251 Holland Avenue
Singapore 278981

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Still my favourite pizza place in town and super worth it especially with entertainer’s 1 for 1 mains!! I can’t speak for the other flavors because we literally order the same 2 pizzas every time we come, i.e.: carbonara and laksa. The laksa pizza comes with a really legit laksa paste and abundant toppings like sotong, quail eggs, tau pok(I think), prawns, chili padi...and the whole agglomeration of doughy goodness is sprinkled with little laksa leaves!!!! Which really elevates the taste and sets it apart from laksa pizza from other establishments.

The carbonara pizza looks pretty simple with just a few strips of bacon and a runny egg in the centre but - CONTRARY TO APPEARANCES - is packed with so much flavor!! The garlicky bechamel paste is salty to the right degree and meshes so well with their thin dough. Break the yolk and spread it all around for more oomph!!!

If you’re a carb lover, get a serving of their toasty little dough balls with garlic butter, you won’t regret it!

Can I have these yummy chewy doughballs ($6) as my main please 🤤🤤

However MUST eat them while they are hot !


Highlight of this meal was probably the DOUGH BALLS (~$5). Eyed it on another table and decided to get it...best decision.... 😛 Said I was gonna have 1 but ended up eating 4 bc the dough balls were so soft and light so it wouldn’t be too filling, and the garlic butter that came with it was garlicky and not too salty!

La Reine (~$16) a classic pizza with ham mushroom olives and mozzarella was pretty plain imo and there wasn’t much cheese on the pizza. Would suggest getting their thin crust signature pizzas cos that honestly looked MUCH better and the flavours were more interesting 🍤🦐🦀
Chicken and mushroom risotto (~$14) tasted like..... $14 salty atas porridge........ felt so salty (literally and figuratively) after eating it..... no go.......

Ig @goodfomood

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Once again, pizzaexpress doesnt disappoint. Great food at wallet friendly prices!

The right amount of spiciness and the pasta was cooked al dente. Love it!

Jumping on the bandwagon of plant-based meat alternatives in the food scene this year, PizzaExpress has launched 4 new dishes on its verde menu, featuring 2 pizzas and 2 pastas each for pork and beef by using those from Omnipork and beyond meat.

Sure, it does look like a normal beef pizza but topped with Beyond Beef, vegan mozzarella, passata, red onion, red chilli, garlic oil and kale. Also served with a lemon wedge. The beef was slightly charred but fortunately, there was no unpleasant taste/smell of the plant protein used. It was a rather good attempt also to mimic the texture of real meat. However, there wasn’t much meat flavour. Instead, you get heavy flavours from all the other spices and toppings. Well, I would still prefer my real meat if given a choice. For one thing, it’s pricey for the pizza size, especially when there’s no real meat involved.