About Dolce Vita
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Enjoying a relaxed, convivial atmosphere, Singapore’s Dolce Vita puts a modern twist on the alluring flavours of traditional Italian cuisine. Passionate about retaining the true spirit of traditional Italian cuisine, Dolce Vita features the freshest of produce and the finest seasonal ingredients, which are translated into delicious daily creations. Providing the perfect backdrop for your meal is Dolce Vita’s minimalist décor, which features wooden chairs, linen-covered tables and a large open kitchen making for an inventive dining experience at the Mandarin Oriental hotel at Marina Square. With floor-to-ceiling windows opening up to views over the stylish pool area, Dolce Vita has a light, sun-kissed ambience to complement the wonderful menu at this Raffles Avenue restaurant.
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Take a look at Dolce Vita’s regular lunch and dinner menus!The Mandarin Oriental Singapore occupies one of the most sought-after locations in the city, with spectacular views out over Marina Bay from its Raffles Avenue location. While hotel guests are certainly in-the-know when it comes to the options for dining in this luxury hotel, the public – who are most certainly welcome here – probably don’t realise that the Mandarin Oriental’s Marina Square complex contains seven places to wine and dine! One of these is Dolce Vita, specialising in Italian cuisine.
Dolce Vita (sweet life in Italian), keeps the atmosphere convivial. While the cuisine is certainly top-notch, there are few of the stuffy trappings of five-star dining here. Overlooking the Mandarin Hotel’s pool area, this Marina Square restaurant, as open to the public as its kitchen is open to the dining room, strikes the perfect chord. One of seven places to eat in Singapore’s Mandarin Oriental hotel, along Raffles Avenue, Dolce Vita offers delicious Italian dishes such as twenty five layer lasagna, milk-fed veal loin, a lightly smoked lobster salad, fried foie gras stuffed leg with wild mushrooms and an elegant vanilla pannacotta. La Dolce Vita indeed.