Continues to impress with its contemporary menu and exemplary service
First published on . Updated on 14 Sep 2010.
In a town where it feels like a new Italian joint opens every day, it’s easy to overlook the more established outlets. The seven-year-old Senso is one place that continues to impress with its contemporary menu and exemplary service.
On a recent visit, we quickly forgot about the wrong order arriving at our table – a roast balsamico cod instead of grilled pesto sea bass – by the seamless way that, within seconds, the unwanted fish was whisked away and replaced with a complimentary glass of wine. The Sunday brunch spread ($88) is accompanied by free-flow Italian Prosecco.
Senso expands its (delicious) horizons, opening a new outlet on Raffles Avenue in addition to its original home on Club Street. Before getting on the Flyer, try its margherita pizza – a refreshingly simple take on an Italian classic – and finish with a real latte.
Pizza from $18, mains from $24.
Executive set lunch (Mon-Fri except PH) $34++
Degustasion (dinner only) from $78++
Prosecco Sunday brunch (11.30am-2.30pm) $88
My Boy Friend and I used to love this restaurant because of the fresh ingredient and nice environment.
We just came back from Senso 30 mins ago,my comment is it is definitely not as good as it was. They are now using cheap ingredient, when you comment about the food the GM doesn't seems to care, basically we feel like we were rid off cause the food is so under average quality. We are not demanding customer, it is not the first time went to this place, but we feel so cheated. The pasta was re cooked, there was no taste on the cheese or Parama ham, don't even mention about the Veal that I had... It was 4 out of 10 over all and u paid Singapore dollar 500of2 people -Appreitiff.appetizer, maincourse, and a bottleo fwine
Posted on Fri 29 Jan 2010 21:50:12
Someone said: “Senso worth of a Michelin Star”
Senso would be worthy of a Michelin Star or two if such a thing was awarded in Singapore. It is always excellent. The one time in many visits when an error was made by the waiter, we were quickly brought a free glass of wine. If the prices are putting you off then just go for a main course - the (free)bread basket is so delicious and beautifully complemented by the (free) amuse bouche.