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Featuring classic contemporary Italian cuisine, a world- class wine list, and an elegant and welcoming setting over unparalleled views of the Marina Bay, Forlino is one of Singapore’s best and most established addresses for Italian fine dining with a view. Forlino’s cuisine adds a modern approach to Italian classics using the finest seasonal produce from around the world while balancing the best of the flavours from old and new worlds.Located on the second floor of One Fullerton, Forlino’s intimate main dining room and two private dining rooms: Gaia (up to 12 guests) and Serena (up to 22 guests), are ideal for all kinds of celebrations, weddings and corporate events.

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Daily: 12:00 - 14:30
Daily: 18:30 - 23:00

1 Fullerton Road, #02-06 One Fullerton

European, Italian, Western

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