Singapore is unique because it is a melting pot of cultures and a land of mixed races. Equally remarkable is its food and dining experiences. Whether you’re into veggie pizzas or a Parma ham lover, an old-school eater, or a fan of gourmet pizza, Singapore is for everyone. The place is full of pizza surprises: instant-baked, wood-fired, and oven-baked; thick, thin or stuffed and we may always love them all.
Now, the question is where can we get them. For a thin-crust pizza topped with mozzarella cheese that has a fresh, vibrant, assembled, and unexpected feel, go to Bottura on Temasek Boulevard. Their Melone Pizza contains the classic starters of Parma ham and rock melon. The cake featured ultra-thinly sliced sweet rock melon, freshly shaved Parma ham, ripped mozzarella dusted with extra virgin olive oil.
Come to California Pizza Kitchen
Get individually hand-rolled dough pizza at California Pizza Kitchen, located on Orchard Road. Choose your flagship product, the Peking duck pizza, which is different due to its base of barbecue sauce called Hoisin. The flavor is enhanced with the help of roasted duck breast, wontons, fresh chives, honey soy glazed shiitake, cucumber, mozzarella, and chili.
Go to Da Paolo Pizza Bar
Order Da Paolo Pizza Bar style pizzas at Jalan Merah Saga and you may be served with a crust that seems crispy at first, but slowly reveals its density that holds the cake together. Their Bosco D’Inverno has the perfect ratio of crust to cheese, as you can find both mascarpone and mozzarella melted in the cake. The white pizza is served without tomato and topped with black truffle shavings and earthy mushrooms.
Eat at Etna Italian restaurant
Come to Etna Italian Restaurant on Duxton Road and you will be delighted to find a place that offers a famous house specialty. The highlight of their menu is a kind of pizza that has porcini mushrooms, crushed pistachios, cream cheese, Parma ham, and mozzarella with a crispy crust but a soggy center.
House on Dempsey Road
A must see may be House located on Dempsey Road. With a crisp cookie-like crust, it has the most unique pizza you can find. Try the ginger butter chicken pizza here. It tastes delicious when you gobble down bites of simmered chicken thigh, tomato sauce, onions, cashews, yogurt, and grated hard-boiled egg. Pizzaiola is in Jalan Riang’s dishes that are made up of ingredients like fresh arugula, roast beef, mozzarella, and parmesan flakes flavored with spicy truffle oil.
Lovers of Neapolitan wood-fired copper pizza can head to Bussorah Street to savor delicious culinary delights in an elegant industrial setting. So if you visit this place next time, get a taste of traditional Italian flavors in an Asian city.