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A restaurant, a pizzeria and a bar all in one – in short, that sums up casual Italian joint, Luka. Offering something different to the high density of Korean restaurants along Tanjong Pagar Road, Luka makes an excellent stop for Italian pizzas, pastas and desserts executed with a Japanese flair, right in the heart of Singapore. Have your fill of those, accompanied with a classic selection of wines from some of Italy’s finest vineyards. It’s all about treating yourself right, starting with Luka. Book ahead now at this Tanjong Pagar gem to avoid missing out.
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The pasta was really authentically Italian and service staff was efficient and warm !
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Food was superb. Awesome value for money ... will go again . however , A minor matter , but it took an hour before I got my pasta dish , hence a 5 instead of 6. Maybe because it was Saturday night . I was starving and falling asleep
“It’s going to be awesome”, says the white LED lettering as soon as you enter Tanjong Pagar hotspot Luka, and we wholeheartedly agree. After all, what’s not to like about an Italian restaurant, a pizzeria and a bar all rolled into one? This latest brainchild of Head Chef Takashi Okuno dishes out contemporary Italian pizzas, pastas, desserts and more in a laid-back setting along Tanjong Pagar Road – and they carry a hint of Japanese influences that reflect his culinary heritage.
Whet your appetite with starters like the Luka housemade wagyu bresaola – a 30-gram portion of dry aged beef ham – or, if you prefer, a selection of hot and cold cicchetti including the duo of smoked egg, wagyu and uni; as well as the gamberi (grilled prawns, garlic, coriander seed and curry leaf). Moving on to the carb-heavy essentials, the Mare pizza is a dream come true for seafood lovers with its squid, prawn and shellfish toppings; while the plin agnolotti (ravioli with Piedmontese veal) is a must-try – and a rare find, at that, in Singapore. Finally, don’t forget to round off your visit to Luka with fine desserts such as the signature tiramisu or the chocolate salted egg lava cake, washed down with your choice of wine from one of Italy’s many esteemed wineries. Located in the central district of Tanjong Pagar, Luka is a shining star among the Italian restaurants in Singapore, and we highly recommend that you reserve ahead to snag the best seats.