Amò

Amò

Restaurant
Italian

Amò, the smart-casual Italian eatery and bar was launched by established restaurateur-chef Beppe De Vito of The ilLido Group that continues the Group’s mission to elevate the Italian dining scene in Singapore. Designed as a social destination where the best culinary influences from all parts of Italy come together, Amò (short for “amore”, or love) dishes up original creations reimagined from Italian classics and inspired by tradition, seasonality and produce.

You need to know:

✓ Celiac Friendly – Establishment is not dedicated gluten-free but the kitchen follows careful food prep practices to eliminate the risk of cross contamination
✓ Separate prep area
✓ GF pasta cooked in separate water
✓ Dedicated oil for frying

Amò can also accommodate:

✓ Dairy Free, ✓ Vegetarian, ✓ Vegan

Recommendations:

Appetizer:
Crispy Calamari with with Sumac and Sundried Tomato Aioli
Zucchini Flowers with Mortadella, Pistachio and Lemon Honey

Mains:
Spaghetti Chitarra with Boston Lobster and Tarragon
Grilled Octopus, Frigetelli Peppers and Calabrian Chilli Vinaigrette
Grilled Angus Beef Tagliata with Rucola and Parmigiano Salad

Sides:
Roasted Mushrooms with Egg Confit and Caramelized Onions
Baby Gem Lettuce with Crispy Pancetta and Anchovy Saucez
Desserts:
Strawberry and Almond Cake with Lemon and Vincotto

How Amò does gluten-free...

1. Restaurant presents a separate gluten-free menu from its regular menu
2. Separate cloth for cleaning of plate before plating
3. Different utensils are prepared for service
4. Visual markers will be indicated on dish
5. Chef will hand out GF dish personally to service staff to ensure safety of dish from chef to guest

address

33 Hong Kong Street

059672

phone

+65 6723 7733

hours

Restaurant: Open Daily
Lunch: Noon to 2.30pm | Dinner: 6pm to 11pm

Bar:
Weekdays: 5pm to midnight
Weekends: 6pm to midnight

Gluten Free Singapore makes every effort of research, visit and review restaurants that offer gluten-free options. Restaurant menus, ingredients, staff and preparation practices change often and may not always coincide with this website’s description of them. Gluten Free Singapore cannot guarantee the safety of any eating establishment for gluten-free diners. Always use your own best judgement when eating out.