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Telephone
6481 2453
Introduction
Spizza serves Italian pizzas with the freshest, best quality ingredients mostly sourced from Italy to create authentic thin-crusted pizzas with extra virgin olive oil. Spizza's strong culinary team endeavours to offer a true Italian experience to the finest detail. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.spizza.sg
Signature Dishes
Juliana (Tomato, Mozzarella, Cooked Ham, Pineapple) Olivia (Tomato, Mozzarella, Salami, Fresh Chilli) Vittoria (Tomato, Mozzarella, Chicken Sausages, Mushrooms, Fresh Chilli)
Review (11)
Level4 2013-07-18
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Feeling hungry, we decided to grab takeaway and eat in comfort. We had the TARA pizza that comes with tomato, egg, bacon, button mushrooms and lots of mozzarella. If you are a fan of mozzarella, then ask for more here. The egg was a rather weird combination and did not sit at all well. The button mushrooms were however good. The crispy chicken wings came with honey sauce and were good, although a tad too expensive. continue reading
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Full Spizza review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2013/05/spizza.htmlA popular Italian restaurant, Spizza attracts the crowds with their thin crust, wood-fired pizzas, big and bold flavours, and affordable pricing. I'm impressed that Spizza is able to keep prices slightly lower than other Italian restaurants, despite using specially crafted wood-fired ovens, importing their ingredients from Italy, and hand-making some items in-house. Spizza staff are professional and efficient, though the younger / newer staff have trouble with menu / product knowledge. In general, I find the service at Spizza to be good, and staff are able to handle special requests well.The Beef Carpaccio with Rucola Salad and shaved Parmesan Cheese has nice, thinly sliced beef with a light marinade of lemon juice and olive oil. Slight twist on the vegetables, with rucola instead of the standard arugula. This traditional Italian dish is a good appetizer to start off the meal. The Ursula Pizza consists of a pizza base topped with tomato, mascarpone, spinach, smoked salmon and capers. The smoked salmon and capers lend a burst of briny saltiness to each bite of the pizza. Nice, but a little overwhelming in a large quantity. The Tiramisu here is a house made special, and is rich and decadent. Really good! Differs from the traditional Italian dessert with the use of sponge cake instead of biscuit fingers. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-02
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Foie Gras pizza for dinner recently! Personally i like foie gras a lot but haven't try foie gras pizza before. Taste wise, it's really not bad but don't expect lots of foie gras for the topping lah! For $26 (if i remember the pricing correctly), i think it's pretty reasonable! We also order a salad and the dressing that comes with it goes rather well with the pizza. Hehe! continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-29
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A place for good pizzas, pastas and salad. The crust is on the thin side so you don’t have to worry about getting too full on pizza crusts! I love the Parma ham and rocket leaves pizza as the rocket leaves slightly sharp taste goes well with the salty Parma ham. Another must-try is the mushroom ravioli, I have the preference for the tomato-based sauce but you can choose the carbonara one as well. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-23
35 views
I went to the Jalan Kayu outlet for a weekend dinner. Parking was quite bad. For restaurant seating, I feel it wasn't enough because there were only several tables available in the entire restaurant. Though not crowded, the place was really hot and stuffy, couldn't feel any air-con and my friends and I (5 of us) were sweating like crazy. Food took quite long to arrive too. However, service was good, and waiter was really helpful in assisting our orders. The food was also quite decent.Spizza here we go!Rock Melon Parma HamThis is one of my favourite appetizers and I think you can never go quite wrong with this combination. Rock Melon is sweet and juicy. Parma Ham is salty and strong. Eaten together, it never fails to give my appetite a good jump start.They have all their pizzas named after girls, but I usually depend on the ingredients descriptions to decide which flavour I wanted.This is Hawaiian.The amount of ingredients on the pizza is commendable. The sauce and cheese helps to push the standard up a notch. When you bite into it, it is juicy and cheesy; you can pull the pizza away from you and see the elastic cheese strands stretching too. Parma Ham with Rocket Leaves.This pizza is surprisingly fresh and welcoming; a balanced meal on a pizza with lots of meat and vegetables.LagsanaThis is baked to perfection with lots of cheese, ingredients, and juices oozing out from the sides as you cut into it. Blue Cheese GnocchiI actually do enjoy mild-tasting blue cheese. While many shun away from this intense-smelling cheese, I'd say this dish is pretty much tweaked to suit the general taste. The blue cheese here is very much toned down so it's less intense. Cheese lovers or adventurous diners should give this a try.Gnocchi is generally made from flour, potato and egg, patiently kneaded until the dough forms a ball. The texture is bouncy and chewy, somewhat in a delicate way. You've got to try it to get addicted!Overall a really satisfying meal! continue reading
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