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12-inch Pizzas & Records

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The Timbre Group brings its critically acclaimed thin crust pizza and a huge collection of classic vinyls to its casual pizzeria, 12-inch Pizzas & Records at V Hotel. Savour into its sweet and savoury pizzas and tune in to old time favourites playing from the turntable.

Mon - Sun: 18:30 - 22:00

+65 62961622
$20 based on 13 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes)
HAPPY in my TUMMY

Not Bad!

3 of us had an order of cheese fries & a 12" pizza: half Black Pepper Crab, half Roasted Duck with Hoisin Sauce.

The thick fries has an extremely generous serving of cheese - made me a very happy person! :) ...and the pizza, I personally preferred the Roasted Duck to Crab. But my other two friends preferred the crab 'flavoured' pizza.

Belonging to the same family as Timbre, it's no wonder they have the signature duck pizza? Crust is thin and good, but somehow I prefer the one at Timbre's.

Ambience of the place I liked as well! I opted for outdoor seating, and it was really windy that evening. You can sit there, sip on your drink and nibble of your pizzas. Great for chilling with friends.

Might go back some day! :)

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30 Nov 2013 • 122 reviews • 7 followers

Disappointing

For pictures and full review, pls visit:

http://madamechewy.com/2013/10/21/12-inch-pizza-and-records/

Located on the 4th floor of V hotel above Lavender MRT Station, there is a pizzeria with electric interior with the feel and groove of the classic 12-inch records. This F&B establishment, opened by the Timbre Group, serves a wide range of savory and sweet dessert pizzas, appetizers, salads, main courses and pastas. You can choose to dine indoors or alfresco in the huge outdoor seating area.  Indoor seats are limited so you may wish to make a reservation to secure it.   We visited on a Saturday night, but the pizzeria very quiet as only 3 tables were occupied. After the all the food arrived, I understood why. We had 4 different flavors of pizza, but only one of them was good. Roasted Duck with Hoisin Sauce ($19): Sliced roasted duck, hoisin sauce, shiitake mushroom and mozzarella cheese on a thin crust. Topped with crispy popiah skin and drizzled with hoisin sauce. This fusion pizza was the saving grace. The duck meat was soft and tender while and sweet hoison sauce complemented the popiah skin very well.  I expected the star of the dish to be the roasted duck, but no, the hoisin sauce and crispy popiah skin stole the limelight! I wish there was more duck meat though….

Next we had a combination of 2 flavours: Goodfellas and Triple Mushroom. These pizzas cost $19 and $16 respectively for whole pizzas.

Goodfellas consists of plump shrimps, sweet garlic butter, curry leaves and mozzarella cheese spread on a thin crust. It’s topped with egg and cereals. It was quite bland and tasted empty….

Triple Mushroom fared better. Sliced shiitake mushroom with tomato pomdoro sauce and mozzarella cheese spread on a thin crust. Topped with thin strips of crispy enoki and button mushrooms. I love the harmonious flavours from the fragrant mushrooms and tomato sauce, but felt that the fried enoki mushroom toppings somewhat spoils this dish as it has a bland, powdery after taste which none of us liked.

Garlic Shrimp Pizza ($17): Plump shrimps, sliced onions with bordelaise sauce, garlic lemon butter and mozzarella cheese spread on a thin crust. Topped with chopped cilantro.

We were all looking forward to this pizza and it was such a letdown. Not only was it sorely lacking in garlic flavour, the small serving of 7 dry shrimps on was a dismay. The pizza looks like it has 14 shrimps because they are all sliced into halves. This is bland, tasteless and a waste of ingredients!          
20 Jul 2013 • 179 reviews • 1 follower

Will I return again? Love the Roast Duck Pizza, but not enough to command a return visit.

For a more detailed review and pictures, pls visit www.therantingpanda.wordpress.com

The Place Timbre is no stranger to most Singaporeans but apart from Timbre, it’s brand of pizza is also available in this fairly new establishment by the Timbre group, 12-inch Pizzas & Records. Located on level 4 of V Hotel in Lavender, there is a huge outdoor seating capacity and seems to be an ideal place for group gatherings.

The Food The menu at 12-inch Pizzas toyed with the idea of a music record design and I must say that offerings are somewhat similar to the menu in Timbre.
03 Jun 2012 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Not Bad!

3 of us had an order of cheese fries & a 12" pizza: half Black Pepper Crab, half Roasted Duck with Hoisin Sauce.

