Pizzas are of the delicate, thin crust variety – go for the house special Buono (S$20), which boasts a creamy sauce mixed with home made sausages and mozzarella cheese topped with arugula. A S$10 seafood soup is generous with clams, prawns and mussels, and made on the spot for that fresh clean flavour.
The swordfish carpaccio (S$15) is overly sour but an interesting take on ceviche – a large portino of fish is arranged in a timbale with chopped avocado to temper the sourness. Lamb chops with gorgonzola sauce (S$27) are unusual but very good. The food has a uniqueness about it that you won’t find in other Italian eateries.