I-S paid a visit to recent addition Burlamacco Ristorante for some Italian grub, chased with a very welcome shot of homemade limoncello.
“Located on Amoy Street in a conservation shophouse, Burlamacco’s a cozy yet airy (thanks to a skylight) 50-seater with dark wooden furniture and a red-and-white color scheme. The walls are adorned with bright, carnivalesque artworks—all of which are for sale—care of gallery Ode to Art. Tuscan native Piegaia, who cut his teeth at various Michelin-starred establishments back in Italy, puts forth more unusual items like Cacciuco alla Burlamacco, traditional Tuscan fish and seafood soup with garlic bruschetta ($36), and beef tripe stew in fresh tomato sauce topped with Parmesan cheese ($18).”
To read more about what I-S thought, see the full Open Door on Burlamacco Ristorante.
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