16 Collyer Quay
#01-05 Income At Raffles
Singapore 049317

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10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm


10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

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From the Burpple community

OMG where will you find a $8 freshly cooked pepperoni pizza in SG.

Delicious, fresh, nice quality and ample beef slices.

1 person cannot finish the entire thing in 1 go. Complete value for money with a super staff.

5 stars

Amazing value for money.

Great taste and fair quality for the price.

Staff is a little off. Decor and feel is ordinary.

overall 3 on 5

What a great pizza, what a great price.

Pepperoni pizza, Chicken wings and drink. All for 15.

Staff is not so friendly, service is off. Decor is ordinary.

overall 3 on 5

Little Caesars Pizza makes their own pizza dough daily and their Italian Cheese Bread is out of this world.
Little Caesars Pizza is having a promotion of $7.99 for a large pepperoni pizza and their Italian Cheese Bread is really addictive.

The next time you need a speedy takeaway meal in the CBD, count on this US-famous pizza chain. Doling out hot and ready pies sporting thick, fluffy crusts and foolproof pepperoni and cheese toppings, Little Caesar will not disappoint. Coupled with the value-for-money price point — a large 12-inch Pepperoni Pizza goes for just $7.99 — this is one joint we'll happily return to.
Photo by Burppler Muriel AvdH


If you could only try one thing here, then this would be the the most value-for-money and foolproof option. While it’s not made to order, they don’t stock too many at a time, so it probably doesn’t spend much time in the warmer (hopefully).

The dough is fluffy and bread-like, which means it’s super filling, so it’s best to share one pie with a friend. Even though the pepperoni slices are super thin, I liked how some of the edges are nicely crisped up. Wish there was a bit more cheese, but at $7.99 you really can’t complain.