The small Antipasti platter for $17 has a beautiful glob of bocconcini topped with basil pesto accented with olives and sundries tomatoes. Flakes of parmesan add a tone of gold to the board with 3 slices of ciabatta, one that’s topped with fresh diced tomato and basil tossed with olive oil. There’s a fresh yet satisfying lightness to this.
Trying 4 of the five desserts, I’m quite hard to please as I’m not typically a dessert person. The cocoa was hardly evident, however if you like your caffeine might enjoy the extra power on the coffee side this TIRAMISU tends to sitread more
What a perfect way to reacquaint yourself with an old favorite by trying out its new Summer Cocktail and Italian menu! “Get Vappy” as they say – from happy hours, to balcony diining overlooking the elegance of the Grace Hotel in the upper level dining and bar area, there's a relaxed secret charm to this venue.
The menu is carefully curated to cater to the working crowd, locals and international visitors. If you're a seasoned traveller, the menu is streamlined across all 5 locations, so don't miss out on the new spread they are offering. The kind of menu that you want from a place like this, is one that is simple yet elegant, and easily adaptable to the beer, wine, cocktail options which should be the centrepiece of your visitread more
The quite high prices may discourage people from eating here, but it's well worth it. The staff cook the pasta right infront of you and it's quick too. You can really tell the difference between their own pasta and the store bought ones from the supermarket - it's much fresher and softer. The sauces also have a lot of flavour, but if you order meat as an extra, don't expect a lot.