12 Jan '13, 4am

[DINING] New Italian place Burlamacco Ristorante offers decent food at relatively wallet-friendly prices:

[DINING] New Italian place Burlamacco Ristorante offers decent food at relatively wallet-friendly prices:

The buzz: Throwing their hats into the rink are friends Gabriele Piegaia and Paolo Colzani (co-owner and general manager) who've teamed up to launch this Italian eatery. Its moniker is a homage to the well-known festival which takes place in Viareggio, Tuscany—where executive chef and co-owner Gabriele Piegaia hails from. The vibe: Located on Amoy Street in a conservation shophouse, Burlamacco’s a cozy yet airy (thanks to a skylight) 50-seater with dark wooden furniture and a red-and-white color scheme. The walls are adorned with bright, carnivalesque artworks—all of which are for sale—care of gallery Ode to Art. The food: Tuscan native Piegaia, who cut his teeth at various Michelin-starred establishments back in Italy, puts forth more unusual items like Cacciuco alla Burlamacco, traditional Tuscan fish and seafood soup with garlic bruschetta ($36), and beef tripe stew in ...

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