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Ristorante Italiano Pietro is a fine dining Italian restaurant helmed by celebrity chef Peter Neo. The restaurant seats 88, with 32 alfresco seats and 56 indoor seats. One of their attraction is the red oven which patrons love to see their chefs whipping up a cool pizza to their delight. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:30
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Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Pork Free
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Signature Dishes
Pork Knuckle Seafood Soup Spaghetti alle Vongole Margherita Pizza
Review (5)
Level4 2013-10-21
After 2 Mexican BDay meals, hub is happy to eat his next favourite cuisine - Pizza. We decided on Pietro as we are up north anyway and being hungry, we went overboard with the ordering (again). We had:1) Fried Calamari - the rings are are done well, crispy crust but the squid is a tad rubbery. The accompanying tomato sauce is very good!2) Baked Seafood Linguine - I asked for spicy version and I must say I like it! They're generous with their ingredients and its fresh. I scooped up every bit of sauce as I finished my portion  3) BBQ Ribs - the sauce was a tad too sweet for me preference but meat is tender. If you like sweet, you'll love this one. 4) Roasted Pork Belly - it's fancy shio-Bak with Ang Mo sauce. Nice but nothing too special. 5) Pizzas - we had 2 and I forgot the names! But it's meaty and tasty. Hubby felt that they were normal nice but still lose out to Pepperoni's distinct flavours.  All in all a good place to come for food. Not necessarily the best place for pizzas or pasta but good enough. continue reading
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Level2 2013-05-12
My friends introduce a new place for good food in Yio Chu Kang. The restaurant was located near Seletar Hills, beside this got some private houses. And heard that the chef quite famous , so we decide to try it. Come to the intalian restaurant, must 1st try their spaghetti. I was ordered the spaghetti carbonara which also my favourite. Some restaurants. spaghetti carbonara too creamy that they just simply use cream and bacon add in to make it so called "cabornara" but here the sauce is good as well as the ingredient. The 2nd thing is the pizza. The pizza was pretty good. I say pretty good because it's just a bit less than delicious, but also below the standards of what you can get in the area.This one is the Mushroom risotto and this is the must you need to try. The rice mixed with the sauce, the smell of the mushroom all melt in your mouth. Although we was full after finished the spaghetti, we still finished it in 5 minutes time. Really fantastic. continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-17
Whenever I craving for some seafood dishes, this is one of my favourite choice. The clams used are very fresh and chewy. The fresh prawns are also very crunchy and sweet too. The soup base is very thick and creamy. Love the presentation as is really beautiful and appetitizing. THe best part to me is that it served to me hot at my table. Price maybe abit high, but still worth it. continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-03
Four Cheese Pizza definitely a must try pizza. I love the fragrance smell of the cheese and the thin crusty layer of the pizza skin allows our tastebud to savour the sinful cheesy. I had 2 slices and i can't get enough of it.Bolognese Risotto which has rich tomato flavor sauce and goes smooth, creamy and oozy. It's delicious and served in pipping hot.Chocolate Lava with rum. Truly amazed with the rich molten moist of chocolate that totally blew me away. I love chocolate and this truly gives me a sinful taste of itChocolate ice-cream which the presentation attracts us the most. My friend had it all finish by herself within minutes. Simply in love with the desserts.We are just spoiled with all the delicious foods served. continue reading
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- The ShopCelebrity Chef Peter Neo has opened a new semi-fine dining Italian Restaurant off Yio Chu Kang Road on 28 May 2012. Well-known for his superb culinary skills, witty and innovative creations for fusion Italian food, Pietro also has a luxurious touch to its interior decor, with a beautiful feature wall that blends into the alfresco, making you feel that you are in Italy!- The FoodGarlic Bread, Garlic SauceGarlic bread will be served complimentary with any order. Nice garlic flavour sauce that was noticeable but not overpowering.Prosciutto & Melone @ $18The parma ham wrapped with rock melon was a beautiful combination of salty and sweetness. Fancy appetize that pleases both the eye and the palate.Zuppa di Mare @ $12A seafood feast of delicious tomato broth concocted with a variety of fresh succulent seafood such as prawns, clams, mussels, squids with white wine, basil leaves and chilli. Solid flavourful soup!Funghi Portobello @ $20Large portobello mushroom basked with crab meat, ebiko and prawn was superbly succulent and the extra oomph from the rich gorgonzola sauce, mmmm...Gnocchi alla Marinara @ $22This was the first time I had tasted the gnocchi (potato dumplings) sauteed with seafood in creamy marinara (Italian tomato sauce) and topped with deep fried baby octopus. The flavors melded nicely with the seafood but I thought it was a little starchy to my liking.Pancetta Arrosto @ $26A steamed-roasted pork belly that gives you beautiful succulent moist tender pork with crisp crackling skin served with smooth apple sauce, porcini and kidney beans. Every texture, flavour and aroma worked together perfectly. Plenty of meat and bags of flavour.Spaghetti alle Vongole @ $18The briny juices from the fresh clams flavor the brothy white wine sauce. I will love to bits if there was a stronger taste of white wine and a little bit more of chilli.Costolette di Agnello @ $42Grilled Australian lamb rack accompanied with broccoli pudding and gorgonzola sauce was unique. The lamb was tender and my friends think it was grilled to perfection, I felt it was a little dry thou. Note that the chef may replace the broccoli pudding (was tasty) to carrot or mushroom pudding (may be a tad rich) depend on stock availability.Calamari Fritti @ $18The squid dredged in self made battered was chewy and delectable on its own. Not greasy, fried to perfection, slightly salty and definitely one of the most delicious seafood delicacies.Pizza Pietro @ $26Thin crust with homemade pork sausage with cream, porcini, rocket and mozzarella cheese.Tortino di Lava con Rum @ $15Digging into this rich and moist molten chocolate lava cake was awesome! Cue the ooey-gooey center leaving you want more... and more. Warning, this goodness is for chocolate lover only!Tortino alla Frutta @ $14.80Another new creative creation of Chef Peter. This frutti lava not only look impressive but also have the "wow" factor!Decadent rivers of passion fruit encased in soft fragrant cake waiting for me to indulge into a creamy pool of deliciousness, mmm....Tiramisu @ $12We finally (finally!!) wrapped up our meal with tiramisu which I thought was delectably delicious. Soft layer of cake, light mascarpone, with a right balance of espresso and cream liqueur.- My OpinionIn my opinion, this could be one of the best Italian Restaurant I had visited so far. Maybe I don't know how to appreciate the favor in my past visit, but over here the taste are well liked to my palate.Don't let the remoteness of this place scare you. You will definitely find a sumptuous spread of dishes that uses original homemade sauce and fresh top quality ingredients. Not forgetting the exquisite desserts and wine. continue reading
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