Dish of the Month December 2019

Dish of the Month - Pizza | Chope

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They often say, "the more expensive, the better". But does that really hold true? From October to December, we compare your all-time favourite dishes at different price points, and let you decide for yourself what's value for money!

This December, we're featuring Pizzas! The saucy, cheesy, and flavourful dish has been one of the most-searched dish by Chope diners. Ready to get your hands dirty and dig in to some of the best pizzas in town?

Did You Know?

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Pizzerias represent 17% of all restaurants worldwide.

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The word “pizza” means “pie” in Italian.

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Pizza in space? A pizza was delivered to the International Space Station in 2011.

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Looking for a unique slice? The combination of durian and cheese on pizzas made waves in Shanghai and Southeast Asia!


How much would you pay?

Find out what’s the difference between these pizzas!

PizzaExpress

Multiple Locations

PRICE: $25++ (Lava Classic Pizza)

Dishing out gourmet hand-made pizzas for over 50 years all around the world, find thin and crisp pizzas ranging from $14++ to $28++ from PizzaExpress at six locations islandwide! If you're looking for vegan options and plant-based alternatives, the Verde menu provides diners with a more sustainable food options that are equally yummy too!

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The Dempsey Cookhouse and Bar

The Dempsey Cookhouse and Bar

17D Dempsey Road

PRICE: $36++ (Black Truffle and Fontina Cheese Pizza)

The star dish at this inviting restaurant in Dempsey? The Black Truffle and Fontina Cheese Pizza. With a crust that is slightly charred on the sides and chewy in the center, the pizza is a burst of umami flavours from the Fontina Cheese and the black truffle.

Dinner Menu


As recommended by Chope Foodies!

Time to dig in

Peperoni Pizzeria

Multiple Locations

A 21-inch wood-fired XXL pizza for your company — that's one of the best ways to feed a party and to celebrate! A well-loved pizza destination for many Singaporeans, it's always buzzing with conversations and laughter in the dining room.

XXL Pizza: $55

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La Nonna (Holland Village)

26/26B Lorong Mambong (Holland Village)

Recommended by Joshua Ng on Chope's Foodie Circle Facebook Group Community.

The good solid recipes and rustic fare does the talking at La Nonna and keep diners going back for more. The signature pizza is the La Nonna Pizza, made from recipe of tomatoes, mozzarella, parmesan, asparagus, egg, and black truffle — it's simple but hits the spot!

La Nonna Pizza: $23++

A La Carte Menu


Amò

33 Hongkong Street

Recommended by Victoria Woon on Chope's Foodie Circle Facebook Group Community.

Located on the gastronomic stretch of Hong Kong Street, Amò is a chic and casual spot that draws a constant lunch and dinner crowd. Serving up traditional and contemporary plates for sharing and superb pizzas, this is a spot you should not miss.

Stracciatella, Prosciutto, Rucola and Fig Vincotto Pizza: $32++

A La Carte Menu


Etna Italian Restaurant (Duxton)

49/50 Duxton Road

Dining at the intimate and cosy space at Etna is an experience in itself. Find the classic Italian appetisers, pastas, and housemade pizzas with a crispy base filled with your favourite ingredients.

Etna Pizza: $26++



iO Italian Osteria Singapore

4 Hillview Rise

A gem in the Hillview neighbourhood, iO Italian Osteria is a modern-day traditional Italian tavern with affordable Italian cuisine. The Assorted Pizzas item on its menu allows you to have a try at different pizza toppings in a single order!

Assorted Pizzas (Large): $29++

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Bella Pizza

30 Robertson Quay

Located along Robertson Quay, you can opt for a seat in the al fresco area and enjoy the views of the Singapore River. We love the indulgent Neapolitan style pizzas that have a perfectly balanced crust with the right amount of chewiness and crispiness to it!

Pizza Bella Pizza: $26++

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