Capricci is one of the finest Italian restaurants in Singapore serving food and wine.
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Awesome service and good food
I frequent dining at Italian restaurants and was simply amazed by Capricci. For starters, the bartender is very outgoing and is sure to greet you with a smile that surely will make your day! Capricci has a nice ambience to it and is very spacious. I was especially taken aback by its display of antique books and had a great experience dining accompanied by the enjoyable music.
The service was great and the staff were very knowledgeable about the menu, I had a whole meal planned for me and boy was it great. I had the 'four cheese' thin crust pizza and enjoyed every bite of it. The carbonara pasta had a very rich and creamy base and I strongly recommend you to have it! To top it all off, The lava cake was mindblowing, A definite must have for those with sweet tooth!
Went there for restaurant week with 3 other friends and spent $68 (around there) for the 3 course set dinner. It was too salty and not good at all. I felt bad choosing this place for my friends actually!
The service wasn't any special and my friends were actually complaining about the food at the same time. We all decided that 1. The ambience was not good because we had to squeeze at a small table though there were reservations made in advance 2. The food wasn't special - for restaurant week's standards it was a letdown because it had a dining star which means we had to pay more 3. the food's kind of salty 4. Dessert wasn't really interesting
Maybe we expected too much from a Restaurant week restaurant?
One of the best pizzas i've ever eaten
Other than occasional cravings for pizza, I have never really been an Italian food lover. Judging from the rep that Capricci has been gaining from my friends, Capricci had to be a great place so I decided to give Italian food one more try. And boy, was I impressed indeed! The pizza we shared (I can’t remember the name, but it definitely had mushrooms in it) was amazing, even with its thin crust (and I’ve always avoided anything but thick crust)! I was won over. I would definitely go back to Capricci for its pizza.
The crabmeat pasta I had didn’t exactly agree with my tastebuds, though. Capricci is also well known for its squid ink ravioli so you might want to give that a try.