78 Airport Boulevard
#04-222 Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore 819666

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

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11:30am - 10:00pm

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Rice juice felt just right in thickness, and the portion of longans was generous enough.
My main gripe was there was far too much ice, and the jar could not satiate my thirst.
Price: 10.90++
Grade: B

Cost: 20.40++ for 5 wings
Wings were large and juicy, and the sauce felt spicy enough to provide a tinge of a kick.
By the end of the course, I felt really satisfied.

Grade: A

I consider myself a food relativist, so I'm fine with eating fusion food, as long as it tastes good, and this pizza really impressed me.

For ~$27.40++, this pizza checked all boxes, providing a rich creamy taste which tasted amazing.

Pizza also went well with chilli flakes, which were served in a saucer as opposed to a bottle.

The green tea crust tasted remarkable chewy which topped off a delicious meal.

Had half a pizza and felt really full from it. Definitely recommend sharing the dish.

Grade: A

A real deep pizza. Cheesy. Hearty.

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We ordered this pizza as it was supposed to have been made with Pizzamaru's signature black sesame dough and we found the idea of that pretty novel. However, while the pizza base was pretty floury, there wasn't much of a black sesame taste. Nonetheless, we were surprised to find that the outer rim of the pizza contained a decadent quantity of cheese mousse (tasted like cheese + custard) inside it and this was certainly one of a kind! The pizza certainly lives up to it's name as the dough itself felt like a healthier alternative to western pizzas and there wasn't an oily texture to it.

For the ingredients, it was mostly chicken chunks with a lot of mozzarella cheese and BBQ sauce. The sauce isnt really spicy however so spice-haters don't have to worry too much about it. The pizza was around $30++ and because the dough is really thick, it is way more than enough to feed 2 pax and it may even be able to feed up to 3 pax unless everyone is a big eater!

Since this was a combination that we have not really seen at many Korean restaurants previously, we decided to give it a go! The fried chicken was great as it came with a really crisp exterior that was coated with honey, giving it a really sweet touch. The insides of the meat are pretty generous and tender; furthermore, there were not many bones, so it should be a relatively fuss-free dining experience for most of us. We also liked that the chicken was served piping hot although this means you should be careful before you tuck in. Pretty decent price of $19++, which is somewhat cheaper than the fried chicken served at other Korean restaurants.

We visited Pizzamaru on a Saturday evening and thankfully, we reached the restaurant early at 5.45 pm! The queue was really long after that so you may want to visit the shop early as well!