Mount Etna is older than Italy – it’s older than most things, as volcanoes tend to be – and as such has played a role in the whole history of civilisation on the bel paese peninsula. The old girl has looked down, sputtering lava as it goes, over the Romans and Etruscans, the Papal States and the Kingdom of Sicily and plenty more besides, and, if you’ll excuse us squeezing the metaphor a little, Etna Italian Restaurant in Singapore is trying to bring the whole scope of this culinary canon to their outlet on Upper East Coast Road. Jump the train along to Bedok or Kembangan and make a move out to the East Coast to try them out and test their Italian delicacies for yourself.
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Food is of quality standard, cooked perfectly. Couldn’t ask for more!
Good simple authentic Italian. Pastas that never fail, even classics like carbonara n bolognese are done really well, home made pici like pasta is always good (though not sure about the specials version with pumpkin sauce, prefer the usual meat version) a very satisfying prawn bisque with red prawns, n very interesting pizzata. Excellent service by Alessandro as always and good to see Lorenzo. Will be back for sure as it’s our family’s favorite Italian. Thank you!
What does one think of when one thinks of Italy? The modern cultural icons such as fashion houses of Milan, the racing traditions of Ferrari and Lamborghini, the azzurri on the football pitch sit alongside the ancient relics of the Renaissance and the Romans, and the natural treasures of Etna, Stromboli and the Alps. While Mount Etna is the origin of the name at Etna Italian Restaurant on Upper East Coast Road in Singapore, the overarching cultural export of Italy – the food – is the star of the show, and with a menu such as the one that they proudly serve to their customers, it’s fair to say that they’re doing it justice. Let us explain the delicacies that you will meet at the Etna location in East Coast.
The starter selection is strong, and is the obvious place to start. Meat lovers will go for the antipasto platter, featuring cold cuts, marinated vegetables and ricotta cheese, followed by the pasta with lasagna alla Bolognese, the classic Italian baked pasta with both pork and beef along with bechamel and parmesan cheese. The mains include steaks, glazed pork tenderloin, 48 hour slow-cooked beef ribs and a huge range of seafood: red snapper, seared yellowfin tuna and an ever-rotating catch of the day, imported from Italy. This is only a small section of what you can expect to enjoy at Etna in Esat Coast, but suffice to say, this is one of the best Italian restaurants in Singapore, so book a table now and head on over with you friends.