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Introduction
Ricciotti today stands out not only for its impeccable Italian food, for which it is known since 2004, but also for being a trendy and cosy place with great design, contemporary art, music and great service. continue reading
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11:30 - 23:00
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11:30 - 23:00
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Open Till Late
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http://www.ricciotti.co/
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Signature Dishes
Ricciotti Pizza Pasta and Deli Nutella Sweet Pizza Nizzarda Salad Carrot Cake Cod Fillet
Review (14)
Riciotti Singapore has been around since 2004, bringing to the patrons nothing short of what a good family-oriented Italian restaurant should offer - good food, passion, tradition, laughter, love, joy and loud conversations. They created a complete Italian dining experience with modern art, music and contemporary design etc, embracing the Italian culture wholesomely. Besides that, Riciotti Singapore also organizes "Food for Good" initiatives which include fund-raising and other charitable events. I had a Cod Fillet (SGD$32.00) - pan seared and luscious, served with sautéed spinach and potatoes, and topped with sun-dried tomatoes, thyme and wine sauce. I loved how the crackling skin parted easily under knifepoint to reveal snowy flesh that melted deliciously in the mouth, heightened by the sauce it was infused with.Next, the Nizzarda Salad (SGD$19.00) was made up of mesclun, fresh tuna loin, quail eggs, green beans, cherry tomatoes, cucumber and anchovies topped with sherry dressing. I loved this refreshing starter because it contained most of my favorite foodstuff all in one!Following that, we had the Supplì (SGD$15.00) - an Italian snack that was primarily fried risotto balls stuffed with beef ragu and mozarella cheese. These crispy balls stuffed with chewy rice were quickly snapped up as well.Desserts came next. Carrot Cake (SGD$8.00) was moistened, with cinnamon and walnuts, topped with frosting. The cake was dense but not hard, sweet but not cloying; a rather good slice of carrot cake.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/12/lunch-at-riccioti-italian-restaurant.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-28
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I was invited to Ricciotti Riverside for their 10th Anniversary Media Party on 16 October 2014. Ricciotti was formerly known as Ricciotti Pizza Pasta Grill. In conjunction with its tenth anniversary, it officially underwent significant changes to provide its customers with a new dining experience. It also combines all things Italia, combining food with the Arts, Music and Culture.The tasting menu looked really impressive and I was looking forward to the party!Contemporary design of the restaurant, with many of the items imported from Italy. First, we had a sharing plate of a few types of appetizers. Carpaccio Di Polpo (Sliced Octopus, Lemon, Fennel) which was refreshing and made a good appetizer before we had the mains. I liked their Asparagi Alla Griglia, which is grilled asparagus and parma ham. We also snacked on the Polenta Herb Fries, which was served with truffle mushroom sauce dip. It was quite an unique combination. Another refreshing dish on the plate was Nizzarda Salad that was a blend of mesclun, fresh tuna loin, quail eggs, green beans, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, anchovies topped with sherry dressing. Lastly, we also had Panzerotti, pizza doughs (shaped like our curry puffs) that were stuffed with chef's creation.Opening speech from the management. “A fresh take on the gastronomic experience is what people should expect from Ricciotti. Coming together over food, art and music, what’s not to enjoy?” said Managing Director, Ottavio Gori. DC Mulay, founder of Crozzborderz, sharing about "Food for Good".http://www.crozzborderz.com/ricciotti Luca Ciarla played his violin with deep emotions, marrying his music with art installations projected on the screen.Kezia Terracciano, a world-renowned artist born in Italy, performed live at the party while we were enjoying the great food. Back to the food. For Pasta selection, we had Gnocchi Al Gorgonzola (Spinach gnocchi with gorgonzola cheese), Linguine Al Granchio (Crab Meat, Chilli, Tomato Cream) and Risotto Al Frutti Di Mare (Arborio Rice with Seafood).For the main courses, we felt that the Cod Fillet was a clear winner. It was fresh and tender, served with sundried tomatoes and sauteed spinach. The Chicken Skewer was presented on chickpea dip. The chicken meat, which was marinated with herbs, had a nice flavour.We had a Porcini E Scamorza Pizza. Toppings included Porcini mushrooms and cow's milk cheese. This pizza was not too heavy on the stomach but I do wish there were more mushrooms on it. Finale for the tasting session! The Dessert Platter! Soffiatto (Dark Chocolate molten cake with Stracciatella gelato), Canella Sweet Pizza, Tiramisu and Carrot Cake. continue reading
