Dear diners, please note that on select special occasions (e.g. Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day), Forlino only serves special set menus. Please contact the restaurant for more information on available menus for special occasions.
For those familiar with fine dining in Singapore, Forlino hardly needs an introduction. But introduce this luxurious Italian restaurant we must, as it’s unmissable for diners looking for a supreme dose of elegance in the domains of food, drink, and location. Situated in the One Fullerton building along Fullerton Road, guests seated in the restaurant’s chic interior are treated to magnificent views out over Marina Bay to the architectural landmark of the Marina Bay Sands hotel. Here, Chef Matteo’s artisanal eye and nose for detail combine to create a structured menu of Italian cuisine that is simply one of the city’s best.
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Nice ambience and great food. Awesome view for window seats too.
Been wanting to try Forlino but the mixed reviews put me off for the longest time. Even with Beyond Burpple 1-1 I was rather hesitant. My Friend suggested it again and I decided to give it a try. Due to the mixed reviews, I went in with guarded expectations but to my surprise the food was good. For starters, we had Burrata and Capesante. The former was fresh and creamy though the portion served was half of usual serving. The scallops were fresh and juicy, I was a little reluctant to share this dish. For mains, we had Pork loin which took me by surprise. The meat was perfectly pink tender and flavourful. Followed by Tajarin pasta which is a seasonal dish. Pasta was al dente and coated nicely by the veal reduction. Restaurant could do more of the truffle. We had a bottle of Chianti wine. Overall bill was $300. We avoided all the dishes that had mixed reviews online, the overall experience was satisfying.
When you begin your meal at Forlino, you’d be forgiven for thinking, if only for a moment, that you were seated in Venice overlooking the canali. You are, of course, in Singapore; but you are indeed treated to one of the city’s most stunning waterfront views from Forlino’s One Fullerton premises at Marina Bay. The menu is a gourmand’s dream tour of Italy, uniting the finest culinary influences from Northern Italy to the south of the country. Chef Matteo, with his contemporary eye and extensive Italian cooking experience, reflects Italy’s greatest gastronomic finds from the land and the sea on the menu.
Forlino’s house recommendations include the molecular burrata in gazpacho with caviar olive oil bubbles; a smooth rucola sorbet to cleanse the palate and the crispy pork prosciutto. Our pick of the pastas would have to be the linguini aglio e olio’ ai ricci di mare, linguine served with fresh, creamy sea urchins from Hokkaido and traditional Sardinian bottarga. For a perfect finish at this highlight of One Fullerton dining order Forlino’s signature tiramisu – light, fluffy, and packed with coffee liqueur flavour. Be sure to book ahead for dining at what is certainly one of Singapore’s best Italian restaurants.