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Best Pizzas in Singapore

Best Pizzas in Singapore

How can anyone not love pizza? It's like a complete meal in a handy slice and it's a party in your mouth. Awesome possum. This list showcases 10 of the best pizza places in Singapore!
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Enjoy scenic views of the city skyline while feasting on Rome-style pizzas. il Cielo uses ingredients mostly from Italy, and the thin crusts here are indeed excellent. The Bosco, topped with porcini, home-cured Italian sausage and truffle, is a must-order. Expect to burn a hole in your wallet for one of the best pizzas in town.

Located in a row of shophouses in Braddell Heights estate, La Pizzaiola serves up wholesome, authentic Italian pizzas. Here, the homey ambience is perfect for enjoying a romantic evening of great food, without burning a hole in your wallet. Their 12" pizzas go for $14-17! Go for the Parma & Rucola Pizza ($16.90), a hot favourite.

Modesto's has been serving traditional wood-fired pizzas for more than a decade, and the quality has not dipped over the years. Their pizzas come in three different sizes, so you can order based on your appetite. Order the Quattro Stagioni if you'd like an assortment of toppings! This restaurant is family-friendly, which is great for those with young ones, and their locations are very convenient.

Cicheti's authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas have a remarkably spotted crust and are topped with their homemade tomato sauce. They're rustic, loaded with fresh, quality ingredients, and baked in a massive wood-fired oven (suspended from the ceiling!), making them ever so flavourful. Go for the Margherita and Diavola; you won't be disappointed. Plus points for Cicheti's very charming space.

You can expect the thinnest, crunchiest pizzas at Skinny Pizza. Crusts here are so thin, it makes you question if you're actually eating pizza. Flavours here are exotic and usually topped with rocket leaves. Maybe pizzas can finally be considered healthy? Their most famous is arguably the Squid Ink pizza, touting a black crust and black sauce.

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Although known for brunch, Kith Cafe serves up some great affordable pizzas. Toppings here are innovative, with flavours like Duck Ragout and Kungpao Chicken. The Smoked Salmon pizza is a winner, with generous slices of smoked salmon and a drizzle of pesto. They're so good, you might finish one whole pizza on your own before you know it.

Extra Virgin Pizza prides themselves on the use of high quality ingredients sourced from around the world, and it is evident as their pizzas deliver on flavour and texture. The pizzas here are thin, crispy, and slightly charred but with a soft centre. Extra Virgin does pizzas both red and white. Popular among the crowd is the Spicy Pepperoni and Pistachio Pesto. Vegetarians rejoice!

At Pizzeria Mozza, it's all about the crust. Think a thick, airy, chewy crust surrounding a thin center filled with fresh toppings. Topping combinations here are unique, and they have several types of cheeses, herbs and meats. Go for their funghi pizza; it's generously topped with mushrooms and fontina. Be prepared to wait for your pizzas though!

The name says it all: La Nonna translates to "the grandmother". Set in a cozy space, this restaurant is unpretentious and serves up hearty Italian fare. Their signature, the La Nonna pizza, stands out for all the right reasons. Black truffle, asparagus and an egg sit atop a delightfully thin crust. You won't stop swooning over how good this is.

Have you ever seen a 21-inch pizza? If you haven't, you've got to try it at Peperoni's. It's always fun to see how excited everyone gets when they're served the gigantic pizza. Choose 2 different toppings to better please the group, a must-try topping is their Parma ham & rocket salad. You'll be so satisfied eating at Peperoni's, you'll be scheduling your next visit even before you leave!

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