Luxurious Italian dining that feels and tastes like it does back home in Puglia and Calabria – OSO Ristorante lives up to its claim to be the ‘cultural and gastronomical embassy of Italy in Singapore.’ With its Peck Seah Street premises designed with contemporary Italian style in mind, the atmosphere only underlines the sense that you’re dining not in Tanjong Pagar, but in the bel paese. Try the three course lunch set menu that changes every week to get a feel for what OSO do – you’ll surely be coming back. Bookings are essential.
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Great food and service! Definitely pricey though. Great for a romantic outing
Excellent service from all the staff. Happy to come up with the kind of food that our five year old enjoys. Particularly liked the cold meat selection and the zabaglione. Would definitely come again
Singapore’s OSO Ristorante on Peck Seah Street is managed by Stephane Colleoni (formerly of Bice and Senso), with international award-winning Italian chef Diego Charini in the kitchen. These two work together to ensure that authenticity and creativity are maintained both in the delivery of the menu and service. Charini has worked extensively throughout both Europe and Asia, and has now been putting his skills to work in his Tanjong Pagar-based Italian restaurant for more than five years.
The dishes featured at this renowned Singapore Italian restaurant focus on multi-regional cuisine from across Italy. And the venue in no way takes a back seat. Situated on the 27th floor of the Oasia Hotel Downtown, OSO Ristorante offers a panoramic view of Tanjong Pagar and its surrounds like no other. The restaurant also houses a special cheese room, showcasing many different types of Italian formaggi – the first of its kind in Singapore. Traditional Italian cold cuts are also displayed in this glass-covered room, kept constantly at a specific temperature. These flourishes confirm that OSO sure knows how to represent Italy in the best way possible, so reserve a table now to avoid missing out.