Casa Pietrasanta | Italian Private Dining At One-North
A stone throw from one-north MRT station, Casa Pietrasanta is a new private dining concept by Chef-Owner Loris Massimni of Risorante Pietrasanta. Casa Pietrasanta serves lunch and dinner degustation menus starting from $49.90 and $64.90 respectively.
We had the 3-course set lunch, priced at $49.90 per person. For appetisers, we had the seabass carpaccio with lemon zest and fragranced with pink peppercorn and horse radish. The fish was fresh and served in a rather generous portion too.
My dining companion had the canna tonnata – thin sliced Korobuta pork shoulder on traditional Piedmont tuna sauce.
For the mains, we had the Roasted Snow Fish and the Guanciale di Manzo (additional $10). For the former, you can expect the snow fish to be served on a bed of pea puree and lumpfish roe. The portion for this is on the smaller side so you might want to opt for a more substantial starter if you’re getting this.
The latter features slow-cooked beef cheek (fork-tender) in a mildly spicy green sauce, dressed in red and yellow capsicum.
To end the meal, I had the Tortino all Mele e Vaniglia, a buttery apple crumble tart served with a scoop of homemade vanilla ice-cream. The green apples used were a tad tart so the sweet ice-cream is a good complement.
For something more refreshing, you can go for the Sharon’s Granita – sweet lychee granita, prosecco jelly and roselle syrup. A little reminiscent of ice-kacang and bandung combined. At Casa Pietrasanta, you can also pair the menu with Italian wines. It is a place for a more intimate dining experience as it presently seats 20. Budget per person: from $49.90 per person