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PerBacco is the Roman god of wine, and this stylish Singapore restaurant is somewhat of a temple, with a lengthy list of fine bottles available as well as a menu packed with delicious Italian dishes, from all of the classics to some exciting new ones. Located on Ann Siang Road in Telok Ayer, PerBacco draws in aficionados of Italian cuisine from all over Singapore. Find out what all of the fuss is about for yourself and book a table!
Wir waren zu 4t. Die Qualität der Speisen war gemischt. Schlechter Service und ab 10 Uhr hat man versucht uns rauszuekeln da das Restaurant leer war
Food was good. Nice presentation. Ambience was soothing. It would be good for a gathering as the place is quite conducive and suitable for small or big groups.
Great food and service. We really enjoyed the atmosphere and every single bite. Service was also very good, food took a bit of time but we didnt mind
With its cosy ambience and a bar looking out over the colourful street, PerBacco in Singapore’s Telok Ayer offers a rustic Italian vibe. Begin with some antipasti like the affettato misto (a cured selection of cold cuts imported from Italy) before tucking into a hearty Italian main. Naturally, the menu features all of your favourites, with an array of authentic pasta, risotto, seafood and meat dishes.
As you would expect from an establishment named after the god of wine, PerBacco’s wine list is perfectly put together and features a range of Italian bottles and New World varieties. So whether it’s for a meal or for some drinks, PerBacco on Telok Ayer’s Ann Siang Road provides a bellissimo Italian experience in Singapore.