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Holland Village is full of good eats and hidden finds but you can't miss out Crust Pizza to go along with some ice cold beer on a weekend night with good company. Founded by Chef Peter Augoustis, Creative Chef of Crust Pizza, who also won the International Championship at the Pizza Expo in Las Vegas in 2007, six of his pizzas have won the Australian National Heart Foundation Tick of Approval for its low saturated and trans-fat, sodium, and high fibre content. That means, you can indulge in qual
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Holland Village is full of good eats and hidden finds but you can't miss out Crust Pizza to go along with some ice cold beer on a weekend night with good company.
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Founded by Chef Peter Augoustis, Creative Chef of Crust Pizza, who also won the International Championship at the Pizza Expo in Las Vegas in 2007, six of his pizzas have won the Australian National Heart Foundation Tick of Approval for its low saturated and trans-fat, sodium, and high fibre content. That means, you can indulge in quality pizza ensuring they use the freshest ingredients they can find!
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I enjoyed the Crust Supreme Pizza ($25) which is their signature pizza. Who can resist the generous variety of ingredients such as Smoked Ham, Pepperoni, Italian Sausage, Mushrooms, Fresh Green Peppers, Spanish Onions, Pineapple & Kalamata Olives piled on top of the thin crispy crust? This is one of the most classic pizza around and also an all time favourite for many.
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Seafood lovers like me can't miss out the Seafood Pizza ($28) which has lots of fresh and succulent Marinated Tiger Prawns, Scallops, Mussels. The flavours of the tomato base sauce complemented the seafood toppings very well. Topped with fresh herbs and lemon, it actually heighten the flavour of the sweet and juicy seafood!
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Fancy something Chinese yet still love induling on a crisp slice of pizza? The Five Spice Pork Belly ($25) pizza was what my friend I had ordered as it is rarely seen. It has a very Asian touch to it with pork belly slices marinated in the five spices overnight. The pear slices, wild rocket and balsamic glaze gave this pizza a rather unique flavour, a juxtapose of East meets West.

They have many other popular pizzas too like Wagyu Prawn and Salmon Benedict. Looks like I have to return another time to try them all. I enjoyed the cosy ambiance of this casual restaurant as I could sit by the side-walk and enjoy the sights and sounds of Holland Village. Service here was very friendly too with staffs smiling and coming by our dining table to ask if everything is ok with the pizza. Crust Pizza is one place worth chilling out if you do not like noisy atmosphere like the Wala Wala pub nearby.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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$25 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Crust Supreme Pizza
  • Seafood Pizza
  • Five Spice Pork Belly