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Best Places For Pizza & Beer

What goes hand in hand better than pizza and beer? Since this Friday is Pizza & Beer Day, we've picked out our favourite spots around town for a quality slice and cold one!

Two of life's simple pleasures come together this Friday for Pizza & Beer day. We make it easy for you to get the best of both worlds — try these six pizza and beer spots for yourself.

Photo by Burppler Vanessa Kou

If our Burpplers are any indication, you won't go wrong with the signature Burrata Pizza ($26) at LINO. Burppler Wuu Yyiizzhhoouu says "their tomato sauce is utterly impressive. Very fruity and bright, it's leagues above your average tomato sauce." Burppler Vanessa Kou agrees, saying "the luscious mild flavour of the burrata ball melded well with the other ingredients too". Match this up draught beer from Staropramen ($12) and Blue Moon ($13) and you've got a night to remember.


Bella Pizza
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You'll be spoiled for choice at Bella Pizza, with 18 stunning pizzas to choose from. Burppler Maureen Ow enjoyed the Pizza Ortolana, which is a red pizza topped with tomato, mozzarella and mixed vegetables. Or go for the signature Pizza Bella Pizza ($24), with mozzarella, ricotta, salami and sautéed spinach, as recommended by Burppler Cuifen Chen. Make it a perfect night by grabbing a bottle of Manabrea ($12) or Hoegaarden ($12), then lie back as you enjoy the breeze along Robertson Quay!

Zazz Pizza
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Zazz Pizza is the culmination of over 25 years of experience in Italian cuisine for Chef Fernando, who dishes up tasty wood-fired pizzas with amazing value. For the true taste of Zazz, Burppler Vanessa Kou recommends the Zazz Pizza ($24). "The earthy notes from the mushrooms and truffle cream also worked harmoniously with the savouriness of the cheeses as well as the burst of sweetness from the tomatoes". Pair your pizzas with a very wallet-friendly Peroni ($6) or Heineken ($6).

Photo by Burppler Nicole L

AMANO completes its pizzas with premium meats and seafood from around the world. Burppler Nicole L really enjoyed the Prosciutto De Parma ($27), and "the arugula leaves really helped cut through the oiliness of the dish." As for Ally F, she thought the Truffle Infused Mushroom Pizza was "so good", especially with its chewy and perfectly thin crusts. For beers, you won't go wrong with the Coq & Balls Lychee Pale Lager ($10.50) or Menabrea Lager ($11).


Pizza Fabbrica
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Pizza Fabbrica is a great bet for real wood-fired pizzas in Bugis. Burppler Tamara C ordered the classic Margherita di Bufala ($20), and liked the "nice and tasty dough, and the tomato sauce was tart and fresh!" Don't like tomato? Try the Funghi Scarmoza ($32), which Burppler Veronica Phua says "without the usual tomato sauce base, the flavours of the sliced porcini mushroom, Fior de Latte mozzarella and Scarmoza cheese managed to shine". On the beer front, how does a bottle of Menabrea ($10), from Piedmont in Italy, or Corona ($10) sound?

Più 39 Italian Pizza Bar
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This Lorong Mambong joint is one of several Italian joints on the famed Holland Village stretch, but this one stands out for their pizzas. Try their Diavola ($19), which Burppler Amanda Liu says combines just tomato, mozzarella and salami "to create a savoury bomb of a pizza". Burppler A. Ling likes the Cipolla & Pancetta Pizza as it "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." Throw on some Tabasco for the perfect slice, and don't forget their German brews like Paulaner Munch Hell ($9) and Alpirsbacher Klosterbrau ($8).


Check out our full directory of pizza spots in Singapore!