Restaurant Review : Limoncello Pizza & Grill
A cosy restaurant tucked away in the heart of Robertson Quay nestled along the Singapore River. It may be a little tricky to find because you’ll have to park your car and walk a short distance. However, once you’ve located it, its pretty worth it. Not only is the food flavourful, but after a hearty meal, you could take a leisurely stroll down the picturistic Singapore River. For those who are into photography, the colorful Alkaff Bridge is within walking distance to walk off the calories.
A perfectly cooked lobster with a fair amount of crunchy fresh meat. It was seasoned beautifully and went perfectly with the Linguine which was cooked al Dante, a dash of olive oil and a drizzle of aromatic herbs.
Recommended? Certainly! It was addictively flavourful and the lobster was fresh
The pizza had a very generous amount of toppings rested upon a bed of rocket salad. It was pretty sizeable and could easily feed a party of four. We absolutely adored the thin crust which was slightly charred along the edges.
Recommended? Sure why not?
With the generous amount of portions served and dishes bursting with flavours, we would definitely be back again, hungry for more.