Roberta’s (Marina Bay Sands)

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Roberta’s is known for its wood-fired Neapolitan-style pizzas. From the very beginning, Roberta's is built on three key principles — good quality ingredients, good value and having a good time. With a mission to democratise pizza, prices are kept affordable so in Singapore, pizzas range from $20 to $29 for 12-inch pies.

2 Bayfront Avenue
#B1-45 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018972

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 06:00am

11:00am - 06:00am

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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🇺🇸 Brooklyn pizzeria in Singapore 🇸🇬 @robertaspizzasg is located inside @marinabaysands serving surprisingly affordable pizzas considering the location!✨ I love how warm and funky the place is😍 (like a hideout from winter ❄️)

Their pizzas and cultured range of beers 🍺 are worth getting as well💕( got the city of gold from @sunbirdbrewing - light and tropical fruity💕)

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The Cultured butter with house bread is a 💯 must get! Look at that huge perfection of a sphere 🏀 opening up to an emptiness of heated air 😂 with crisp chewy skin made from pizza dough ✨ with the ☁️ soft light and creamy butter it’s just the best starter to have 😍👍💕)

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An upscale pepperoni pizza if anything, the New York Famous Original from @robertaspizzasg is a people pleaser that gifts you with a most gratifying cheese pull while freshly hot out of the oven, with a triple threat of mozzarella, parmigiana and caciocavallo delivering on that casein hit that got you going back for more. In place of pepperoni is Calabrese salami, a tastier, meatier alternative which paired well with the chilli and oregano on the thin, slightly crisp and chewy pie. Yum.
Taste: 3.5/5

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Counting celebrities such as Beyonce, Jay-Z, Bill and Hilary Clinton amongst its fans, 15 year old famed Brooklyn pizzeria Roberta's newly opened Singapore outpost at Marina Bay Sands has been drawing in the crowds since the get-go. I was fortunate to snag a table just before a snaking queue formed outside.
All their outlets use the same menu, recipes and techniques, and the local staff have had training in the US branches, so you're probably guaranteed as close an experience to the original as possible. Their Neapolitan-style 12-inch pizzas are flash-cooked in a hybrid wood and gas-fired Pavesi oven for 90 seconds at a scorching 426° Celcius. The result? It's dough - made from the O.G. 15-year old natural starter - transforms into a thing of beauty, light, pleasingly chewy yet pliable, and blistered(not burnt) with innumerable, tiny leopard spots. It's the perfect medium for transporting those delicious toppings into your mouthhole,
By sheer dint of its name alone, I was compelled to order the Spring Of Doom, one of the more unique pizzas on the menu. It's a white pizza with a fulsome amount of garlic oil, chilli and lemon. The sharp crunch of vegetal broccolini and meaty saltiness of the soft sausage chunks complemented each other beautifully, the flavours blending with the aforementioned mentioned aromatics and the duo of mildly fruity taleggio and sharp parmigiana cheeses.
Taste: 3.5/5

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Lovely friendly all american Pizza place. Chef prepares pizza right in front of you in a wood fired oven and with sourdough bread options.

The pizzas do have a slightly burnt taste, but I don't mind it considering how fresh they feel. Chef and staff were extremely friendly. Drinks were not too expensive.

Considering we were at Marina Bay Sands, prices are also fair at around $100 for 2. It's a shame they do not honor Sands rewards, which cost them a star.

I highly recommend "lamb of God" Pizza


Had always been walking by Roberta’s Pizza at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands but the dining partner had never been too much into pizzas so there was never much of a chance of giving it a go. Was supposedly heading to another restaurant within the same compounds but was hoping for a more affordable option and we finally did find ourselves going for it. Hailing from Brooklyn, United States, Roberta’s Pizza had recently opened their first outpost in Singapore at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands — located in between Mott32 and db Bistro & Oyster Bar, the spunky pizza parlour does bring some of those Aussie / US vibes with its playful interior and a centralised food preparation area; patrons have a choice to sit at the pizza counter facing the pizza oven, or be seated at dining tables scattered around the area. The menu at Roberta’s Pizza here is said to be smaller than the one at Brooklyn — that being said, they do offer quite a good variety of pizzas served in an entire pie; other items on the menu includes various dips with their house bread, as well as salads. For beverages, patrons get a choice between beer, as well as non-alcoholic beverages such as soft drinks, lemonade and house earl grey iced tea — just to name a few.

The highlight at Roberta’s Pizza would be the pizzas without a doubt, but if there is something that is a must try that isn’t part of the pizza menu, then that would be their dips with their House Bread. A little pity I didn’t get to try the Straciatella with House Bread since the dining partner isn’t too fond of cheeses, so we made do with the Cultured Butter with House Bread instead. The bread arrives the table freshly baked out of the pizza oven piping hot; beautifully blistered and drizzled with olive oil and comes accompanied with the cultured butter on the side — to best enjoy this, one can peel open the house bread and spread it with the cultured butter in between. What really impressed us with the house bread is how chewy it is — yes, the bread may come with quite a bit of bite considering how it does come with a certain level of density, but it’s really fluffy inside yet crusty on the outside and the slight fragrance of olive oil really helped to provide some flavour. Butter junkies will definitely be satisfied with the cultured butter here; they aren’t too stingy with the portion of cultured butter that they dish out and it’s just savoury and umami — goes so well with the bread that makes the entire dish simple ambrosial. Despite being pretty filled up by the pizza we have ordered, we were actually surprised by how we actually got pretty close to finishing the Cultured Butter with House Bread even though we are probably stuffing ourselves silly while at it.

Hadn’t been to the OG Roberta’s Pizza in Brooklyn before so we wouldn’t really be able to say if the standards here at Marina Bay Sands are close to the original. That being said, Roberta’s Pizza is a great spot to visit for some quality New York-style pizzas (and also not forgetting their sick House Bread!) — the crust isn’t too thick, and the dough is actually really delicious here; somewhere that I would actually considering revisiting to scratch the cravings for a good pizza. Prices here are also not too crazy — the priciest pizzas are at $29++ for an entire pie; sized good enough for two average eaters to have; probably a spot that is even considered to be pretty worth the money as compared to the other celebrity chef restaurants located in the same complex. Somewhere that I probably will find myself returning back to try the other more inventive flavours another time!