Singapore Eats: Buon Appetito at Ricciotti The Riverwalk, Clarke Quay

Tuesday night and I am feeling Italian again. My first dining experience at Ricciotti the Riverwalk was quite sweet, so I brought my colleague to Ricciotti again to try some of the other dishes on its menu. We were so starving up to the point we ordered two types of Antipasti (re: appetiser). The first one is the cant-get-it-wrong Fried Calamari. There's nothing special about fried calamari because after all, everything which is fried is mostly yummy. #friedstuffeater

Fried Calamari at Ricciotti The Riverwalk Clarke Quay

While the other...the other was unexpectedly good but..I forgot its name. OMG. Maybe I really worked too hard. Haha. Basically it's fried dough stuffed with mozzarella cheese. The fried sticks are served with mayo sauce. Fried dough + mozzarella filling = ultimate foodgasm.  XD

For the pizza, you can mix and match two type of pizza in one pan. I chose Prosciutto Cotto E Funghi (which for easy translation is the pizza with prosciutto as its topping) while my colleague chose Carnivora (honey baked ham, chicken, spicy salami, minced beef, tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese) because she is simply a carnivore. #pardonthepun 

Mix and match pizza at Ricciotti The Riverwalk Clarke Quay

We were so looking forward to the dessert and because we wanted to deviate from the usual tiramisu, we ordered Apple Cinnamon Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream. Ultimate happiness. 

Apple Cinnamon Pie with Vanilla Ice Cream at Ricciotti Riverwalk

Ricciotti Riverwalk is actually located alongside the Singapore River in Clarke Quay. You can enjoy the view of the sunset at Clarke Quay before you have your dinner at Ricciotti. =)

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