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“Pasta and basta!” meaning, “Pasta, and that’s it!” in Italian. Italian foodies (and carb-lovers)...

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Aglio & Olio Prawn $17
Cipolla & Pancetta Pizza $19

Great place to chill after work here, staffs were efficient and friendly. Portion was big for both the pizza and pasta. The Aglio & Olio with Prawn was slightly oily but was well seasoned and penne was cooked to the right texture. Cipolla & Pancetta Pizza was simple yet hearty, crust was thin but filled with ingredients. Onions in the pizza really brought out the flavour of the mozzarella and bacon. Items on menu offered for 1-1 was extensive, and price after discount was really reasonable, forseeing a second visit soon!

Just the sight of the pie hitting the table detonated our hunger - the pock-marked, leopard-spotted crust was swathed in dobs of Fior di latte mozarella, ham, mushroom and parmesan, as well as a beautifully oozy egg smack dab in the centre, making for an umami flavour explosion in each slice.

Taste: 3.5/5


Absolutely delish!!!!! Mentaiko in the sauce and another huge dollop on top, it wasn't too salty and neither was the cream based pasta too cloying, which was surprising! I would have finished the entire plate if I wasn't watching my carb count that day.

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Got an urge to gorge ourselves on pizza and that’s how we finally got around to paying “John’s Pizzeria And Bakery” on Tanjong Katong Road a visit. You can find them easily as they are located a few shop units away from the famous Punggol Nasi Lemak.
Anyway, according to what I read in their menu, @johnspizzasg is owned and operated by expats, and seems to be focused on just two things: American-style pizzas and big, thick, soft-centered cookies (which they can pimp into some mighty stunning sundaes). Both items are produced fresh on the premises daily.
Free from preservatives and commercial yeast as well as being low in gluten and G.I. (glycemic index), their pizzas boast a hand-stretched sourdough crust which is completely different from the Neapolitan-style ones that have enthralled me for the longest time. It was nice to have a change. I ordered the 14” NY Style “John’s 4-Way” ($31.90) for us as widest variety was what I was after.
The crisp-on-the-outside, chewy and flavourful sourdough crust, which was even in thickness and texture from centre to the edge, was sectioned into four, but cut into eight slices. Each quadrant came neatly covered in the different toppings I had chosen. My favourite of the lot was the classic “Pepperoni” - I recommend adding an extra topping of pepperoni for $4.50 more if you love a meatier pizza. A close second was the “Walnut Pesto Parmesan and Chicken Sausage” - unusual and really fragrant, this had the ground sausage spread all over, ensuring tastiness in every bite. I loved the “Hawaiian” too due to the pineapples sweet juiciness. As for the “Supreme”, as generous as the toppings were, this had too much going on in my humble opinion, but of course, by no means was it bad and I’m sure this toppings combo has its fans.
Besides the NY Style, John’s Pizzeria & Bakery also does a Signature Deep Dish Pizza which we plan to return for since our meal today was so satisfying. Will need to allocate space for one of their cookie sundaes too.


Tomato Base, Burrata & Basil - 3 simple ingredients, but becomes a perfect mix on the pizza.

Each slice was tangy, yet savoury, and with a hint of herbs. Definitely a slice that you can chow down easily, this Burrata pizza stole our hearts and stomach the second it hit our tongues.

What I enjoyed as well was the thin, light and airy crust, which was hand-pulled before being thrown in the oven!

Best part, this is on burpple beyond, and is part of the 1 for 1 offerings!

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Their signature dish. Very fragrant. Be prepared to fart alot later if you are easily flatulent ahhahah

Rich,creamy carbonara with a piece of burnt cheese at the side!

Nice in an unremarkable way and definitely overpriced for the portion size and taste. While the octopus was well-grilled, it wasn't the most tender, and the tzatziki as well as frankly rather underseasoned and dry fregola seemed like a mismatch.

Taste: 3/5

Theirs pizzas are definitely better than their pastas which are pretty average. That being said, their vongole pasta comes with a delicious and interesting creamy buttery sauce, not your usual clear and spicy soup.

Their burrata pizza is simply heavenly. Spread some burrata all over your pizza slice and you get a creamy bite each time. The crust for their burrata pizza is medium thick and yet very crisp. It doesn’t fill you up like thick crust and it’s more satisfying than a thin.

Sorry if I haven't been posting much - I've been keeping socially distant. 😷stay safe everyone! |

Went here because it's near my house and new on Burpple Beyond. Sadly, it wasn't worth the high prices. The texture was nice and chunky but... The carbonara was REALLY bland and tasteless even after I specially requested for salt to grind onto the pasta. |

The meatball pasta was better but was honestly nothing special. The meatballs were tasty but didn't really have much depth to them, and I can say the same about the slightly watery tomato sauce too. At least the tagiatelle was chewy and springy! | ®️: 4/10 |

Located along the stretch of restaurants & bars in Lorong Mambong, Più 39 is the latest addition to that stretch serving up hearty classic Italian items, with a few local twists.

If you're a fan of hand-stretched thin crust pizza, this is for you! Their Diavola ($19) is a simple one, that comes with a tomato base, mozzarella cheese & salami.

These 3 ingredients combined to create a savoury bomb of a pizza, and if you threw some Tabasco on, you'd got yourself a perfect slice!

Combining the convenience of the location and the month long craving for pasta, I swung by quickly to have late lunch after running errands. As usual, the food is comforting and the portion is generous with chunks of crabmeat at every bite. Even when I was done with the carbs, there was enough sauce for another serving of pasta. Really generous. I have to say, over the past 5 years, the taste is consistently good and the price is still pocket friendly.

Soon, we may not have the privilege of a dine in experience, but while we can, be thankful for the staff that continues to serve, the warm food that is served straight from the kitchen, the freedom to dwell outdoors.