Saturdays and Sundays : 12PM-8PM
Do note that indoor seating is limited and D.O.P. Mozzarella Bar and Restaurant is opened during public holidays.
Hailing from the Campania region, D.O.P. Mozzarella Bar and Restaurant's owner Luca Iannone is passionate about showcasing the culinary delights of his native land, and in particular its protected origin denomination certified mozzarella. Located on Robertson Quay in Orchard, D.O.P. Mozzarella Bar and Restaurant serves up regional specialities as well as Italian classics, making it the ideal location whether its for some small plates and wine, or a three-course meal. Book ahead to guarantee a table!
A haven for aficionados of Italian cuisine in Singapore, D.O.P Mozzarella Bar and Restauranton Robertson Quay is the place to go in the Orchard area to taste authentic Campanian protected origin denomination certified mozzarella which has been carefully sourced from the very best farms for the freshest and most delicious taste, with options ranging from classic buffalo cheese to smoked burrantina and truffled burrata. Start off by sharing some antipasti or whet your appetite with the stewed Italian octopus or oven-baked smoked cheese with porcini mushrooms, before moving on to your main.
From rustic pasta dishes like the homemade ravioli stuffed with spinach and buffalo ricotta cheese in a tomato sauce, to authentic Italian pizzas with fresh toppings like parma ham, mozzarella and rocket salad, and mouthwatering meat and seafood, there’s something to suit all tastes. Pair your meal with a bottle of Italian wine from the carefully curated list, and complete the whole experience by finishing with artisan Italian gelato or Sicilian cannoli with buffalo ricotta and chocolate – bellissimo! To guarantee a table at D.O.P Mozzarella in Singapore’s Robertson Quay area, making a reservation in advance is advised.
Food is great, service is quick and friendly. The antipasti (chose truffle burrata with rocket and parma ham) is sumptuous - they didn't scrimp either the truffle, the cheese, the veggies or the parma ham. The scialatielli in its cheese bowl has always been a favorite, and the tiramisu is authentic with it tiramisu lady fingers mascarpone cheese. All in all, a delightful eat. A tad expensive, but worth the food.
food is yummy and the service is excellent. ambience is very vibrant and cosy. I ordered the fritura and smoked cheese with porchini mushroom everytime i am there, and it never fails me.
service and food was excellent. I enjoyed myself thoroughly. My cheese that we ordered was amazing as well as the perfectly cooked beef. Worth the meony
It was great experience with nice food, reasonable wine, good service even for our dog. We were very happy. I hope hope this will last long.
We had the diy cheese platter w smoked burratina - it was lovely and surprisingly mild. Accompanying cold cuts were good too, but we'll probably go for the burrata only as opposed to the platter. Mains wise, we had the tagliatelle arabiatta and the pasta in a cheese boat (forgot its name!). The waiter promoted it and said that this was unique to them - it was a good pasta dish but definitely too much for one person. This place is definitely a must try for cheese lovers..
We are from Perth WA and I am Italian born in Italy thank god so I know about Italian food and my wife is a cooking teacher for one of the private schools here in Perth. this is by far the best restaurant we have been to in Singapore it makes Italian restaurants here in Perth look like lunch bars . the service was incredible the food was fantastic will have no trouble in flying over the weekend to go to this restaurant
Excellent restaurant; quality of the food is superb, all imported from Italy; my guests (from Italy) were highly impressed. The "design your own starter" mozzarella board is a great way to start the meal. Limited selection on main courses, but that means you get quality throughout. The specials are always worth considering (had one again this time, and it was exceptional). If you have any space left for the dessert........
While the happy hour Aperol Spritz for $8 was very welcomed, the food was quite average. The bread offered for starter did not taste fresh, and it was cold. Entree of the mozarella ball filled with prosciutto and sun dried tomatoes was nice. I ordered the spinach ravioli for main, the ravioli was nice however the sauce tasted like it was store bought. My partner had ragu bolognaise, he did not finish this again he thought it was very basic. It is such a shame because the service was reasonable. I'm just really not sure how that reviews at this restaurant are so positive when the food just isn't good enough.
Good food but nothing to shout home about, equivalent to any good Italian restaurant. Service by first waitress was very good. Told us about happy hour drinks, and allowed us to order first and drink later. However, a bit of a mix up when the second drink came before we finished the first. Easily sorted out when they kept the second drink. Overall a good experience, and was rated higher because of the good service
This is a good place for a cheap, casual dinner. Service is not great by the waiters, however the guy who runs the joint is fantastic and very helpful and does his best to manage some very average wait staff. Food is just ok but reasonable for the prices. Always a good environment in RQ. We come mainly for the Burrata and Parma ham.