Named after an annual carnival (and the red and white masked clown mascot that presides over the festivities) from the seaside town of Viareggio in Italy, this 50-seater fine-dining addition to Amoy Street is Tuscan chef Gabriele Piegaia (previously of Alkaff Mansion Ristorante and Senso Ristorante & Bar) and Paolo Colzani’s (formerly from Les Amis Group and Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar) latest Italian project.
The food is not to be taken lightly – Piegaia showcases his Tuscan heritage to the fullest with Southern Italian dishes like the traditional Tuscan fish and seafood soup ($36), with a bouillabaisse-like broth, the linguine with lobster in spicy arrabbiata sauce ($26) and slow-cooked fremantle octopus with fava beans ($22), as well as the highly recommended slow-cooked beef short ribs ($30). Don’t miss a shot of their homemade limoncello.
|Venue name:||Burlamacco Ristorante|
77 Amoy Street
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm, 6pm-10.30pm, Sat 6pm-10.30pm|
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