Contemporary Italian and fine-dining restaurant, Buona Terra, has been awarded one Michelin star for the second year.

Buona Terra means ‘Good Earth’ in Italian and with Italy and the world as Chef Denis’s ‘gourmet larder’, he has been transforming prized artisanal ingredients into contemporary works of art since the restaurant’s opening in 2012. The flavours are refined and distilled; intriguing but still familiar. An ode to a modern love affair for good food and dining, Buona Terra promises Italian food-craft at its finest and hospitality that makes one feel right at home.

Following this afternoon’s announcement by Michelin Guide Singapore, Denis Lucchi, Resident Chef of Buona Terra shares his thoughts on being awarded the esteemed accolade:

In its next chapter, Buona Terra undergoes a refurbishment in mid-September to launch with a refreshed look and experience in mid-October 2021. Housed within a charming Black-and-White colonial bungalow, home to Buona Terra for the past decade, diners can continue to anticipate innovative seasonal creations in the restaurant’s signature style and exquisite fine wines savoured within revamped interiors that exude contemporary Italian elegance.

Nestled among the row of colonial buildings along Scotts Road, Buona Terra is a one Michelin- starred contemporary, fine-dining Italian restaurant helmed by Chef Denis Lucchi. The restaurant promises a novel selection of luscious, artfully prepared cuisine in a dining haven of serenity, featuring a personal touch of experience with hints of Northern Italy’s robust flavours infused in its all-rounded contemporary Italian cuisine.

Buona Terra
29 Scotts Road
Singapore 228224

By Surabhi Pandey

Surabhi Pandey, a former Delhi Doordarshan presenter, is a journalist currently based in Singapore. She is the author of ‘Nascent Wings’ and ‘Saturated Agitation’ and has contributed to over 15 anthologies in English and Hindi in India and Singapore. She writes on topics related to lifestyle and travel and is an active reporter on the tech startup ecosystem in Southeast Asia. She is the editor and founder of The Vent Machine.

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