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It is crazy to think how a flat circular dough base with assorted toppings can make the world go round. Yes, we’re talking about pizza—one of the best fast foods we crave for both lazy stay-in days or wholesome gatherings with friends and family. 

Whether you prefer thin or thick crusts, pepperoni or cheese toppings, we (and our taste buds) simply love these timeless delights in whichever form it comes in. Luckily for you, we’ve rounded up some of the best pizza places in Singapore to hunt for these delicious slices. 


1. Cicheti

Occupying a two-storey shophouse unit along Kandahar St is Cicheti (pronounced chee-keh-tee), a rustic joint that offers a distinctly modern take on Italian cuisine. It is one of Singapore's first few pizzerias equipped with its own wood-fired oven. That means you’ll find 15 varieties of authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas with their trademark crispy crusts with the perfect ratio of smokiness and char.

For starters, opt for a hearty go-to by the regulars—the Bismark (S$29.50). This comes topped with prosciutto cotto (cooked ham), button mushrooms, parmesan cheese and a runny egg. 

If that already sounds like a party of flavours in the mouth, that is not accounting for the satisfying doughy texture of the pizza combined with its solid crust. Unsurprisingly, they’ve won over the tummies of many. Prefer to have a hint of spice? Get the Sopressata (S$25.50) that comes with a base topping of salami, chilli, spicy honey and garlic instead. 




52 Kandahar St, Singapore 198901

Opening hours:

Monday to Saturday—12:00pm-2:30pm, 6:00pm-10:30pm
Sunday—12:00pm-2:30pm, 6:00pm-10:00pm


2. Blue Label Pizza & Wine

If you’re hankering for a modern take on the neighbourhood pizzeria, another great option to get your pizza fix is Blue Label Pizza & Wine. The two pizzerias at Ann Siang Rd and Mandarin Gallery are highly raved about simply because they get it right when it comes to robust flavours. 

If you’re craving a relatively healthier choice—opt for the Green Machine Pizza (S$34) that comes with béchamel (creamy sauce), kale, asparagus, and pistachios. Or the aptly named Umami Bomb (S$33) pizza that is topped with shiitakes, spinach, lemon, anchovy, goat cheese and cornmeal crust.

For meat lovers, get the J-dog (S$42)—a meat-filled pizza with pork sausage, bacon, pepperoni and jalapeño with red sauce.

Food aside, Blue Label Pizza also places much care in the atmosphere and ambience for diners. In fact, their ‘70s and ‘80s rock tunes have become a hallmark of the Blue Label experience to the point that they’ve created a dedicated Spotify playlist for people to enjoy anywhere.


Blue Label Pizza & Wine


  • 28 Ann Siang Rd, #B1-01, Singapore 069708

  • 333A Orchard Rd, #03-02 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897

Opening hours:

  • Ann Siang Rd: Daily from 12:00pm to 11:00pm, last order at 10:00pm

  • Mandarin Gallery: Daily from 12:00pm to 11:00pm, last order at 10:00pm



3. Plank Sourdough Pizza

With a tagline like ‘Darn good sourdough pizza’, this pizza place certainly lives up to its name.

Plank Sourdough Pizza prides itself on serving hand-stretched sourdough pizza bases, so you’ll find no preservatives and frozen ingredients within the dough. 

Interestingly, the pizzas here are named numerologically—with 4 (S$26) being one of the worthy of sinking your teeth into due to unique toppings like pulled BBQ chicken, as well as cranberry compote and camembert along with fresh rocket. 

The secret to their delicious, smoky crust is the brick kiln (unlike traditional ovens), which bakes the dough at over 1300°C. They’re then passed through expert hands who rotate the pizza while they’re still licked by heat. The result is hot deliciousness on a plate. With a total of seven outlets scattered around the city, you'll easily find one that is near you. There is one for the easties too—just a short distance away from Bedok MRT.


Plank Sourdough Pizza 

Address & opening hours:

Plank Sourdough Pizza currently has a total of seven outlets in Singapore—find out more about their individual locations.


4. Amò

Tucked along Hong Kong St is Amò, another great place that is known to serve one of the best pizzas in Singapore. Amò, in fact, is named after amore, the Italian word for love— and it is not hard to see why with the effort that goes into their dishes.

This casual-chic restaurant boasts of an alfresco courtyard for outdoor dining, and what makes it stand out even further are pizza options that come with a light and easy-to-digest crust. You’ll even get to witness (or drool) as chefs prepare delicious wood-fired pizzas before your eyes. 


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Pizzas which are a product love and craftsmanship, Amò is a chic Italian pizza place in Singapore that serves a slice of Italian tradition with a modern twist. Image credit: Amò

One of their solid bestsellers is the Truffle Pizza (S$35), topped with mushrooms, truffle, mascarpone (cream cheese) and Tuscan pecorino (milk cheese). For a taste of their unique signatures, get the Pumpkin Pizza (S$30) that is loaded with pancetta, spicy broccolini, pumpkin and smoked mozzarella. 

Always wanted to make your very own pizza at home? Amò even offers ready pizza kits (S$21.40-29.95) that will get you started with the right ingredients and step-by-step instructions. Prep your dough and ingredients, leverage your readily available kitchen appliances like an oven or a grill, get a glass of red wine ready, and voila! Dinner is served!



33 Hongkong Street, Singapore 059672

Opening hours:

Monday to Sunday—12:00pm-2:30pm, 6:00pm-11:00pm

5. Prego

Light, airy and crispy—these are some words that have been used to describe the handcrafted pizzas you can find at Fairmont Singapore’s long-standing Italian restaurant, Prego.  

