Owner/Chef Luca d’Adamio developed his great culinary talents in top-class restaurants in Spain and Italy. He retains a classic style but focuses on traditional dishes that remain simple and delicious. Artusi is a popular neighbourhood restaurant that exudes Italian warmth. A relaxed dining experience is achieved by combining tasteful decoration, white tablecloths, subdued lighting and a colourful tiled wall. A pleasant outdoor terrace is a favourite spot in summer.
Chef d’Adamio utilises traditional and modern techniques to produce flavoursome Italian dishes. For entree, the gamberoni al brandy is a standout – juicy king prawns flambéed with brandy, served on a bed of pearl barley and roasted almonds. For main course, the house-made semolina spaghetti with Mamma’s recipe of slow-cooked pork, veal and lamb in a rustic tomato ragu will not disappoint. Osso buco alla milanese is another popular dish, featuring super-tender veal, traditional tomato-based sauce enhanced by citrusy gremolata, and creamy saffron risotto.