Nestled in Capella Singapore, Fiamma is one of Singapore’s freshest and most elite dining locations. If you’re looking for an idyllic Italian cuisine experience with unlimited dessert and pours of champagne, look no further than their new Sunday Brunch menu. Surrounded by 30 acres of lush greenery, the restaurant promises a leisurely afternoon with family and friends filled with heartfelt conversations and hearty food.

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The new menu is filled with a selection of classic, tantalising Italian dishes, meaning guests who are new to Italian cuisine can rest easy knowing that they are tasting a carefully-curated variety of the restaurant’s finest.

From Italian classics like Arancini and Tramezzini to the family-style Tagliere Di Salumi, the appetiser course introduces a little bit of everything. For guests interested in the seafood varieties of Italy, there is Ostriche, specifically Tarbouriech and Tsarskaya oysters, and Crudo, consisting of seabass, tuna and amberjack.

Inspired by Chef Mauro Colagreco’s traditional roots, the new menu includes culinary highlights like the Astice Alla Catalana – half-charred lobster with a side salad of vegetables and drizzled with a citronette. Regulars familiar with the restaurant can enjoy the main menu’s Polpette, which consists of traditional Italian meatballs simmered in a basil-ginger tomato sauce with chillies. Returning to the essence and name of the restaurant, derived from the Italian word for “Flame”, the Grigliata course features the beef tomahawk from the grill as well as a roasted lamb leg that can only be enjoyed during brunch hours.

Colagreco, famous for his three Michelin-starred restaurant Mirazur, opened Fiamma in Singapore last year. In an interview with our magazine, Colagreco explained the aim of this new venture. “Fiamma is a salute to Italian cuisine and spirit. I wanted to create a place for joy, sharing with a sincere atmosphere and spirit, which is also reflected in the restaurant design by Andre Fu. The menu gastronomically transports you to Italy.” The soothing lights, wooden accents and contemporary finishes create a warm ambience and timeless charm as you embark on a culinary tour of Italy.

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Antonio Corsaro, Fiamma’s Chef de Cuisine, also shared this sentiment in our interview with him earlier this year, saying, “Fiamma should feel like a communal dining experience with your family and loved ones; sharing food brings joy and happiness”. Working together with Colagreco to create new dishes every season, this menu certainly doesn’t disappoint. Its selection highlights the Italian saying ‘la famiglia e tutto,’ which translates to ‘The Family is Everything’.

Embracing the sharing experience behind Italian cuisine, the brunch menu also introduces a veal ragout cooked with onions and topped with pecorino romano cheese – the Ziti Alla Genovese. Following this is Corsaro’s go-to comfort food, pizza. Guests can select from the Margherita, Diavola and Tartufo. “I love the pizza at Fiamma; it reminds me a lot of Napoli. Whenever I get a chance to have them, it fills my tummy and soul.”

The brunch also includes a specially-curated selection of Italy’s finest cheeses, and concludes with unlimited servings of Fiamma’s signature Gelato E Dolce desserts. For $218++ per adult, guests can enjoy unlimited refills from a drinks menu that includes Roger Coulon 1er Cru Champagne, white and red wines, Italian spritzes and Menabrea draught beer.

With a varied selection of Italian dishes, free-flow beverages and desserts, Sunday brunch at Fiamma promises a comfortable fine dining experience at an affordable price. Guests can indulge in the brunch menu on Sundays between 12 and 3pm. Dress code is smart casual.