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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
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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. 
Cod Fillet
$32
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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.
Nizarda Salad
$19
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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!
Suppli
$15
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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.
Carrot cake
$8
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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.

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DETAILED RATING
Taste
Decor
Service
Hygiene
Value
Date of Visit
2015-12-16
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$35 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
Cod Fillet
$ 32
Nizarda Salad
$ 19
Suppli
$ 15
Carrot cake
$ 8
  • Pizza
  • Carrot Cake
  • Calamari
  • Mussels
  • Nizzarda Salad