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Level1 2014-11-16
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A delightful restaurant for group gatherings or quiet dates, Ricciotti Pizza Pasta Grill at Riverwalk serves up a variety of fresh Italian food. The service is quick and attentive, plus the crew are quite jovial. The outlet has just went though a facelift and now boasts a sleek modern interior. There is an alfresco seating area and a bar outside—great if you're looking for a place to grab a drink with friends.There’s an outdoor bar and alfresco seating that would make a great spot to hang out after work in groups. The inviting interior has a more quiet, private setting and even includes a private dining room that can sit up to 10 pax.The Cioppino Soup is supposed to be a comfort dish for the Italians which is why all the ingredients are cooked together with a rough presentation. The tomato based soup is tasty with the fresh seafood. The Eggplant Parmigiana ($15.00++) was one of my favourites of the night. I absolutely abhor eggplant, but this is the first time I tried a spoonful then asked for more and unashamedly even dug into others’ portions! There’s no slimy eggplant taste in this dish which is cooked lasagne style with layers of eggplants, cheese and tomato sauce. You could eat this atop the focaccia bread, but since I’m gluten intolerant I tend to avoid bread, and this dish tasted delicious on it’s own. Highly recommended and very affordable.One of my favourite mains would be the Risotto Ai Frutti Di Mare ($28.00++)—Arborio rice with seafood. The risotto was just nice with a little bite and a creamy texture. Love how it’s plated with the mussels and clams!The last of our tasting mains were two pizzas. 9” Porcini E Scamorza Pizza ($20.00)—Porcini mushrooms and cow’s milk cheese; and 9” Al Tartufo Pizza ($20.00)—Black truffles, quail eggs and mushrooms. The mushroom pizza was quite average when put next to the truffle pizza that everyone was eyeing. I’m not a huge fan of truffle myself, but the quail eggs with runny yolks caught my eyes and tastebuds. I highly recommend trying the Al Tartufo Pizza when you visit Ricciotti. Another drawing point is that their pizzas are hand-made fresh when they’re ordered!My favourite dessert of the night was the($8.00++)—Silky vanilla cream pudding with seasonal fruit sauce. The sweet, tangy berry sauce blended well with the vanilla panna cotta. I would definitely order this on my next visit. A very light and refreshing dessert which is great after a heavy meal.Highly recommended is the Eggplant Parmigiana in lasagne style with layers of eggplant, cheese and tomato sauce that has eggplant sceptics like myself wanting more! The Risotto Ai Frutti Di Mare (Seafood Risotto) is a delicious main accompanied with fresh mussels, clams and prawns. Pizzas are made-to-order and the Al Tartufo Pizza (Truffle, mushroom & quail egg pizza) is definitely worth a try. Dessert picks would be the Tiramisu and refreshing Panna Cotta. continue reading
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Ricciotti (formerly known as Riciotti Pizza Pasta Grill) was established in October 2004. The restaurant has undergone a new facelift recently with the theme of "Benvenuti Casa", meaning "welcome home". It was re-opened in mid October 2014, and celebrated their 10th year anniversary with a newly revamped menu!Antipasti: Cioppino Soup - Mixed Seafood stew with garlic crostini. The seafood were very fresh - A mixture of prawns, mussels, clams & squids with robust soup. The soup was a little salty-sour, which makes it very appetizing. Really loved this soup!!! Dip the garlic bread into the yummy soup for full enjoyment!Antipasti: Carpaccio Di Polpo - Thinly Sliced octopus with lemon, orange, tomato & fennel. The octopus has a chewy texture with refreshing taste that was stimulating on the palate. They were flown from Spain! No wonder it tasted so nice. Great appetizer!Antipasti: Eggplant Parmigiana - Baked eggplants in tomato sauce with focaccia bread. I'm not an eggplant fan, but i was really amazed by this unique lasagna-style baked eggplant. It was so tender, you won't realise that it was actually an eggplant! Complemented with toasted focaccia bread.Antipasti: Nizzarda Salad - The salad comprises of Mesclun, fresh tuna loin, quail eggs, green beans, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, anchovies, and sherry dressing. I really enjoyed the black-pepper-sprinkled tuna so much! And the quail eggs were so soft that they melted in my mouth! A very