Covelli Italian Bistro & Wine Bar {Closed}

Covelli Zuppa di Funghi$14 for a bowl of soup is over the top, but thankfully the taste was over the top too! I’ve never had a better cream of mushroom – with fine yet evident bits of wild mushrooms finished with white truffle oil and surprisingly, milk foam. I almost wanted to lick the bowl clean.

Insalata di AntaraThere’s a myriad of flavour and textures in this well-mixed salad – smoked duck breast, dried cranberries, feta cheese, dressed with yuzu vinaigrette.

Black Truffle RavioliRaviolis are rarely my choice when it comes to pastas because most of the times, the dough is too much and the fillings too little. But Covelli’s changed my perception. Each of their ravioli pockets generous amounts of black truffle and cheese, with the outer pasta skin cooked till al dente. Not to mention how well the brown butter cream sauce went with it.. This is the kind of food worth bursting your calorie limit for.

Barramundi e AsticeWhen the dish first arrived, my friend and I couldn’t stop giggling to ourselves. (I’m sorry I have to say this.) It’s actually a chunk of sh*t charcoal lobster served on top of a Barramundi fillet. Hahaha looks aside, beaneath the black batter, lies the soft white lobster flesh.

Lychee Champagne Panna CottaLike a cocktail in dessert form – silky panna cotta piled with plump lychee meat and crushed ice. A mild hint of champagne is added to complete the look.

Homemade Tiramisu Topped with Shaved ChocolateI like my tiramisus moist with lots of coffee and liquor taste so this overly sweet version wasn’t for me.

Apart from the dessert menu, I saw many tempting desserts at the display counter that I wanna try! The other pastas look promising too!

Covelli Italian Bistro & Wine Bar {Closed}

Food8.5
Ambience8.5
Value7.5
Service6.5
7.8Overall Score

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