A Singapore restaurant introducing Japanese omakase dining to Italian cuisine, Fratini La Trattoria is a place to relax with a wine as a team of all-star chefs collaborate on a surprise showcase of delicious dishes. Menus? Here at Fratini’s Bukit Timah restaurant there aren’t any. Free-styling the menu every day, diners can enter blind and rely on fine Italian flavour and exceptional wine pairings, delectable desserts and more. Find Fratini La Trattoria down Greenwood Avenue, whether you want to wow a date or be wowed yourself – this will be a night to remember!
Please see below for Fratini’s policy on children in the restaurant.
Fratini La Trattoria caters to the most discerning and demanding of palates with dishes that are simultaneously novel and close to their Italian roots, importantly served blind to routinely astounded guests – there’s no menu, you simply have to put your faith in the experts in the kitchen. Fratini La Trattoria’s premises down Bukit Timah’s Greenwood Avenue have a broad but discerning public at his doorstep, all of whom are vying for a table so they can experience one of the most authentic ways to eat Italian food in Singapore.
Sometimes the occasion calls for a more intimate setting for a meal, whether it’s a momentous anniversary, a professional business lunch, or a raucous reunion of old friends. Maybe you’re simply looking forward to an evening indulging in a dinner prepared according to the best of Tuscan tradition. Whatever the occasion, Fratini La Trattoria offers an exceptional way to get a fix on authentic Italian cuisine in Singapore’s Bukit Timah. Perhaps the best way to throw yourself off the deep end and into Fratini’s signature degustation-style dining experience is to hire the elegant private dining room, with a capacity of 16, the next time you want to really celebrate and wow your guests. Dining with children
Fratini is generally not conducive for dining with babies and young children – kids’ menus are available during the week, but not for Friday and Saturday dinner sittings, during which children aged 8 or above must take the usual set menu – sharing of meals is prohibited. For dinner bookings on Friday and Saturday, the eve of public holidays and special holidays, each child will be charged as an adult. There are no baby chairs and no room for prams.
Each dish was unique and relied on high quality ingredients. The 6-course set was enough to leave us feeling very full and satisfied. Highly recommended
Great food, great staff, great experience! Must try. Surprising every time we visit. The chef always makes new dishes and gives you a mouth watering moment.
Second visit to the restaurant and it was even better this time around. The food was superb and the service excellent. Starter was cold meats and cheese platter followed by a grilled seafood platter that was fresh and perfectly done. Next there was a freshly made pasta with cherry tomatoes in light cream sauce which was absolutely delicious. This was followed by a very tasty braised pork stew done Italian style and the final main was a pair of grilled steaks. The steaks were done medium and very tender but unfortunately was unable to finish more than a few slices as already reaching the limit. Dessert was tiramisu and panettone which were both excellent. The tiramisu was the very light and fluffy traditional cake style compared to the lazier crème versions that a lot of places like to serve presently. Overall a great special New Year's omakase menu. Highly recommended for foodies.