delightful salad!Main Course: Grilled Seabass - Seabass, tomato concasse capers, baby spinach salad. Wow, this is definitely my favourite dish here! The seabass was so tender, fresh and the skin was crisp too! How i wish I didn't have to share this dish that day! Haha.. I never had so much potatoes in my life. This time, a few of us kept attacking the potatoes! There were parsley and other spices on it, very aromatic and addictive!Main Course: Risotto Ai Frutti di Mare - Arborio rice with seafood. Risotto is a north Italian rice dish cooked in broth to a creamy consistency. The seafood flavour immersed into the creamy and starchy arborio rice that has a pleasant taste..Main Course: Porcini E Scamorza Pizza - Porcini mushrooms, cow's milk cheese. Cheese lovers favourite pizza! The taste for this pizza was lighter with generous portions of sausages and chicken slices. Not over cheesy, just the right amount of cheese.Main Course: Al Tartufo Pizza - Black truffles, quail eggs, mushrooms. This is a MUST-Order Pizza!!! These 3 ingredients = Great combination! The quail egg was so smooth and with the black truffle fragrance to enhance the pizza, the taste of the whole pizza was truly sublime and it just simply melt in my mouth!!!This is Chef Akram - The man behind these awesome pizzas!Dessert: Nutella Sweet Pizza - Nutella with chopped hazelnuts. How can we resist this sweet pizza? My first time having sweet pizza and it certainly delighted my taste buds. Very thin crusted pizza with yummy nutella spread, my favourite hazelnuts and icing sugar, what a wonderful dessert pizza!Dessert: Panna Cotta - Silky vanilla cream pudding with seasonal fruit sauce. The Panna Cotta was very light with vanilla beans, and not too sweet. The texture was just nice too. The fruit sauce was quite sour for me so i would prefer to have it without the sauce.Dessert: Tiramisu - Classic Italian recipe with mascarpone cream, espresso and lady finger. The must-have Italian dessert at a Italian restaurant! This tiramisu was not too rich, but lacked of some alcohol punch. The texture was spongy with some chocolate shavings atop. This is a place where i will visit again & again as there are a wide variety of food selection in the menu! I like the casual and comfy ambience with good quality food!For full review & photos, please visit:http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/11/ricciotti-riverwalk-20-upper-circular.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-08
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Ricciotti located at Riverwalk has recently has a new facelit with brand new of dinning experiences for customers. Here, they offer Italy’s homely and cosy lifestyle, arts and live music. It’s a brand new way of rebranding the restaurant with more visual and hearing satisfaction. You can find some of the paintings done by the Italian artists around the interior of the restaurant. It is best for gathering and celebration with friends. They also have a private room to fit in big groups.Cioppino Soup S$25.00 is the mixed seafood stew with garlic crostini. A taste of seafood sweetness in the soup and goes well with the bread. The portion is also suits to share with 2-3people. Walter, the brand manager shared that the seafoods are all flown from Italy to provide the best for the customers.Carpaccio Di Polpo S$18.00 which comes with the serving of sliced octopus, lemon and fennel.Eggplant Parmigiana S$15.00 which is served like lagsana.It’s actually the baked eggplants, tomato sauce with foccacia bread. Nicely done with well-balance mixture ingredients.Nizzarda Salad S$19.00 serves with mesclun, fresh tuna loin, quail eggs, green beans, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, anchovies, sherry dressing.Risotto Ai Frutti Di Mare S$28.00 is my favourite dish of the night. Fragrance Arborio rice with assorted of seafoods to complete the meal.9” Al Tartufo Pizza S$28.00 was quite a hit among us. Black truffles, quail eggs and mushroom definitely boost the interest on the pizza. With the fresh handmade thin-crusted pizza done prior order, customers enjoy the luxury of freshness from oven taste.Nutella Sweet Pizza S$14.00 was interesting one. Chef made the nutella with generous chopped hazelnuts topping over the thin-crusted pizza. It is best to have it while it is piping hot so you can taste the smooth nutella with finger licking.Tiramisu S$10.00 that served in classic Italian recipe with mascarpone cream, expresso and lady finger. Lovingly dessert to end the session.Panna Cotta S$6.00 is the silky vanilla cream pudding with seasonal fruit sauce. Well-made by the pastry chef with the silky smooth texture and not overdose of sweetness.For more food reviews, check out my blog http://hazeldiary.com/ricciotti-riverwalk/ continue reading
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