Best pizzas in Singapore
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Stop everything, it's World Pizza Day. Celebrated annually on 9th February, the world comes together to share their love for the doughy favorite; a blank canvas for an onslaught of tantalising toppings and various styles of crusts. We did the legwork, to bring you our favourites on this special day.
By the same guys who brought us Luke's Oyster Bar & Chop House, Blue Label Pizza & Wine has been entralling guests with their acclaimed stone-fired pizza at Ann Siang and Orchard. They feature a wide selection of pizzas - which includes their Blue Label Special (market price), that changes based whatever the market has to offer. Other must-haves include the J-Dog ($32) - a cross between a hot dog and a pizza, as well as Dr. Pepperoni ($31), a timeless classic.
28 Ann Siang Rd, #B1-01, Singapore 069708, Tel: 9821 9362
Opening hours: (Mon-Sun) 12-10pm
In Singapore's hippest district in Keong Saik lies a dimly-lit, cosy Italian cocktail bar and bistro called Bar Milano - that will transport guests back to Italy in the 60s with an interior that looks like a cafe you'd find deep within Rome, and a music playlist to boot. Famous for bringing authentic Pizza Fritta, dubbed in Napoli as the Pizza of the People. The Napolitano is the best way to begin your feast, served with mozzarella, basil and San Marzano tomatoes.
55 Keong Saik Rd, 01-02, Singapore 089158
Opening hours: (Mon-Sun) 10am-12am
Deriving their name from the Italian term for serving savoury snacks in an informal restuarant setting - this restaurant is sure to blow away all expectations. Occupying a two-storey shophouse unit along Kandahar Street — Cicheti is a rustic trattoria that offers regional Italian specialities and authentic, wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas. Dive into their signature Napoletana - a light starter pizza containing tomato sauce, anchovies, garlic, oregano, olives and basil.
52 Kandahar St, Singapore 198901, Tel: 6292 5012
Opening hours: (Mon-Sun) 12-2.30pm, 6-10.30pm
Try LINO's signature classics like the Burrata — a base of passata (uncooked tomato purée), slow roasted cherry tomatoes, basil and topped with an entire ball of burrata cheese. Another favorite is the mixed mushroom that features a trio of mushrooms (Fior Di Latte, Fontina, Taleggio), made complete with a generous dose of truffle cream.
7 Binjai Park, Tel: 6463 7800
Opening hours: (Mon-Fri) 12pm-12am, (Sat-Sun) 11am-12am
Leave it to the Italian eatery and bar to serve up the goods. Their classic and signature pizzas are light, deliciously doughy and won't leave you feeling heavy after, thanks to the natural leaven and temperature-controlled leavening. Start off with the friarielli, pancetta, pumpkin and smoked mozzarella rendition, where sweet pumpkin meets the saltiness of the pancetta. Also try the moreish bone marrow, wild garlic pesto and anchovy salsa verde for a delectable mix of textures and flavours. If you're keen to make it your own, Amò sells DIY pizza kits.
33 Hongkong St, Tel: 6723 7733
Opening hours: (Mon-Wed) 12pm-2.30pm, 5pm-12am, (Thurs) 12pm-2.30pm, 6pm-12am, (Fri) 12pm-2.30pm, 5pm-12am, (Sat-Sun) 12pm-2.30pm, 6pm-11pm
Inspired by the popular holiday spot, Publico Ristorante will be launching an Ibiza inspired brunch and healthy lunch items. Jumping on the wellness bandwagon, gluten-free and low carb options are available for their brunch items, along with free flow Moët & Chandon Ice Imperial that will happen every Saturday and Sunday. A new addition to Publico Ristorante's renowned pizza menu, the Publico Seven Cereali has its dough base made of multigrain flour and topped with tomato sauce, roasted seasonal roots, homemade primo sale cheese, sun-dried tomatoes and ligurian basil. For those looking for a little more meat in their pizzas, the Chorizo Pizza comprising of fresh burrata, smoked olives, chorizo, sun-dried tomatoes and oregano might just be the one for you.
1 Nanson Rd, Tel: 6826 5040
Opening hours: (Mon-Thurs) 5pm-11pm, (Fri) 5pm-12am, (Sat) 12pm-12am, (Sun) 11am-11pm
You know you're in good hands when your Italian place has been awarded the Ospitalita Italiana plaque — a form of recognition by the Italian government to Italian restaurants all over the world. Although they serve up your regular Italian staples such as pasta and cut meats, their pizzas take the spotlight with a choice of either red (tomato based) or white pizzas (addition of mozzarella). Their crusts have the hallmarks of a good example — light and elastic on the inside and slightly charred on the outside. Accompany it with toppings that range from grilled vegetables to your favorite cut meats, and we might have a winner here.
5 Greendale Ave, Tel: 6465 5918
Opening hours: (Tues-Sun) 12pm-2.30pm, 6pm-11pm