Italian cuisine connoisseurs Bottega are only going from strength to strength lately, with Singapore locals buzzing about everything these passionate importers and chefs are doing. Their latest venture in Serangoon Gardens is one of the most anticipated openings in the city. Located on Maju Avenue, Bottega in Serangoon Gardens is packed with delicious bespoke Italian produce, alongside a delicious menu brimming with freshly-made pizza, pasta and antipasti dishes, and of course sweet treats for after as well. For a little piece of Italy in Singapore, Bottega in Serangoon Gardens is a must-visit!
Singapore’s Bottega stems from the undisputed passion for all things Italian. And by all things, we mean, all things – from everyday grocery items, to Italian water, beer and of course the produce that goes into making the Italian specialties we all know and love. With three spaces in Singapore, including in Tanjong Pagar, on Hong Kong Street, and now in Serangoon Gardens on Maju Avenue, it’s clear foodies in the know are sharing the passion for this delicious Mediterranean cuisine. The team behind Bottega at Serangoon Gardens also care a lot about the origins of produce, and the dough used for their pizza and pasta is a 100% Italian soft wheat blend, sourced from farms using integrated farming systems and free from all the nasties present in so many products these days.
As for the menu, well you’ll find all the delectable choices you’ve come to expect from Bottega, starting with the antipasti selection where dishes like bufala with fresh tomato confit, mozzarella, 24-month old prosciutto di parma and rocket, or the charcuterie board are perfect choices to whet your appetite. Following, things get really interesting with a range of primi dishes with housemade pasta and pizza dishes at the heart of it all. Alternatively, go for a fully fledged Italian degustation to sample a bit of everything. Whatever you select, one thing we must insist on when visiting Bottega in Serangoon Gardens, is that you simply must indulge in dessert – it would be remiss not to after all.