La Nonna, meaning “The Grandmother” in Italian, serves traditional Italian country cuisine, much like what grandma would usually prepare in an unpretentious and inviting Trattoria atmosphere.
'Linguine Pasta with Crab Meat ($25 for ala carte)
Easily my favourite. A satisfying plate of home-made pasta with zesty and creamy tomato sauce, added with a touch of basil. The crabmeat was generous in portions, and fresh-sweet tasting.'
'If truffles make you weak, then you must have the La Nonna Signature Pizza (tomato, mozzarella, parmesan, asparagus, egg and black truffle), a sheer truffle blasphemy. The quality of the crust at La Nonna also deserves special mention: light and crispy all around.'
Sam David (HoneyCombers)
'Topped with tomato sauce and two kinds of cheese – mozzarella and parmesan – and graced by asparagus, egg and black truffle paste. Oh. My. God – this was so good. The base was perfect – neither too chewy or crusty, and truffle paste seeped everywhere and gave that extra touch of sophistication to every bite. Yet it wasn’t overpowering – balanced with egg and asparagus, we could just taste the parmesan and truffle slighly ahead among everything else – does that even make sense?'