Singapore, 16 October 2014 – A night of food, art, music and friends was what went on at Ricciotti Riverwalk on 16th October 2014. Celebrating 10 wonderful years of authentic Italian cuisine, the brand new epicurean concept was unveiled together with a specially curated tasting menu by Chef Gero. The dishes were a perfect balance of light crisp salads and warm hearty pastas that were quickly scooped up off the sharing boards.

Kezia Terracciano, a world-renowned artist born in Italy, performed live at the party, accompanied by Luca Ciarla on his violin. Together, they gave a heart stopping performance, blending music into the art, creating an artistic explosion for the senses. This is but one of the many art installations that Ricciotti has scheduled to exhibit at the restaurant. “A fresh take on the gastronomic experience is what people should expect from Ricciotti. Coming together over food, art and music, what’s not to enjoy?” said Managing Director, Ottavio Gori. Keep an eye out for more art installations and musical talents lined up!

Ricciotti Riverwalk also debuted their charity initiative, Food For Good. DC Mulay, founder of Crozzborderz, their partner in this venture, shared hilarious anecdotes on the focus of Food for Good and how he is actively taking steps, with the support of Ricciotti, towards helping the less fortunate.

The night ended with a bang (and a burp) as guests were wow-ed by the indulgent desserts that were served, light fluffy carrot cake and rich gooey fondants were amongst the crowd favorites. An overall smashing night with friends gathered to celebrate 10 years, Ricciotti Riverwalk looks forward to many more!

To find out more about Ricciotti Pizza Pasta Grill, email us at pr@ricciotti.co / 6387 2128.