Procacci is an Italian restaurant located at Customs House, Collyer Quay. The restaurant faces the marina bay and the iconic Marina Bay Sands. It has indoor and alfresco dining. Brunch started in May and are available only on Saturdays.
Uova Strapazatte con funghi which is basically scrambled eggs, saute mushrooms, rustica toast and saute spinach at a cost of $20. The toast was abit overtoasted resulting it being hard. Love the eggs and mushrooms which were beneath, absorbed all the flavors of everything on top. Sink your teeth into the funghi, it explodes and the juices ended so flavorful & delish.
Fritatte al Tarturo. This dish seems to be most of the tasters favorite. The pull factor had to be the truffle cream topped generously over the egg frittata and accompanied by ciabatta toast.
If you love truffles, this dish is a must try must order. I am pretty neutral on this as I am not a big fan of truffles But judging from fellow tasters who had a second helping, it must be delish Cost of this dish is $22.
Pollo Grigliato. This is my favorite simply because it had the oh so sinfully good crispy bacon. Grilled chicken breast to perfection, fried egg when cut open, the yolk runs out and oozes all over. Yup yup... soak up all the goodness with ciabatta toast and place the crispy bacon on top This is brunch heaven!! For this yummy dish, it goes at a cool $20.
Fumo Salmone. Salmon lovers would enjoy this. Smoked salmon with fried egg paired with ricotta cheese and ciabatta toast. The salmon just slides in your throat leaving a delightful smoky aftertaste on your palette. I would say move over fried egg and ricotta cheese, smoked salmon takes centrestage. Cost at $20.
Procacci Delizia consist of mortadella, parma ham, taleggio cheese, scrambled eggs and rustico toast. A big platter meant to be shared by 2 or more. This dish to me is normal if compared to pollo grigliato or fumo salmone which had more "oomph". Cost at $30.
Salsiccia Italiano. What is brunch without sausages? This i liked. The big fat salty spicy italian sausage wakes up your sense of taste. Nicely grilled with juices intact. 1st bite and you will definitely need a napkin after that. I prefer to eat this with a soft butter roll than the rustico toast. $20 for sausage goodness.
Procacci surprised us with a bottle of italian wine which most enjoyed tremendously. I am not a drinker so I enjoyed the clinking of glasses but the wine looked real good.
The Procacci folks responsible for hosting our brunch. Thank you for the good food and good service. Also thank you Openrice for the invite.
uova strapazatte con funghi,Pollo Grigliato,Fumo Salmone & Procacci Delizia,Salsiccia
Date of Visit: May 16, 2015
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