Pizza Risotto Pasta

Pizza Risotto Pasta

All the Italian food happens to be my comfort food.
Siming T
Siming T

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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Though I absolutely enjoyed their pasta, I found their Mushroom Risotto (S$24.00) equally great. Featuring mixed mushrooms, asparagus, garlic, onions and parsley, this mains packed intense flavours of the shrooms. Given the richness of the stock, it was pretty fortunate that I could finish the plate before it had gotten too “gelak”.

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One of the newest creations from Pizza Hut was their San Francisco Sourdough Pizza, using sourdough as the pizza crust.

As advertised, the crust maintained a good crisp on the outside, and with larger air pockets within, even though the insides were not as fluffed up as I would have imagined it to be. However, the sprinkling of the blended bread crumbs (or flour, whichever it was) made the pizza too grainy for my own enjoyment. Perhaps, it was meant to keep the crispiness at its optimum level, but I wouldn’t exactly say that I enjoyed the overall texture. Sadly, the experience was not sufficient to make me want to select this type of crust again, provided that it would stay in the regular menu in a few weeks’ time.

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As part of their Asian Palate menu, the Seafood Spaghettini “Mee Goreng” (S$24.00) was done dry, Singapore-style with distinct ketchup flavour.

Stir-fried with their fried octopus, fried white fish fillet and tiger prawns, I felt that this mains was actually fairly decent to try. Even though they had chosen pasta as a substitute for noodles, the doneness of the spaghettini was quite balanced with the dry cooking, though it might also be an added bonus if it could be served with more eggs fried in.

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Exclusively available in conjunction in this year’s World Pasta Day, Eleven Strands was game in selling pasta kits for pasta lovers to bring the flavours home for consumption within a one-month shelf life.

Their pesto sauce tasted similar to what one would be able to get from the restaurant, with rich flavours of olive oil, garlic, fresh basil leaves and pine nuts exuding from the sauce. In the meantime, the pre-cooked linguine could be heated up in a pot of boiling water, so everything could be served up within minutes. I would say that the freshness of the sauce would justify for this Pasta Kit to cost S$15.00. (Note: Grilled salmon fillet prepared separately.)

While the offer only lasted for three days, I might seriously consider getting the pasta kit again when they would sell this again, should I want to have freshly-cooked pasta at home.

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There was no doubt that the Prawn Basil Pesto Pasta (S$24.00) was a hit here. Creamy and fragrant pesto sauce was further thickened with grated Parmigano-Reggiano cheese to add an extra dimension of flavours to their freshly-made tagliatelle pasta (additional S$3.00) to perfect the meal.

One thing for sure, was that the pasta must be eaten freshly served, to have that piping hot satisfaction while slurping every strand of pasta. In fact, I wished that I would lick the remaining sauce off the plate, because it was that delicious!

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Past the Happy Hour, Beer Basket was still bustling with activities. Customers were indulging in the restaurant’s selection of craft beer and alcohol, and it was nice for the restaurant to also offer bar bites and some mains, so there’s always something to go with the beverages at different times of the day.

Their Beef Meatballs Bolognese (S$18.00) was one of the items that would be eligible for Burpple Beyond deals. Using their hand-made beef meatballs, the proteins might not be very big, but was reasonably seasoned yet had a bit of springiness to it. The bolognese was generously coating their linguine, which helped to keep the strands slightly wet, but thank goodness I did not have tomato sauce stains on my shirt after that.

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“Sweet Dreams are made of cheese.”

If one can’t decide to order a dessert or more pizza, I would really recommend to order the Sweet Dreams (S$26.00), which included mozzarella, blue cheese, parmesan and ricotta on their awesome pizza base, before drizzled with honey.

Though it might be a tad sweet, I would say that it was also able to play down the taste of blue cheese which some might feel repulsive towards. Perhaps one might not be worthy to be called a “cheese lover” if he did not order this pizza?

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The Holy Crab! pizza was one of the most impressive pizzas that we have had during the visit. At S$28.00, there was generous amounts of real crab meat spread around the pizza that featured their in-house pizza dough and chilli crab sauce.

I really loved their pizza dough, which obviously tasted different from most pizzas that I have had locally. And there should not be any reason to ditch the crust of the pizza, simply because it tasted so fresh, airy and absolutely delightful to finish. Dip into their sauce for the “happy ending” finish, and obviously, if there was no sauce left, it would be time to order more!

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With lots of Mentaiko sauce and a half-boiled egg, this Bacon & Mentai Cream Pasta (S$13.80) was just the right item to order on a day I craved for a taste of savoury cream-based pasta. In fact, because of the runny yolk and whites, the sauce tasted a little more eggy which I quite liked. I do know of people who could not stand the taste of eggs when they were not fully-cooked.

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Three upgrades happened here: extended kitchen, more dine-in seats and a larger menu. Now that they started serving 12” pizzas, I was surely curious to see if their pizzas were comparable with those from LINO and Peperoni Pizzeria (all under the Les Amis Group).

What could be better than ordering their Burrata Pizza (S$24.00)? Topped with marinated cherry tomatoes and basil pesto, the pizza met my expectations with its thin, crispy yet airy pizza crust that was just so yummy. It was a shame to learn that they could not install a wood-fired pizza oven because of building regulations, but the crispiness of the pizza (even after all the oil from the pesto kind of soaked it) stayed, and I found that pretty amazing to be honest.

They also offered food delivery, powered by Oddle, at a fee and a slight mark-up. However, I really would doubt that you could replicate that same level of satisfaction by doing so.

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This combination was like a meat galore above a red sauce base, with the standard pineapple and ham on one side and the meatballs, pepperoni and bacon on the other.

It was one of those best comfort foods that I would order through Deliveroo, and while the pizzas here were at a premium price, I would really vouch that Peperoni Pizzeria served really scrumptious pizza with that crust that I absolutely would not say no to. So for those who do not like to eat the pizza crust when they go to a pizza restaurant, I would advise you not to waste the dough here and finish even the last crumb that you could find.

Siming T

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