Great Singapore Italian Restaurants List

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La Villa

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La Villa, meaning 'The House', opened its doors on 1 October 2008 at River Valley Road. This latest venture from Senso Holdings is housed within the old school premises of River Valley Primary School, comprising of an indoor dining area, an alfresco dining area, a bar, and an open garden.

CONCEPT AND DECOR

Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet just a stone’s throw away from Orchard, La Villa offers the perfect dining haven with its serene environment and convenient location. Its white-washed interiors accented with wooden furniture and ceiling beams exudes casual elegance while the outdoor patio instills an instant air of relaxed charm, perfect for a quiet business lunch or intimate dinner for two.

MENU

Besides an excellent selection of starters, pastas, sides, desserts and various types of wood-fired pizzas, La Villa also offers a classic grill menu and mains. With our open-concept specialty grill station, watch as our chefs serve up an excellent selection of grilled meats & seafood. Using authentic produce from various regions, our menu is updated regularly with new creations inspired by ingredients in season.

With its warm and inviting atmosphere, extensive salads and grills selections and hospitable service, La Villa is the culinary oasis to unwind located right next to the city centre.

Additional Info

  • Address: 341 River Valley Road, #01-03, Singapore 238372
  • Phone: +65 6836 5286
  • Fax: +65 6838 5464
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