KEE Casa

There’s been a surge in “sophisticated yet casual” openings recently, with KEE Club the latest to join the trend by giving its upstairs dining room a rustic Italian makeover. KEE Casa is all about hearty Italian cooking, with the menu including crostini selections (from $90), sumptuous Wagyu beef tagliata ($450), the signature ossobuco with mashed potato ($380), and delicious homemade pasta such as red prawn linguine ($360) and Iberico pork ragoût fettuccine ($320). The vibe is relaxed and easy: pop open a bottle of wine, order a few dishes designed to share and unwind.

KEE Casa
32 Wellington Street, Central
Tel: 2810 9000

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