50 Circular Road
Singapore 049405

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Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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For $20: THIS IS A MUST GET 💯 I love the touch of Greek honey on top it’s just works so well😍

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A little unorthodox in my reheating method, I popped Wild Child Pizzette’s Trio Formaggio ($19) into my airfryer for a couple of minutes instead of the recommended instructions and I am happy to report that the results were pretty good.

A beautiful union between taleggio, fior di latte, grana padano, and caramelised onions; the 10-inch pizza wasn’t too jelat and neither was it greasy. Those familiar with the good ol’ “traditional four-cheese” pizza, will also not be disappointed as the blend of flavours was on point - sweet from the onion toppings and savoury with a mild richness from the melted cheeses. The highlight was really the bulbous crust. Freckled with bits of char, the exquisite chewy dough was yums! And though pricey for the size, the pizza travelled pretty well and I can only imagine how much better it would be if I were to have it in the restaurant.

Serving Neopolitan style pizzas, an array of hot and cold antipasti and homemade desserts, @wildchildpizzette is a wonderful new addition to CBD.

Other pizzette flavours are Cavolo Nero ($18.50) made with Tuscan Kale and Spiniata Calabrese ($19) drizzled with Sichuan chilli honey.

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Serving Neopolitan style pizzas, an array of hot and cold antipasti and homemade desserts, @wildchildpizzette is a wonderful new addition to CBD.

A noteworthy dish will be the Crispy Fried Margherita ($21). A playful but elevated take on the traditional Margherita pizza. It is first deep-fried for a crispy crust before being topped with stracciatella, semi-dried San Marzano tomatoes, fresh basil and aged parmigiana.

Had been wanting to try Cicheti’s pizzas for quite a while — and so I found myself jumping on the opportunity to make the reservation at Wild Child Pizzette; a concept brought by the folks of Cicheti Group which had recently opened their doors at Circular Road with a primary focus on serving up 10-inch pizzas, even if it meant that we will be dining-in at their outdoor seats because those were the only types of seating available for dinner service on a Saturday evening by the time we made our reservation online.

The wait staff actually recommended us to go for their Crispy Fried Margherita pizza, as well as the Spianata Calabrese — wasn’t in the mood for fried food so we ended up going for the latter, which was a pizza that featured tomato sauce, spicy salami, fennel seeds, Sichuan honey and Fior di latte. One thing that was obvious on first sight is how they seem to have placed a lot of emphasis to deliver that perfect pizza crust here; said to have been through two stages of fermentation over a duration of more than 60 hours, the crust of the wood-fired pizza is nothing short of toasty, but also incredibly light and airy — especially fluffy and aptly chewy despite looking somewhat thick or dense at first sight. This makes the pizza very easy to have, considering how it barely felt heavy or carb-y; the crust being so good that I wouldn’t have mind just having it alone. The condiments that came with the Spianata Calabrese can be said to be an elevated pepperoni pizza — the saltish notes of the cured meat is a classic combination with the tomato sauce; the latter being all bright and tangy, but it was the Sichuan honey that really brought the pizza to another level which carried a light and alluring sweetness with just a slight tickle to the taste buds from the heat of the Sichuan peppers infused with the honey — nothing numbing though, unlike that of some would have expected from Mala dishes. I also appreciated how they have went with Fior Di Latte here — the light cheesiness of the pizza was certainly a noticeable difference against the usual mozzarella or heavier cheeses, and contributed to how the pizza was easy to eat and didn’t feel particularly sinful to have.

Whilst we did only have just one of the few pizzas they have to offer considering we swung by being not too hungry, we were pleasantly surprised by how their pizzas are just such a well-rounded experience overall — one that was a joy to have without being too sinful — it’s little wonder how Cicheti came to be known for their pizzas, which feels like a product of much passion, thought and effort behind the craft. There is no doubt we enjoyed the meal here, and that Wild Child Pizzette would be the spot we will be hitting when those cravings for great pizza hits once again.

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There’s a new kid on the block and she serves superb Neapolitan pizzas (or to be exact, pizettes).

The birth of Wild Child Pizzette has been a long time coming and they’ve decided to open in the midst of this tedious period. However, knowing her association with The Cicheti Group, I knew I could expect high quality of food and masterful curated drinks, even via delivery.

Flavours were leaning on the classics, which I loved. I ordered their “quattro” menu which consisted of:

(1) an appetising braised beef cheek marmalade bikini with taleggio and provolone cheeses sandwiched in pizza dough

(2) their version of a Caesar salad which uses endives and addictive focaccia croutons

(3) three perfect 10” pizzettes - a tangy ‘marinara’, an indulgent ‘trio formaggio’, and a hearty ‘verde’. The crusts of each were god-sent.

(4) last but not least a tart but refreshing tasting 2019 Riesling from Katla Wines.

It was one of those dinners that left me extremely jolly and satisfied and so were my companions. I can’t wait for their doors to open so I can try their pizzettes seconds from the oven. But till then, I shall order it for my persistent pizza cravings.

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