Have a craving for the best Singapore pizza? Consider this your DIY slice-by-slice guide to the tastiest pies in the city. Singapore has an incredible food and drink scene: burgers, cocktails and of course, coffee.
Whether you’re a local looking for new food spots or just here for a few days while you’re visiting, this is one place where carb lovers will be safe and sound.
Put your game face on; get ready to eat your bodyweight in fresh cheese and chargrilled dough at these seven best places for pizza…
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Fabbrica takes authentic Italian cuisine to a whole new level. They cook with a great respect for tradition, and use only the freshest produce which is the key to their success. The star is the copper wood-fired oven, which turns out the tastiest pizzas you can ever imagine.
Limoncello is as close to the Amalfi Coast as you can get in Singapore. You’ll feast home-made pasta, Neapolitan woo-fired pizza and charcoal grilled meat and seafood, but it’s the pizza that steals the show.
They use fresh Italian toppings and you can even get a wholemeal base.
One of Singapore’s top pizza joints, this badly-kept secret proves that pizza this delicious needs to be shared. PizzaFace is a funky restaurant that has great pizzas, with chewy crusts and a rich tomato sauce.
Wash it all down with their great selection of beers.
Plank Sourdough Pizza is the first pizzeria in Singapore specialising in sourdough crust pizza. What does that mean? Well, sourdough pizza has a light, crisp base with a soft, pillowy and slightly crisp crust, made by hand stretching.
The toppings here are just as light and absolutely beautiful.
The quality of the crust at La Nonna alone deserves a spot on this list, light and crispy all around.
If you haven’t already tried the La Nonna Signature Pizza, it should be on your list, topped with tomato, mozzarella, parmesan, asparagus, egg and black truffle.
If you want a simple and charming place to chow down on some Singapore pizza, then this is the perfect spot. La Pizzaiola is a laid-back restaurant that makes incredibly authentic pizzas using organic homemade dough.
The toppings are just like what you would find in Italy. Think slivers of Parma ham and creamy mozzarella.
Pizza Art is passionate about pizzas – they only use fresh ingredients that are specially imported from Italy. Chef-owner Donato Mazzola comes from Rome, so he makes sure that each pizza is just as good as you will find there.
Can’t choose what toppings to get? The beef tenderloin pie with porcini mushrooms and truffle sauce is indulgent but delicious.
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