Cicheti

2033 Wishlisted
~$40/pax
What We Love
  • Sit near the glass walled kitchen to see your pizza being made
  • Dim and inviting shophouse space
  • Intimate gatherings or dates over wood-fired pizzas and great pasta
  • Burratina, Tonarelli Nero, Bismark

52 Kandahar Street
Singapore 198901

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Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
06:30pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

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I ordered this Prosciutto E Rucola (S$30.00) through the Oddle Eats platform, and this was one of the more satisfying takeaway pizzas to date.

The dough was to my liking: airy and not too dense, with a good balance of crustiness to every bite. It was very nice of them to have packed the arugula and shaved parmigiana separately so that the greens remained raw when served. Apart from the parma ham, another important element was the sauce tub of chilli oil that accompanied the pizza. I’m sure many would agree that one tub was barely enough to go with the pizza, because it could make the already-delicious pizza even more mouth-watering.

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One of the best I've had as of 7/7/21. This tiny portion costs 28++ so savour it slowly but damn the sauce was so full of crab essence. Can only imagine the hours that went into it. Must try!

We had pizza and bread so this portion worked for the two of us(anything larger and we wouldn't have finished).

Cicheti serves restaurant quality Italian at restaurant prices but at such an ulu place. Their food is fortunately a cut above the rest though so the prices are kind of justified

Off menu. Request for it to go with your pizza.

It was uh-mazing. I'm really glad the chili is real, there's quite some heat so it isn't just oil. There's a distinct Asian influence, almost sort of a mild funk to it but the edge is taken away since it's only an infusion. Good to enjoy by dipping the crust in, esp for monsters that usually throw the crust away

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Quite on point, the sweetness of the onion marmalade goes well with the balsamic. Bread on point too. The ratio was such that everything accompany the burratina and doesn't overwhelm. Lovely stuff if a tad pricey

Their four cheese pizza is not bad. The cheese isn't too overwhelming, there's bits of blue cheese that isn't too strong. Bismarck is much better though, in terms of umami

Their crust was good as ever. Great chew from the doughy base. Slight crisp. Don't order all your pizzas together, the dough will harden slowly as it cools. And 2 wasn't enough to finish 1 pizza before it hardens

Anyway, rant:
Had blue label and casa nostra, as well as many other good pizza places before. Blue label calls themselves the best. Casa nostra is known as the best by those who have had the chance to try. But I feel both are abit unfair a comparison to pizza as we know it. The texture is very different from the pizza as we're used to: Neapolitan. While cicheti isn't known as the best, and I would have preferred a tad more airy and burnt crust, it made me feel like coming back after my first bite. Casa nostra was good too, but blue label, due to how greasy it was to achieve the crunch, didn't. In fact I planned to return to try some of the flavours but after the meal I'm thinking probably not lol. Not that they're not good, just that if you dare call yourself the best then the stakes are high.

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Their bread was good, quite some bite but airy at the same time. Well toasted too, that's effort

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