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6445 5661
<br>Established in 2004, Peperoni Pizzeria is part of the award-winning Les Amis Group. Peperoni in Italian means bell peppers, a reflection of their culinary heritage. As a testament to their culinary excellence, Peperoni has grown today to four outlets across the island serving their signature pizzas and pastas. Their restaurants also come with an in-house bar, serving a stellar collection of wines, spirits and imported beers. continue reading
Opening Hours
12:00 - 22:30
Mon - Thu
12:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:30
Fri - Sat
12:00 - 22:30
11:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
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Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Corkage Fee Details
Pork Free
Takes Reservations Details
No GST / Service Charge
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Signature Dishes
Hawaiian Pizza Margherita Pizza Roasted Spring Chicken
Review (7)
Level4 2013-11-23
Benvenuto! (Welcome in Italian.) The motto of Peperoni Pizzeria, from Les Amis Group. Peperoni @ Frankel is the third branch of Peperoni when they expand their dough kneading adventure to the east side of Singapore. This is actually our first visit to the east branch. We were looking for a place to catch up with our friends D&C, and after shortlisting a few restaurants, we decided on Peperoni. As it was on Monday night, we manage to find parking at the roadside with ease. Once we start chatting, D&C told us that they had Peperoni at Suntec the night before with their family, however, since the pizza is good, they don't mind to have another round. Peperoni @ Frankel looks very casual and Italian. The colours of Italian national flags of green, white and red are well represented in the establishment. The entrance is painted in green, the walls are painted in white, while the chairs and wood fire oven are red. Both the chairs and wood fire oven are so eye catching, you won't miss them.For starters, we decided on Prosciutto Crudo di Parma & Melone ($18), Mozzarella Fasciatta Con Prosciutto ($18), and Wedges ($8). Prosciutto Crudo di Parma & Melone is the traditional pairing of Prosciutto di parma and rock melon. The combination of salty and sweet from these two ingredients are just irresistible. The Prosciutto flavour is just intense, multi layer but the best part it just melts in your mouth. The rock melon is a bit small in size though. Mozzarella Fasciatta Con Prosciutto is pan fried mozzarella wrapped with Parma ham. The prosciutto is cover the chewy but soft mozzarella nicely and has a crispy texture from the pan fried. The glaze of balsamic vinegar on top of it, just seal the deal. It helps to counter the intense saltiness from prosciutto while bind the whole ingredients together, especially with the rocket salad. Big thumb-up from LD.The wedges has a crispy texture on coating, with a nice seasoning and soft on the inside. Served with mayonnaise as a dipping sauce although sour cream will taste better with it. Actually a good food for the little ones if they don't like pizza.For the pizzas, we ordered 2 large pizzas of half and half ($24 each). The first combination is Fungi & Margerita - Button, shitake & porcini mushrooms; Mozzarella 'di bufala', cherry tomatoes, basil and oregano. The pizza base is thin and crispy. The toppings are generous combine with cheese and tomato sauce is just create a juicy toppings. The fungi and margerita pizza just allow its natural ingredients to speak for it self. The second combination is Pancetta & Prosciutto Crudo di Parma - cured bacon, sliced tomatoes and egg; Parma ham and rocket salad. This pizza has more intense salty flavour because of the cured meat. The egg and rocket salad on each size of the pizza helps to counter the saltiness, but this combination just 'scream' meat, cured meat & meat; and I simply love it. Satisfied with the mains, we took our time before we move to desserts. Creme Brulee ($9) and Tortino al Cioccolato ($13) - rich molten valrhona chocolate cake served with strawberry ice cream.The crème brulee has a nice thin layer of caramelized sugar. The custard however is more dense in texture which constrain us to taste full taste of the custard. For the Tortino, it is actually suppose to come with vanilla ice cream, however they are kind enough to switch ours to strawberry. The molten chocolate cake is overcook, no chocolate ooze out when we cut through the cake. Meanwhile, the strawberry ice cream with the walnut crust was just superb to compensate the disappointing chocolate cake. If you are looking for a non alcoholic drink, give Gunner ($7) a try. The combination of Ginger Ale, Ginger Beer and Agostura Bitter is just refreshing. Considering this is a Les Amis group establishment, there are works needed to be done on their the service side. During the dinner we were served by two service staff, one of them is very friendly and attentive, while the other was just grumpy with a don't care attitude. Hopefully, they can deliver more consistent service standard. After all, they are the Les Amis Group.Overall, when it come to Entrees and Pizzas, they are almost faultless. This has been the case in their other establishment as well. The desserts need some fine tuning, but the ice cream is just great. All we can say, if you are looking for a good pizza, Peperoni is one of the place. Saluti! Cheers!For the complete Chubby Botak Koala Dining experience, click / copy the link below to your browser:http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2013/11/peperoni-all-they-knead-is-love.html continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-22
Decided to head to Peperoni for dinner after hearing its good reviews. We ordered a pizza with 2 flavours, Frutti di Mare (seafood) and Pancetta (with bacon and soft egg). Really liked the Pancetta, the mixture of bacon with soft egg gives the pizza a very unique and yummy taste. Pizza has thin crust, which is crispy to the bite. The Frutti di Mare was more ordinary, but nevertheless, delicious too. Restaurant was generous with their seafood toppings, and the combination of both pizza flavours goes well together. Will try the other pizzas next time! continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-18
Had fathers day dinner here yesterday and the food was super awesomely great! There was such a wide variety of italian food available in this restaurant and their pizzas and stone baked and so darn good!! I super love the fact that they allow u to choose two different flavours on one pizza and that it is super fresh and thin crusted! It is about 21 bucks for a large pizza which isnt that expensive considering pizza hut would be around there too...The dessert was really good too!!! LOVE IT LOVE THIS PLACE continue reading
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Level4 2012-05-07
The pizza took about 15mins to come and interestingly, they placed a cup of crayons for you to doodle on their paper laid table. We ordered half of Parma ham with rocket salad and another half or the cheesy hotdog. Instead of pathetic few bits and pieces of ham that you'll be given somewhere else, Peperoni was generous and had many slices of ham eventually spread on the pizza. continue reading
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Level4 2012-04-29
I have long heard that Peperoni Pizzeria served yummy Pizza and Squid Ink Pasta. Therefore together with my 6 of my friends, we haved ordered a very big size of Pizza and an additional of Squid Ink Pasta to try The pizza took about 15 minutes to arrive to the table (: They were generous with ingredients which includes lots of seafood in the pizza. The crust was thin and cripsy which all of us have really enjoy very much. Although the appearance may abit down but this pasta was super awesome. Do try it ~ continue reading
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