For a modern twist on familiar Italian classics, you’ll want to check out Grissini, a restaurant and grill that sits along the Singapore River on Havelock Road. Head Chef Mirko Vinci hails from the Puglia region of Southern Italy and has over 15 years experience working in Milan, London and Singapore. He draws on these experiences to rethink traditional recipes and create unique signature dishes, meaning at Grissini you can enjoy an array of meats and seafood grilled in a Josper oven, alongside a mouthwatering selection of homemade pizzas, pastas and desserts. A top all-round dining spot regardless of the occasion, book a table at Grissini before the seats fill up.
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A nice spot to have Italian food. The bread sticks are nice ! Service staff are prompt and friendly
Excellent food and service. Had the sea bass and beef tenderloin. The lobster pasta is good too. Nice ambience and view too. Will go back again.
Contemporary southern Italian cuisine finds its way to the heart of the River Valley district at Grissini, a restaurant and grill at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront on Havelock Road. Helmed by Head Chef Mirko Vinc, Grissini presents a modern take on classic Italian pizzas, pastas, premium meats and seafood from its stylish premises right by the edge of the Singapore River.
Start off with Grissini’s fine selection of cold cuts, in which you’ll find the Iberico de cebo and mortadella, among many others. For pastas, we’ve heard good things about the linguine with fresh Boston lobster, while an outstanding pizza you’ll want to try is none other than the signature bianca topped with black truffle paste, aged bacon, mozzarella and fresh basil. Don’t miss out on the meats here – baked and grilled in a special Josper oven to juicy perfection – nor any of the delectable desserts, such as the best-selling limoncello tiramisu. Give your taste buds the treat they deserve at this River Valley gem in central Singapore. Just remember to book a table ahead of your visit to avoid disappointment.