20 Craig Road
#01-03 Craig Place
Singapore 089692

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Saturday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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This might have hurt my waistline but a meal is never complete without some sweet treats, right? 😍😍😍 Here are some of the desserts that I had at @pizza_logic_sg! ✔
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🔹️Almond & Ricotta cake ($12++): This may not be the most IG-worthy-looking cake but I truly enjoyed it! ❤ The texture of the cake was on point, with a good balance between fluffy & dense! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 You are bound to enjoy the nutty flavours in every bite as a generous amount of crushed almond bits were spread all over this crumbly slice! 😋 Topped with creamy ricotta 🧀 which lends a luscious mouthfeel.
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🔹️Italian crème brulee Catalana ($10++): Perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth! 🤤 The tangy berries compote cuts the sweetness of the burnt sugar top & milky custard. ✔ Some might find it a little too sour but I really liked it! Overall it leaned towards the sweet side for me so it’s good for sharing! 😊
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🔹️Tiramisu ($10++): A classic Italian dessert, this rendition boasts of strong coffee ☕ & liquor 🥃 that will wake you up instantly! With a nice proportion of cream & cake layers, it loses out on textures as it was too wet & soggy in my opinion, but certainly wins on taste. 👌🏻
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🔹️Panna Cotta ($10++): The pudding is so soft & wobbly that it gives the perfect jiggle! 😍 Full-blown on the taste of milk 🍼 & cream, the accompanying berry sauce with a nice tang & sweet crunchy brittle adds some excitement to the dessert. 💕

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This new pizzeria's signature is a simple pizza, but less is more, especially for authentic Neapolitan pizza — the key is in fresh quality ingredients. The woodfire baked crust achieved an immaculate ratio between airy crispiness and chewiness, and their mozzarella, basil and cherry tomatoes are top notch (evident from the D.O.C. label).
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Gotta say though, the doughy middle portion soaks up too much of the sauce and tomato juice, causing structural integrity issues — it flops and ingredients fall easily

I am usually not a fan of cream-based PASTAs as they can get really heavy & surfeiting. 🤣 However, this Fettucine with shrimp in lemon cream sauce ($22++) at @pizza_logic_sg eased my worries! ✌🏻
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The tangy lemon zest 🍋 was pretty refreshing, making the cream sauce lighter on the palate. ✔ Coating every strand of pasta, the luscious sauce rendered an extremely creamy mouthfeel. Topped with springy prawns 🦐 & caviar for that luxurious touch, this was a winner! 💯
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Fans of tomato-based pastas 🍅 can try their Paccheri with Neapolitan meat sauce ($22++), which comes with a generous amount of meatballs & spare ribs! 🍝 The paccheri in tube shape was pretty new to me - reminded me of mee hoon kueh but thinner & smoother! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 Albeit not fall-off-the-bone tender, the spare ribs were extremely flavourful & sufficiently succulent. 😋
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For meat-lovers or those on Keto, you can go for their Thin sliced Italian steak Tagliata ($32++), which features a slab of steak 🥩 topped with crisp Arugula & cherry tomatoes 🍅, drizzled with olive oil & balsamic vinegar. 👌🏻

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Award-winning pizzaiolo, Junichi Shoji, brings his popular authentic Naples-style Italian pizzas to our sunny shores. Start with their simple yet delicious Pizza Margherita D.O.C ($26) that sees buffalo mozzarella, cherry tomatoes and fresh basil on a thin-crust pizza base. Otherwise, the spicy yet tropical Pizza Leone ($22) is an excellent choice — think pineapples, jalapenos on a tomato-based pizza topped with ricotta cheese and ham.
Photo by Burppler serene goh

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Fancy some wood-fire baked pizzas? 🍕🍕🍕 @pizza_logic_sg is here to satisfy your cravings! Best-known for its Naples-style cuisine, Trattoria Pizzeria Logic, a popular authentic Italian restaurant chain in Japan, has made its debut in Singapore on 4 Oct! 🎉 Helmed by award-winning Pizzaiolo Junichi Shoji, they are committed to using fresh ingredients (e.g. Caputo flour imported from Naples Italy). 💯
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Can’t go wrong with their classic Pizza Margherita D.O.C ($26++)! Baking it in the wood-fire oven 🔥 certainly imparted an irresistible aroma to this thin-crust pizza! 🤤🤤🤤 Topped with buffalo mozzarella 🧀, cherry tomatoes 🍅 & fresh basil, this was simply & good! 📢PROMO📢 For the opening month of Oct, get this at just $9.90++! ✌🏻
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In celebration of the brand’s 2nd overseas outlet (1 in Ho Chi Minh), the chefs have created Pizza Leone ($22++), which translates to ‘Lion’ (cuz Singapore is the Lion City! 🇸🇬🇸🇬🇸🇬) Using pineapples 🍍 to represent the tropical weather & adding jalapenos for a hint of spice 🌶 as Singaporeans generally love spicy food, this tomato-based pizza topped with ricotta cheese 🧀 & ham was certainly a crowd-pleaser! 💕

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M E D I A T A S T I N G

I must admit, because of @casanostrasg private dining, I am completely spoiled when it comes to pizzas. But in terms of restaurant offerings, Pizza Logic’s are decent and comparable to Japanese Chef-run establishments like “Trattoria L‘Operetta” and “Luka Italian” that have been championing Neapolitan-style pizzas in Singapore for years.
Churning them out at the first local outlet of “Pizza Logic” (they have 18 outlets in Japan) is Chef Jun Takeguchi, a protege of Chef Junichi Shoji who was the 2012 Winner of the Napoli World Pizza Championship and the man behind all the pizza recipes for this brand. The eight years of training Chef Jun had under Chef Junichi has equipped him to be a more-than-capable one-man-band in pizza-making. Customers get a choice of either tomato or white sauce as the base before the toppings go on. Our pick of “Bismarck Rosso” ($22++) had the former as well as mozzarella, prosciutto, an egg and fresh basil. After being baked for 90 seconds in the 500-degree-celsius heat of the wood-fired oven, the crust was nice and chewy. It was also properly salted which I think is important. Overall, the pizza was satisfying to us.
A dish I highly recommend is the Beef Tongue and Tomato Ajillo ($28++). Served sizzling hot with toast on the side, the tender and tasty meat was delicious. This appetiser, along with everything else besides pizzas, fall under the responsibility of Grand Chef Atsushi Terashima. Which means he also cooks the pasta dishes, such as the Spaghetti “Pescatore” ($21++) we had. There was quite a lot of octopus, squid, small prawns, clams plus a scallop mixed in with the thick strands of pasta. His version of the tomato with fresh cream sauce incorporates an octopus-heavy seafood stock, so the result is more “seafood-y” than “tomato-y” if you know what I mean.
Grand Chef Atsushi Terashima happens to specialise in desserts and the two we tucked into, the Almond and Ricotta Cake ($12++) and the Tiramisu ($10++) were proof of his expertise. Definitely leave tummy space for a few of them is my suggestion.

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