Mention Italian fine-dining in Singapore and the name OSO invariably comes first to mind. Small wonder, because OSO has long established its place in the culinary scene here for excellence in Italian cuisine, so much as that it’s been called “a cultural and gastronomical embassy of Italy”. Located in a restored shophouse, its interiors exude an understated sophistication that understands luxury need not be shouted out. Tables are covered with beautifully starched white table clothes, contrasted against by black leather chairs and dark wooden floors.
The food, created by internationally renowned Italian chef Diego Charini, spans all regions across Italy. The menu is huge and offers a huge variety of meats, including milk-fed veal, venision, lamb, goose and rabbit. There is a first-of-its-kind here, a cheese room, where a extensive array of cheeses are displayed under glass and maintained at a constant temperature. OSO also boasts of three beautifully appointed private dining rooms, one of which is its antique-style wine room. Each designed for a different group size and the needs of corporate events.