The pizzas are certainly a must try, cooked straight from the red wood-fired oven which patrons love to see baked live.The () has 1-for-1, so it’s really amazing value.
Opened since 1989, this is where Da Paolo began as a modest, casual Italian-style Trattoria.
Aiming to serve honest and straightforward food, Da Paolo has grown into different styles of bistros, bars, pizzeria and even do catering now.
Besides offering a wide affordable range of pizzas, Pietro’s menu also consists of tantalizing appetizers, soups, risotto, and a sumptuous variety of pasta and not forgetting classy desserts and wine.
The is another waterfront venue with easy access to the beach.
The restaurants listed here will set you back in the range of – per person if you plan properly and don’t order the Dom Perignon.
Fresh, hand-made pasta, is an amazing Italian restaurant. They also provide you crayons to doodle on the white tablemat while waiting for your food! A more bustling restaurant, choose Akashi if you don’t want to have awkward silences during your date.
Besides the steak I would also go for the A casual, pizzeria overlooking the sea, this is for the beach-loving couples.
The open air layout lets you enjoy the cool sea breeze while dining on a selection of wood-fired thin crust pizza and pastas.
The Duxton outlet on the other hand is a much smaller, quaint outfit but seats are a lot harder to book here due to its size.
For mains, this Parisian bistro steakhouse much like Les Bouchons only serves 1 item: which comes drizzled in their secret house sauce and a serving of golden shoestring fries.
The interior is also intimately lit and guaranteed to stir the romance in the air.