The management team for both La Luna Rossa and Ginza Sushi is actually by the group which brought in Salt @ Orchard ION and other restaurants in Singapore.
Do make reservations so you can have a table next to the window with a view of the ever-busy Orchard Road. And they also have a nice circular display rack of pasta and olive oil.
Started off with the bread and butter. The bread basket was good. The chef here is Japanese, so you can expect top quality food from the restaurants.
Iced tap water is served free of charge to all diners.
Our first appetizer is the Wagyu beef carpaccio (S$28) with balsamic vinegar dressing. The Wagyu is tender and not too salty.
Next up, a pasta dish of Earlobe shaped Orecchiette pasta (S$36) with Hokkaido sea urchin and tomato cream sauce. We like the crunchy baby lily bulb.
In our quest to find good risotto in Singapore, we ordered their Porcini risotto (S$38) with Hokkaido sea scallop. The standards here is quite good.
Our favourite dish for the night must be the Piemonte style beef cheek (S$50) braised in red wine and acacia honey. Beef cheek is really tender. Tasty beet root crisp too.
Ordered a dessert wine of 2007 Stefano Accordini (S$18 per glass). Sweet red wine
Tiramisu (S$14) - sweet mascarpone cheese and savoiardi biscuit soaked in espresso sprinkled with cocoa powder
Chocolate terrine with orange sorbet (S$14)
La Luna Rossa
6 Scotts Road,