6l7e2db continue reading
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Level3 2013-02-20
If you are a fan of the world-renowned iron chef Mario Batali, Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza are the places you should head to. Mozza, Batali's (together with Nancy Silverton and Joe Bastianich) first venture into Asia is exactly similar as they are in California, hosting two top notch restaurants under one roof.Recommended by one of my buddies, I decided to give a little surprise by bringing my significant other, Peiyi to Pizzeria Mozza for her 22nd birthday dinner after a pampering pedicure and manicure at Marina Square (with a surprise cake from her friends). Different from their classy counterpart Osteria, Pizzeria Mozza has a more vibrant and noisy ambience. Asked by the reception staff whether we mind getting the counter seats else we had to wait, we decided to go for the counter, where a full view of the pizza chefs working their magic unfold before us. Since most of the items on their awesomely-designed menu are foreign to me, I requested one of the friendly service staff to recommend some food items.We had their insalate (salad), Nancy's Chopped Salad (S$20.00) - a creation by one of the founders, Nancy Silverton who was also awarded the prestigious Pastry Chef of the Year by the James Beard Foundation. The salad consists of basic greens, red onions, cherry tomatoes, garbanzo beans, drizzled with oregano vinaigrette. It has an interesting combination of flavours and textures, but overall, the salad is a tad too sour for my liking. Another downside is the price, usually I do not order salad as their cost price is less than a few bucks, moreover twenty is definitely overpriced.Pizzeria Mozza's Wednesday Special: Pesce al Forno (S$34.00) is wrapped in radicchio and salsa verde. It has a slight sourness which complements the sweet taste of the fish. Meat is soft and tender, no less flavourful. Definitely one of the must tries here.Pizzeria Mozza is well-known for its pizza prepared and cooked using the traditional oven. And of course we had to order one of their speciality pizzas - Nettles, egg, Salame Gentile & Caciocavallo (S$30.00). People, especially kiasu Singaporeans love thin-crusted pizzas, because it comes with more toppings. But unlike any of your usual pizzas, this has a greater crust to ingredients ratio. Turning you off already? Let me tell you, that the pastry used is created by the celebrity chefs that founded Mozza, this thick crust is tasteful and so crispy, yet fluffy on the interior. Matched with the crunchy and nettles (I have officially fallen in love for these almighty leaves), salami, top-grade cheese and finished with a runny sunny-side up, three words - Best Pizza Ever.It is needless to think whether I am re-visiting Pizzeria Mozza again, but I would really love to try out the classy Osteria Mozza. In total, it is a well-spent S$100 out of my pocket. Definitely will be back for other speciaility pizzas! continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-30
This place is so popular that the friends and i waited for weeks to get in.Interesting mats on your table to keep you busy while waiting for your food as the music is too loud to have a decent conversation. We were shouting at each other throughout the dinner. Their cutlery are placed in envelopes - creative people!We had chicken livers bruschetta for starters. It was my first time eating chicken livers - its so disgusting. There's this weird taste of iron, well its either you love or hate this.Next we had prosciutto w burrata, both are so fresh and extremely good that i was trying not to snatch the food away from the other 7 girls.Both pizzas were wiped off in 5 minutes. It is that good. No words can explain it. The banana gelato pie: hot fudge and candied hazelnuts is one of the must try desserts. Not very popular among the girls. Next, we also had butterscotch budino: Maddon sea salt & rosemary pine nut biscotti - my favourite - was so glad that nobody liked it as its too sweet for them Lastly we had caramel copetta: marshmallow sauce & salted peanuts - definitely a favorite among the 7 girls as i am allergic to peanuts. Expensive desserts but it chase away the blues! continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-28
Just saw in the restaurant description that they brought it to "Loz Angeles", but it's actually SINGAPORE! They're from L.A but now they're in SIngapore, hooray!Visited by a great layout of seeing who the chefs are, they don't really hide behind the scenes so we can see how busy they are preparing our pizza. And I really love the fire stove oven, it livens up the atmosphere and makes it look really good!We ordered a 3-piece chicken, topped with delicious sauces. It cost $18 (i.e: $6 per piece). It wasn't very filling to be shared among 3 of us, although it looks quite huge as a portion and all. There was ample meat and the skin was crispy and a refreshing taste!We also had vegetable leeks with bacon, topped with their restaurant's secret recipe sauce. It was quite zesty and the bacon was stripped off all fats so it was extremely satisfying to know that you're sort of eating healthily? *grins*The best has yet to come! We ordered a Fresh goat cheese, leeks, scallions, garlic and bacon pizza, A DEFINITELY MUST-TRY. This was quite expensive though, about $20+, but we are paying for the experience and the authentic taste. continue reading
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