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Blue Label Pizza & Wine (Ann Siang Road)

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Located in the heart of the CBD, Blue Label Pizza & Wine offers a modern take on the neighborhood pizzeria. Settle into one of our cozy banquettes and enjoy an architecturally thoughtful space with beautiful wood detailing. The menu features shareable snacks, stone fired pizza and the city's most eclectic and surprising wine list.

28 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069708

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12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am


12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

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The original famous pizza from Blue Label Pizza ($28) comprises of a 5 cheese blend, tomato and fresh basil - simple yet oh so delicious and satisfying! Portions are also very big and satisfying. Good place to come with friends to have a good meal and drinks.

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This hole-in-the-wall pizza bar is perfect for catch-ups with your mates. You've come for the Green Machine ($25) — a veggie creation of bechamel, kale, pistachios and asparagus that will satisfy even the most die-hard meat-lover. Also good are the Umami Bomb ($29) and the popular Dr Pepperoni ($31) with red sauce, mozzarella, capers, chilli oil and thinly sliced pepperoni. End on a sweet note with Grandma's Carrot Cake ($12). Look out for their curated selection of wines by the glass or carafe.
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Even though the dough of this pizza was very tasty, I feel like they could have afforded to put more toppings. There wasn't a lot of cheese or tomatoes or sauce on the pizza which was quite disappointing. My father also had a pizza that had meat on it, but again, there was not a lot of meat either. It was quite expensive so I'm not sure I would return.

Not really a fan of the pizzas here as it can get abit jelat after a few slices. Also tried the seasonal beef pizza which was way better IMO. Not something that I’d crave for tho!

Green asparagus, black truffle cream, jamón ibérico, manchego - I was extremely disappointed by this truffle pizza. It was the most expensive pizza on the menu ($38), but the truffle taste wasn’t even discernible. The portions of iberico were so measly as well, covering less than half of each pizza slice. Definitely not worth $38 - Blue Label, you can do better.

Red sauce, roasted vine tomatoes, fresh basil, burrata, goat's milk feta - this was absolutely delightful. The cheese and tomatoes made a lovely, simple combination and the pizza crust was heavenly - just the right balance of crisp, softness and a slight chew.