Zazz Pizza

477 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
What We Love
  • Drizzle on some chili oil!
  • Chill alfresco setting
  • Affordable, superb pizzas for small group meetups or casual dates
  • Parma Burrata, Diavola, Bismarck

1A Short Street
#01-03
Singapore 188210

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Sunday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

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Burrata-bias aside, what I really appreciate about Zazz Pizza is their crust. Which comes as a huge surprise to the wheat-sensitive me. Their Neapolitan-style ‘za comes with the characteristic raised and puffy edges that are crisp, fluffy, and chewy, with little charred bubbles spread intermittently around. I don’t usually eat my crusts, but with Zazz’s I found myself nibbling at em till I’m like “wait did I finish it all wtf am I gonna choke and die?” That’s how good it was. The base of the pizza was thin as I like em to be, though it does get really soggy as you make your way through it. But really, the cherry on top has to be the burrata 🥲 You can add one to any pizza you order at +$14, which is the best thing ever in my books. I love their Meat Lover ($28) that comes loaded with mozzarella, ham, spicy salami, bacon, sausages, sweet bell peppers, and caramelised onions — lots of cured meats in there, fabulous balance of flavours with those sweet elements.

Fresh pizza straight out of the oven. Very strong truffle flavours permeating throughout the pizza.

Decent pizza with some leopard spotting in the crust, leans towards a bit of the dry side so probably not for you if you prefer the wetter Neapolitan-style pies. Burrata itself is not bad, though lacking a bit of creaminess to properly cut through the ham's saltiness.

We ordered the Bismark ($25, as pictured here) and the Zazz Pizza ($28) for 3 to share. Their pizzas here are wood fired which gives it a very nice burnt taste. 🍕Both pizzas were really delicious but I personally preferred the Bismark more. The portion is also big enough for sharing and they were very generous with the toppings 👍🏻

The cafe is also situated in a nice little corner just opposite the Rochor beancurd making it a very nice place to chill and catch up with friends.

A hole in the wall restaurant but this could really be the best kept secret for authentic Italian pizza! The burrata was fresh and light tasting, the parma ham was not too salty and the best part had to be the pizza crust - chewy at the edges with such a good bite but yet crispy thin in the middle. This may not be the cheapest pizza around but it has truly quality ingredients and I’ll definitely be back!!!

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I’ve yet to see someone rave about the 𝘾𝙝𝙞𝙡𝙡𝙞 𝘾𝙧𝙖𝙗 𝙋𝙞𝙯𝙯𝙖 (~$26) here so let me be the first.🤪
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Not gonna lie, I expected one of those artificially sweet “This is totally not chilli crab but let’s just pretend” kind of chilli crab sauce, but I’m so glad I was wrong. -

It did (for lack of a better description), pack a PUNCH. Spicy and tangy, it was a good call by Zazz to throw in a couple of sweet cherry tomatoes into the mix 🍅
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I’ve spoken highly about their dough before: it’s REALLY LEGIT. I ate the pizza crust. Which almost never happens 🤩

Ig @goodfomood

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