After hearing and reading so much rave about this place, I finally got to dine-in at L’ Opera... The place lived up to my expectations; Ambiance is very Italian, from the murals of wall to the music being played- quaint, warm and cozy. Menu is pretty extensive, with typical Italian dishes and aperitifs/wines presented/written in Italian but with English description. Service was exceptional....
To start up, we ordered for beef carpaccio(Carpaccio di Filetto di Manzo con Rucola alla Toscana).P360- The thinly sliced raw beef which I found smelly was presented with parmigiano and fresh greens. It was ok but I honestly didn't like it and certainly will not recommend this...
We asked for split order, so what you can see in the picture is half order of our main course.... Carre’ d’agnello ala Romana in Salsa di Pomodoro o all’ aceto Balsmico e Rosmarino or in other word grilled lamb chops. P680 and and Spaghetti alle Vongole al Pomodoro o al Vino Bianco.P340
The lamb chop has a unique flavor that I found sooooooo tasty, tender and juicy,it was complemented well with our baby clam angel hair pasta.
L'Opera Ristorante Italiano
The Fort entertainment complex
26th Street corner 5th Avenue, Fort Bonifacio Taguig