Burrata with beets, horseradish & mizuna | Osteria Mozza | ytTastes | Yvanne Teo

Osteria Mozza – Singapore

Just a quickie… As I had the opportunity and the restaurant made an impression but I have little time to write at length. Osteria Mozza in Singapore located in Marina Sands Bay complex, which has an underground car park you can easily get lost in by the way as a side point, is an American-Italian restaurant with some great cooking!

Meals in Singapore for me are always with the family so we are always dining in a huge group of people, this time eight. This was an opportunity to share the antipasti so that we could try quite a few dishes. The dish that stood out for me was the Burrata with beets, horseradish & mizuna. Not knowing what it was before hand, I was totally surprised by the taste combination and unfortunately the rest if the antipasti dishes took a back seat immediately. Okay, I’m going to say the cliche, you really need to try this!!! So what if you have to fly down to Singapore 🙂 Oh and as I wasn’t planning to write on this, excuse the images taken.

Burrata with beets, horseradish & mizuna | Osteria Mozza | ytTastes | Yvanne Teo

I definitely couldn’t just go straight for mains, but being a little more conscious of the amount I am eating, I decided it was definitely wise to share the pasta course. So keeping to something relatively light the choice was one with morel mushrooms – an excellent concentrate taste of the morel but not quite as light as I had hoped. And why was this of concern? Well I had spotted my ideal main course – sweetbread pan fried with baby artichokes, chard & capers. I couldn’t pass up that dish!

Sweetbread with miniature artichokes | ytTastes | Yvanne Teo

And it was absolutely fabulous! I love sweetbread. My only gripe would be that the sauce was too concentrate, too strong a taste & it was a head on collision with the sweetbread taste. I would have liked something a little more subtle & to blend in with the sweetbread. However, it was still very good and all accompanied by some Barolo. I certainly enjoyed my meal which could not be finalised with dessert as we were already much too much too full to remotely handle more. Another time I hope, and I will have to be more careful with my choice of dishes to be able to include dessert.

So if you are visiting Singapore, do try Osteria Mozza.

Osteria Mozza

2 Bayfront Avenue
B1 Galleria Level 42-46
Singapore 018972

Hours of Operation:
Dinner
Daily: 5pm – 11pm Monday – Sunday
Last Reservation at 10:45pm

Brunch:
Sundays: 12pm – 2:30pm
Last Reservation at 2:15pm
Free Flow until 3:00p

 

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