Monday, 27 February 2012

Spizza

As stated on their website, "Spizza first opened its door in Club Street in 2002, with the vision of offering affordable yet authentic thin-crusted wood-fired pizzas and tasty Italian dishes to the discerning palates of Singaporeans".

They have recently opened a branch on East Coast Road, and when we've often walked past, it has always been busy. The venue is a little small, and as the night progresses, it can get a little noisy.

Their authentic thin-crusted, wood-fired pizzas are delicious.

You can watch them make pizzas


Spizza's menu is extensive, ranging from salads, pizzas and more.
 
PARMA E MELONE Thinly-sliced Parma Ham served with Rock Melon ($12++)

PORTOBELLO SALAD Grilled Portobello Mushroom, Cherry Tomatoes, Olives and Feta Cheese ($11++)

What is unique is that their pizzas are named after women (not sure why this is).

ISABELLA PIZZA Tomato, Mozzarella, Parma Ham, Rucola Salad
Medium sized (10-inch ($19++))

No dinner can be complete without dessert, and what better way to end an Italian meal than with . . .

TIRAMISU Homemade classic Tiramisu ($8++)

They also do delivery Islandwide, more information can be found on their website.

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