Burlamacco Ristorante

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Burlamacco Ristorante
A tiny slice of Tuscany in Amoy Street

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
Address: 77 Amoy Street
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11.30am-2.30pm, 6pm-10.30pm, Sat 6pm-10.30pm
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