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The Naughty Chef (The Bedok Marketplace)

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Closed between 230 to 530pm daily.

348 Bedok Road
#02-14 The Bedok Marketplace
Singapore 469560

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12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm


12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

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The Naughty Chef serves up Italian indulgences in Bedok Marketplace, bringing a nice variety to the cuisines on offer there. Freshly baked pizzas and homemade pastas are all yours to savor, and they’re quite affordable as well.

Their daily special on the day I visited was this 10 inch beef cheek with Gorgonzola cheese & portobello mushroom pizza at $19 nett, and boy did I net myself a superb deal.

The massive chunks of beef cheeks were stupendously savory and insanely tender. So tender, in fact, that all you need to tear up those thick cheeks are your teeth. The Gorgonzola cheese was a little too mild, but did it’s part by adding a salty, thoroughly enjoyable cheesy element to the pizza. The earthiness and chewiness of the portobello mushrooms rounded off the pizza’s flavor & texture profile very nicely.

Of course, the pizza wouldn’t have been as half as great as it is without that handsome, homemade pizza dough. It has just the right thickness, airiness and chewiness to endear it exceedingly to me. The dough really made The Naughty Chef’s beef cheek with Gorgonzola & portobello pizza a truly well rounded pie.

Priced at just $19, I would not hesitate to clap these dummy thicc cheeks repeatedly.


Their Penne Mushroom Cream could have been better had they cooked their penne a little longer. It was served rather stiff and can get jelat after a while with all that cream going on 😶. ⁣

Came here for their set lunch which came with a choice of soup/salad and pasta. Naturally, soup was my go to and I’m happy I made the right decision. The mushroom soup had a strong buttery taste which vaguely reminds me of popcorn after some mouths but it was so creamy and rich in flavour I licked the bowl dry within seconds.

I got the 2 piece Grilled Prawn Aglio Olio which was really impressive. The prawns were huge and fresh, cooked to a nice char without being overly dry. The pasta wise, it was al dente and the fragrance was further amplified by the infusion of coriander. Coriander haters, you might wanna steer off their aglio olio hahaha

I ordered a 10” porchetta calzone for $13. The Calzone contains generous amount of pork belly, melting mozzarella cheese coupled with cherry tomatoes to make the dish more refreshing.

The Calzone crust was baked evenly throughout with a little char on top. The pork belly is really tender and nicely seasoned and the cherry tomatoes complement the meat well. I only wished that the pork belly skin would be crispier.

Reasonably priced and delicious!
P.S.: I saw baileys tiramisu and risotto as well, might return to try them.

Verdict: 4/5

What better way to pair your crab meat aglio olio but with a squeeze of lemon juice and some heat from the chillies and pepper?

The Naughty Chef creates simple basics and allows you to customise by adding different ingredients in (of course with a top up in cost as well). But to keep it simple, I decided to have it as is and it sure was simple yet refreshing.

Chunks of crab meat was shredded and added into their al dente aglio olio before adding that squeeze of lemon to give you that citrus bite amidst the oil-based pasta.