Time Out says
Palazzo Viva is ambitious; it feels more like a collection of food concepts rather than a singular restaurant. First, the white minimalist pâtisserie counter is stunning, and here you’d find a huge variety of dainty cakes, desserts and macarons from award-wining pastry chef Denis Dianin of the famed d&g pâtisserie in Italy. If you’d like to pair your sweets with coffee, the restaurant serves a specialty blend of medium roast micro lot beans from Costa Rica.
Food-wise, Palazzo Viva is predominantly Italian. They feature a separate menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Eggs Benedict, crab wrap and salt croissant (brioche with yoghurt, mixed berries and green tea topping) make up the breakfast offerings, but come lunchtime, you can choose from a selection of pizzas, pastas and mains.
For dinner, the restaurants transitions into a tapas bar. There are pizzas, pastas and larger mains to choose from as well, with signature dishes such as lobster pizza, tuna tataki with carrot purée, and panko-fried chicken with mango and cucumber salsa.