This relative new kid on the block is worth repeated visits if you’re looking to indulge in delicious Italian favourites, tasty and rewarding drinks within a classy setting.
Antipasti of mozzarella in carozza is a crunchy way to start the meal. Served with a side of greens, the outer fried layer, despite having the right crispy texture, slightly overpowers the cheesy goodness inside.
The 200 grams Wagyu marble 9 is a robust main meat dish, with the texture done right. It comes with a tasty side of aglio olio and greens. For carbs, the mushroom and truffle risotto sees savoury risotto melding exceptionally well with the mushrooms and truffle.
Savini’s menu features a wide selection of dishes, including for desserts – a definite plus point is the number of intriguing sorbet and gelato flavours for the picking. Safe options such as the tiramisu and chocolate cake comes with a serving of balsamic sorbet and lavender gelato respectively. Just like the mains, the desserts are pleasing to both the eyes and tongue, boasting rich flavours immaculately balanced off with the light icy offerings.