Media Tasting at Burlamacco Ristorante

Where can we find authentic Italian restaurant in Singapore? True Italian restaurant gem hidden along Amoy Street. Italian Restaurant run by an Italian, Italian cuisine prepared by Italian Chef Gabriele at Burlamacco Ristorante. Chef Gabriele takes after a standard tradition of including Tuscany classic cuisine in the food. Simple and palatable dishes served with flamboyance and attention. Don’t know where to start? Browse through the menu of starter, soup, pastas, main course, sides and desserts.

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Cozy table setting with a pot of baby’s-breath on every table. Crusty bread served with butter and olive oil to warm an empty stomach.

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Burrata is definitely a staple food for every Italian meal. It is super creamy and absolutely delicious. On the external, it looks like an egg benedict.

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The real charm is whats filled inside: mozzarella and cream. When burrata is sliced open and the creamy insides oozes out.

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It makes a good topping on fresh tomato slices and parma ham and served with crusty bread. Air flown fresh at twice a week on every Tuesday and Friday.

Burrata (300gr) Cheese Served with Ripe Tomato S$48* and add Parma Ham at S$10*.

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The seafood stew comes with generous amount of seafoods such as crayfish, prawn, mussel, fish slices and also garlic bruschetta. Not forgetting the rich and flavourful broth. Add pepper to enhance seafood taste. However there is a slightly fishy taste in the fish slices. This seafood stew recipe is from Chef’s hometown! It is definitely unique and you can only try it at Burlamacco Ristorante. The broth is so good that I have hunted for the wine in the next few photos.

‘Cacciucco’ Traditional Tuscan Seafood Stew with Garlic Bruschetta at S$44*.

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For wine connoisseur, you will be very pleased with Burlamacco Ristorante‘s extensive wine selection, which can be paired nicely with their main courses. 97% of the wines are imported from Italy and the rest are from European countries eg. France.

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Here’s to one of the secrets behind the rich and flavourful seafood broth, Toscana Vendemmia 2013. You may buy it from Burlamacco Ristorante.

 

Featuring some of the limited edition wine. Have you spotted World’s Number 1 and Number 2 Wines? Yes, they are available at Burlamacco Ristorante, while stock lasts and World’s Number 3 is currently out of stock!

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The linguine was al dente and the sauce is savoury. On top of that, the lobster was cooked to perfection,  you can taste the chewy and sweet lobster. Despite cooked with spicy Arrabbiata sauce, the spicy level is acceptable. It’s also one of the chef’s recommended dishes.

Linguine with Boston Lobster Tail in Spicy Arrabbiata sauce at S$32*.

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The Beef Short Ribs are cooked to medium rare, with striated texture. It’s luscious and juicy. It was slightly seared crispy on the outside with a tenderness that melts in your mouth. If it is prepared well done, you will have none of these experiences. As it is cooked to medium rare, there shouldn’t have any taste of blood. The beef short rib was set on a warm mashed potatoes and french beans. Finalized with a shower of Marsala wine sauce, leaving a lingering sweetness that complements the beef flawlessly.

48 Hours Slow Cooked Beef Short Ribs with Marsala Wine Sauce at S$46*.

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Striated and juicy beef short ribs.

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Heavenly strong scent of truffle on crisp and non-greasy cooked fries.

Truffles fries side at S$14*.

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Taste of rich Tiramisu layered with lady finger biscuits completely infused with masala wine and topped with sweet mascarpone cheese.

Tiramisu with Lady Finger Biscuits and Mascarpone Cheese at S$18.

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It is a love at first sight with Chocolate Crostata and Vanilla Ice-cream. A semi-sweet and warm chocolate with classic vanilla ice-cream dessert on crisp and flaky tart. This is definitely one of the must-try desserts!

Crostata Chocolate Tart Eruption with Vanilla Ice Cream at S$18*.

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A dinner is incomplete without a shot of homemade limoncello. Perfect balance of sweet and appetising lemon flavour that complement after dinner.

Burlamacco Ristorante Menu – Wine Selection, Set Lunch, Set Menu and A la carte Menu.

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Burlamacco Ristorante‘s restaurant design is casual yet warm. Wood is the fundamental element in restaurant’s interior. Friendly and knowledgable staffs to assist you in any forms.

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Awards and accolades.

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The iconic of Burlamacco is a carnival mask characteristic of the town of Viareggio in Tuscany. It is where one of the most famous carnivals is celebrated. The Burlamacco was chosen to represent the treasured traditions with a casual, fun, positive yet proficient approach as a whole. Owner and Head Chef Gabriele provides his customers with a warm and amiable hospitality.

*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable. Main course and pasta photos are of smaller portion that meant for food tasting session.

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Budget Per Pax

S$50-S$100

How to go Burlamacco Ristorante
Operating Hours

Monday to Friday: 11.30AM – 2.30PM
and 6PM – 10.30PM

Saturday: 6PM – 10.30PM

Sunday: 11.30AM – 3PM
and 6.30PM – 10.30PM

Address and Contact

77 Amoy Street Singapore 069896

Contact: +65 6220 1763

Email: info@burlamacco.com.sg

Reservation allowed.

Travel and Parking

Parallel Parking available.

Travel via public transport.

Exit A;
Walk 270 metres about 4 minutes to Telok Ayer Conservation Area.
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