Diego Chiarini’s short menu changes monthly at this Bukit Pasoh restaurant
First published on . Updated on 20 Jun 2012.
Diego Chiarini’s short menu changes monthly. Its strengths lie in its variety and authenticity, with soft accents from the Tuscan and Piedmonte regions. There is much that delights, not least the attentive service. The pasta dishes are a triumph; standouts include robust rigatoni bathed in a deep red sauce of thyme, black olives and tender rabbit.
A beautiful new location, good vibe, convenient with restaurant and big bar, friendly service, great wine list, fair pricing..Simply put, all in one for an italian night to remember. Grazie!
Posted on Wed 18 Feb 2009 15:45:24
Paolo Verduccio said: “Fantastic”
The new venue in Bukit Pasoh is just fantastic, the food as usual...perfetto and the service...perfetto veri good BRAVI
Posted on Mon 12 Jan 2009 20:24:39
JP said: “Oso Restaurant in Tanjong Pagar”
Agree with Minnie, this is like a sleek NYC restaurant. Very welcoming staff with excellent service and food to match. Prefer if someone else is paying but you cant have it all your own way.
Posted on Sun 24 Aug 2008 15:34:55
Minnie said: “Never fails ...”
... to satisfy. V cozy bar up front to down a glass of prosecco before tucking into some pasta (which generally fares better than their other mains like the 100day roasted lamb rack). Wine list heavy on Italians, but the sommelier's suggestions have never disappointed. For those who like their stinky cheeses, have to try their pasta with gorgonzola and samples from their cheese room which houses many hard-to-find Italian formaggios. Nice ambience also reminiscent of smaller, upscale NYC restaurants.