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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Ricciotti Chope

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    Italian Deli Ricciotti's Parma Panini
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    Italian Deli Ricciotti's Profiterol and Tiramisu
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    Italian Deli Ricciotti's Gamberi Funghi Pizza

Part of the Garibaldi group of restaurants, Ricciotti serves, like it always has, reliable Italian deli selections and pastries. It’s been around for ages, and when we popped by on a weekday evening, it was still nicely filled out. The homely, unpretentious interior always makes for a good setting, as does the display counter showcasing a wonderful array of Ricciotti’s stunning desserts.

We had panzerotti, suppli and the granchio e rucola crabmeat pizza. It was the service we were most impressed with. Jesna, the restaurant manager, immediately joined a table together with ours when our pizza arrived so we could have more space. The impeccable service kept up throughout the meal—the staff were smiley, intuitive but never intrusive, and had good knowledge of their food.

While the snacks were a little dry for our taste, the pizza had a nice succulence to it. The soffiato for dessert was tremendous and did not disappoint. The preziosa was beautifully presented. All in all, it was a pleasant meal spent in the company of great wait staff.

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Events Happening at Ricciotti
The set lunches at this Italian restaurant include dessert (cake or ice-cream) and coffee or tea along with your choice of main course. Options include the chef salad ($17), potato pizza ($18), penne amatriciana ($19) or the Ricciotto burger ($21).
Beers (from $8) are 1-for-1 from 3pm to 6pm daily and $7 onwards all day on Fridays. Wines are 1-for-1 all day on Saturdays.
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Phone: 6533-9060
Ricciotti, #B1-49/50 The Riverwalk, 20 Upper Circular Rd., Singapore, 058416 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

daily 11:30am-11pm

Price Range:



Dessert, Italian

Open Since:

January, 2004
Alfresco, Reservation recommended, Parking available: at The Riverwalk, Takeaway available
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