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6 Scotts Road
#B1-08/09 Scotts Square
Singapore 228209

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Price

~$20/pax

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Outside its country of origin, the UK, PizzaExpress tries to position itself as a premium brand. However, the menu is not too creative (California Pizza Kitchen is much better in this regard), and execution is average. The thin crust pizzas are not the crispiest, especially after 10-15 minutes or so. The dough balls that so many people crave about are poor renditions of the Brazilian pão de queijo. There’s nothing super about the Super Food salad. Service is very friendly, but not proactive. We’ll stick to CPK, even if it has gone a bit downhill lately.

We ordered the lava pizza and cabonara pizza. The lava pizza had a slightly thicker crust than the cabonara, but I must say both pizzas were amazing! The dough was soft and tasty for the lava pizza, and the cheese was soft, creamy and fresh. I really couldn’t ask for anything more and this place was a wonderful find. The server was also very attentive, he kept checking on us to see if the food was okay or if we needed anything else. Definitely 5/5 and will come back!

The taste was very familiar, a slightly spicy laksa flavour with that punchy laksa leaf. The seafood on the pizza also accentuated its authenticity, especially the clams that reminded us of the cockles in a bowl of laksa.
Didn’t take note of how long this seasonal laksa pizza would be available but we would recommend it, especially if you are one of those who like local twists in food.

I knew PizzaExpress had to serve a great pizza for so many friends around me to rave about it. So my expectations here was sky high, and I left with a happy belly.

I loved how their thin crusts were light but still stable enough to hold the toppings together. We went for the Cavolo Verde - a tomato based pizza with smoked kale, harissa chicken, peppers and mozzarella. The combination was light with the right amount of sweet and savory. Especially loved the harissa chicken bits (note: not cubes), which has a nice sweet & sour profile.

That said, for $23 per pizza, the price tag isn’t the most consumer friendly. But it really is one of the better ones I’ve had.

Another GEM find from Pizza Express! Originating from London, serving their handcrafted pizza, pasta (there's handmade version too) and salads! Almost like a 14" inch thin crafted pizza, was ingredients loaded with smoked chicken, jalapeños, bell peppers, mozzarella cheese, garlic and chili flakes. Crust wasn't too hard but instead on the crispy side. A bite into the pizza sinks your teeth into the wonders of flavors, a little spicy and a little cheesy! It's really a good slice of pizza to ask for! Plus it's meaty!

Nice but spicy😋 Not recommended for people who can't take spicy food

Picked their chilli crab pizza and we were impressed with its taste. With a slightly spicy sauce on a thin crust, the crab meat was well complemented with mozzarella, cut green chilli and mini Man Tou cubes for a balanced taste with varied textures.
Also enjoyed their lobster and crab meat ravioli in a red cream sauce. The handmade pasta was nicely done and crab meat taste was distinct. Of cos, we also enjoyed their open dining space and friendly services.

Best thing about this pizza is the thin crust pizza dough! Love how the pizza is not overly thick but crispy and at the same time chewy. The Carbonara pizza was topped with a generous amount of bacon and a soft runny egg in the middle. But I personally prefer their tomato base pizza over this cream base pizza as i can't really taste the flavor of the cream sauce!

Quite huge, it's thin-crusted and ingredients were rather generous.
It's like a spicy sourish chicken pizza which was quite good !

Garganelli Giardin - you get that lovely mix of capsicum, pumpkin, asparagus, mushroom...just in a mood for something vegetarian.

Taste is a little light...bringing out the natural flavour of all the vegetables. 😊

Olives, burrata cheese, chilli oil, cherry tomatoes and passata, finished with basil

Calabria-style sausage, spicy Italian sausage, fresh mozzarella, jalapeño peppers, roasted peppers and red chillies, finished with mozzarella, pesto, parmesan and rocket

If you've worked up an appetite from trawling the shops in town, stop in at PizzaExpress. The UK pizza chain serves up excellent pizzas, and its location in Scotts Square makes it ideal for a delicious rest stop. If you're not keen on filling up too soon, go for the Romana pizzas, which sport a thin and crispy crust. Take Burppler Zi Heng Tay's advice and try the Carbonara ($25), topped with loads of smoked bacon, parmesan and a soft-cooked egg, or go local with the sweet and spicy Chilli Crab ($28), which is topped with small cubes of mantou. If you don't mind something slightly breadier (but still thin and crispy), get the Calabrese ($26). This slightly spicy pizza comes with Calabria-style sausage, fresh mozzarella, jalapenos, roasted peppers and red chillies. Burppler Dex Neo loves that the peppers were roasted till soft and juicy, and that the generous spread of rocket and pesto brought all the flavours together beautifully. Pro tip: The Burpple community still isn't too impressed with the pastas, so focus on the pizzas instead.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Zi Heng Tay

Their 'hero pizza', the Calabrese showed why it deserved its own section in their menu.

A thin but yet crispy and bready base, this was one pizza that I didn't get sick of eating. Topped off with Calabria-style sausage, fresh mozzarella, jalapeños, roasted peppers and red chillies – loved all the roasted peppers which were soft and juicy and how the base had a sexy, spicy undertone. And to cut through all that heat, a generous spread of rocket and pesto kept this pizza in check. Definitely much better than their alright pastas, so opt for their pizzas instead! 😋

Linguine Granchio con Panna ($23)

Don't be fooled by the plain looking pasta @pizzaexpresssg! It's actually loaded with steamed crabmeat, onion, garlic, coriander, with the linguine coated in a spicy cream sauce finish and topped with caviar! Sweet seafood goodness definitely checked here. This dish was definitely not love at first taste and some may find the cream a bit too heavy but the flavours grow on you and I finished the last spoonful feeling satisfied!

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