|Interior of Burlamacco (Photo courtesy of Burlamacco)|
|Burlamacco’s facade at Amoy Street|
|Stewed beef tripe, a Burlamacco signature, is rustic and downright hearty|
|Chopped tuna tartare with avocado is equally delicious and deserving of a spot on the signatures|
|Trio of gnocchi (purple potato, squid ink and spinach) in tomato sauce with Australian scampi is another winner|
|So-tender-it-cuts-like-butter beef short ribs on a bed of mashed potatoes drizzled with Marsala wine sauce|
Even then, we did not leave without a shot of homemade limoncello. It’s on the house from Piegaia and Colzani.
For photo story, visit www.facebook.com/bibikgourmand