Piping hot pizzas from brick wall ovens are just one of the many highlights here. This 133-seater restaurant also offers a comprehensive pizza menu that comprises anything from locally-inspired Alaskan king crab with chilli sauce, to premium grilled meats. 

An all-time favourite is the signature Prego (S$40) that is topped with a winning combination of sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms, ham, mozzarella and cream. It is a classic that you cannot miss, and one that will leave you going back for seconds. 

Located at Fairmont Singapore, this sprawling Italian restaurant offers dining amidst an elegant setting—so why not gather your pizza-loving friends for a memorable night out? 




80 Bras Basah Rd, Level 1, Fairmont Singapore, Singapore 189560

Opening hours:

Monday to Sunday—6:30am-10:30am, 12:00pm-10:30pm


6. Pizzamaru

Pizzamaru is the world’s largest Korean pizza chain with more than 650 stores across Korea, the United States, China and Hong Kong. While it may not be the most authentic Italian pizza place or serve the iconic New York pizzas, the food served at Pizzamaru is surely one of the most interesting options out there. 

In Singapore alone, there are already three outlets in total, with one located right at Jewel Changi Airport. So if you are not sure where to eat in Jewel and are in for a fast food galore feast in Jewel Changi Airport, head down to Pizzamaru and forget the longstanding pineapple on pizza debate. If you’ve got a sweet tooth (or simply want to try something out of the ordinary), opt for their 9-inch Mango Ocean pizza (S$26.40). This comes along with a host of seafood like shrimps, scallops and squid. Instead of regular tomato or cream, you’ll find spicy buldak sauce (spicy Korean sauce) drizzled on top of your pizza instead. 

Lest we forget, Pizzamaru’s dough is packed with nutrients thanks to ingredients like green tea and chlorella, along with 12 healthy grains such as oats and rye. Perhaps that would help lessen the guilt of indulging in all that carbs and cheese. 

Another wild card is the Real Chicago Pizza (S$33.40), which is made with black rice dough with rich toppings such as beef pepperoni, Maru tomato sauce, and three different types of cheese.



Address & opening hours:

Pizzamaru operates in several locations—including Jewel, Bugis+ and Plaza Singapura. For more information, check their locations and opening hours page.


7. Etna Italian

For a truly authentic Italian experience, you've got to consider Etna Italian. Founded in 2006, Etna has since evolved from a humble trattoria (catering business) to a ristorante (restaurant) over the years. What you'll find here (besides scrumptious food of great quality, of course), is an upscale ambience and personalised hospitality. 

Besides pizza alone, opt for a full course meal for an occasional treat. Etna is a great place to go for special events with friends and family. Begin with appetisers like the Tartare di Tonno (S$22), a raw yellowfin tuna served with avocado cream, shallots and tomatoes. 

Move on to a warm soup like the Zuppa di Pesce Alla Trapanese (S$28), a Sicilian mixed seafood tomato stew, before chomping on a solid main like the Umbricella pizza (S$30) that is topped with mozzarella and stracciatella cheese, Italian black truffle paste and cooked ham. And if your tummy still allows it, go for a Delizia Al Cioccolato (S$16)—a chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream to round off the entire meal.


Etna Italian

Address & opening hours:

Location-wise, they've got two outlets at the moment—one located at Duxton, and another at Upper East Coast Road. Check out where they’re located


8. Chooby Pizza

If you have not heard, Chooby Pizza’s a cafe by day and a bustling Italian pizzeria at night. Its specialty? Neapolitan-style pizza with a light and thin crust featuring an overload of tomato and mozzarella cheese. 

Quality is their focus, so expect to find a slim menu of only six pizzas. The Truffled Mushroom (S$18.50) is a fan-favourite not just for its distinct aroma, but its inclusion of bechamel (white sauce) and quality Parmigiano Reggiano. It is made even better with the combination of its chewy sourdough crust and raw red onions.

The Pulled Pork (S$18) pizza is another must-try due to its Hawaiian flavours with an Asian twist, all thanks to the addition of kimchi. It is smoky, it is savoury; it is what you need in a bite of memorable pizza.

As they only operate from Wednesday to Friday, making your reservations in advance is recommended.


Chooby Pizza


127 Owen Rd, Singapore 218931

Opening hours:

Wednesday to Friday—6:00pm-10:00pm, last order at 8.30pm


9. Lucali BYGB

First things first: American-style pizzeria Lucali BYGB does not necessarily offer pizzas that are the most affordable. For a whopping S$55, you’ll get an 18-inch pizza akin to Brooklyn’s famed pizzeria, Lucali. In fact, the place was created in collaboration between Mark Iacono of Lucali (as seen on Netflix’s Ugly Delicious) and Gibran Baydoun of BYGB Hospitality. 

While other joints may offer a variety of pizzas, Lucali BYGB only offers one—the original 18-inch that feeds up to 3 or 4 people. You can choose to have this crisp pizza on its own, or add toppings such as pepperoni, onions, mushrooms or peppers at S$5 each. 

If you’re a fan of slightly burnt crusts, this place is for you. Of course, you’ll also find other food options there, like their Spicy Rigatoni (S$35) that is infused with vodka.


Lucali BYGB


66 Kampong Bugis, Level M, Singapore 338987

Opening hours:

Wednesday to Thursday—5:00pm-11:00pm, Friday to Sunday—12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm


It is hard to escape the thought of pizza when it comes to fuss-free but delicious dinners. What is not to love about them? With such a wide host of toppings and flavours to pick from, we’re simply spoilt for choice. 

Finding a fix for doughy cravings is not all that hard to find these days, and you do not always have to settle with just regular ol’ pizza deliveries when the appetite hits. Go forth and get your pizza parties going!


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