Enjoy Italian cuisine and a relaxing atmosphere at Senso, one of the finer restaurants in Singapore. Senso is a comfortable and desirable dining spot. ... More
Enjoy Italian cuisine and a relaxing atmosphere at Senso, one of the finer restaurants in Singapore. Senso is a comfortable and desirable dining spot. A courtyard surrounds this restaurant for those who wish to eat or smoke outside. Senso also has a banquet hall and offers catering. The menu is seasonal and the wine list impressive.
The restaurant features inside dining and courtyard dining. There is a choice of pasta and meat courses. The quality of the food is very good and presented perfectly however the service was not up to scratch and lacked professionalism. It can get quite noisy, not for a romantic dinner. Good selection of wines by the glass but cocktails were pretty poor
It’s the only place, I daresay, that pays a premium on giving its patrons a full Italian dining experience. That’s probably why it’s been around for a while now, and still getting a steady inflow of patrons despite the fickle-mindedness, characteristic of people of this sunny island.
From the full-blown Italian accent of the person seeing you to your seat, to the knowledge of sommelier, to the Italian chef, to the lovely courtyard, and to the soft tiramisu, you get the feeling that everything was purposefully put in place to ensure a smooth teleportation to Italy. And when you’re sitting under the stars and the food hits your mouth, the visit to Tuscany is complete.
Needless to say, the food’s heavenly. I mean, it’s got to be, for the place to be around this long. Best part is, unlike the typical fine dining dinner sets that don't fill you up, the portions here do. and don't forget to chat up the sommelier when you're there. he's a little too chatty, but he's very knowledgeable. we took a leap of faith and asked him to recommend a bottle of wine. Not only was it great, it was below $90! - that's the mark of a true good sommelier.
Must try the lobster linguine and the ciocolatta dessert.
Visit it. It might save you a trip to Italy.
Pictures on internet looks better than it is.
Went there for Sunday brunch, food was supposed to be served from 11 to 3 pm. Was there at about 1.30 pm, most of the food were already gone, except for the less popular ones. While waiting for a friend saw semi-cooked tuna on the spread, but was gone when we started . . . requested for three times for it to be replenished, waited until almost three but we never saw it. There was also sand flies around the dessert, really pathetic looking. Shops near and around there looked deserted.
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