The thick fries has an extremely generous serving of cheese - made me a very happy person! :) ...and the pizza, I personally preferred the Roasted Duck to Crab. But my other two friends preferred the crab 'flavoured' pizza.

Belonging to the same family as Timbre, it's no wonder they have the signature duck pizza? Crust is thin and good, but somehow I prefer the one at Timbre's.

Ambience of the place I liked as well! I opted for outdoor seating, and it was really windy that evening. You can sit there, sip on your drink and nibble of your pizzas. Great for chilling with friends.

Might go back some day! :)

07 May 2012 • 71 reviews • 46 followers

best cheese fries in SG

Full post w pics: http://www.alexischeong.com/2012/05/food-review-12-inch-pizza-records-at-v.html

Want to know where to find the best cheese fries in Singapore?

12-inch Pizza Records at V Hotel! Located on the 4th floor of the V hotel that is just right beside Lavender MRT (take the hotel escalator), it is actually really close to my workplace. So on my birthday this year, we went there for lunch!

The place is actually set up by the Timbre Group - basing off their popular super thin crust pizzas in their pubs.

I also had the best cheese fries in my life. No I am not exaggerating. It is simply the best I've tasted and ever will, I think.

The cheese fries ($8) was piping hot, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, drenched with so much of that cheese sauce.. Wow. I can go from skinny to fat if I can eat that every day...

That was a surprise hit. Nobody expected it. We did order other stuff as well. For example, the stuffed meatballs called Great Balls of Fire ($10), which was excellent.



We also got 4 12-inch LP pizzas to share. First the garlic shrimp pizza ($17) which was the favorite of the bunch. It is made with shrimps, sliced onions with bordelaise sauce, garlic lemon butter and mozzarella cheese topped with chopped cilantro.

The sweet bordelaise sauce base and the generous sprinkling of shrimp makes this really good!



Next up, the Goodfellas ($19). Made with shrimps, sweet garlic butter and curry leaves sauce and mozzarella cheese. Topped with crispy egg and cereals. It was an interesting pizza.. I like the crispy egg bits (you get that normally with fish beehoon and fried egg).

Then we decided to be adventurous and went with an Indian-inspired pizza. The Jai Ho ($19) had lamb kebab bits, sliced zucchinis, sliced tomatoes in tomato pomodoro sauce and mozzarella cheese. It was topped with crispy thin sliced pappadum and lemon wedge. This was a tad too weird for me, the lamb taste was a bit too strong.

Last but not least, the perennial favorite and famous Roasted Duck with Hoisin Sauce ($19) pizza! It is actually made with sliced roasted duck, hoisin sauce, shiitake mushrooms and mozzarella cheese. The curly things you see on top were actually fried popiah skin and drizzles of hoisin sauce.

It was good, no doubt, but unfortunately everyone was a bit too stuffed to really appreciate the pizza to its fusion glory. I do think I would give this another try one day just by itself (and cheese fries). I would imagine some cider to go really well with it.

Go for their fries and pizzas only. Skip their mains like pastas and stuff because those were bad the second time I went. Super plus point is this place is absolutely deserted during lunch time!

15 Mar 2012 • 78 reviews • 0 follower

For the bold and adventurous

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With a moniker so obvious, 12-inch Pizzas & Records needs little introduction.

This latest brainchild of the Timbre franchise is a quaint addition to Lavender. You know the mood is all playful and casual when the eatery is adorned with eclectic mix of antique and retro furniture  in a background of colourful splashes. If the collection of vintage vinyl records at the entrance does not bat an eye lid, at least their menu will. The menu delightfully presents itself in a faux vinyl disc, with tongue-in-cheek names to match the numerous edgy pies they exclusively offer. And to all Timbre aficionados, do rejoice that you can grab your favourite duck pizza fix at this pizzeria. Wicked.

Silently perched on the 4th storey of V Hotel, the sun-dappled alfresco paired with a pretty skyline backdrop is just the place for you to pull up a chair and sink on them for hours: Ideal for a catch-up sesh with a bunch of good friends over pies and a tipple. Also, not missing out those who yearn for a more intimate affair, the cosy interior and soft classic tunes are conversation starters.

Hint hint: Sneaking up the lifts along with the residents (rather than taking the rightful but mundane Fireman lift) is seriously recommended for that extra dose of adrenaline.

WE ORDERED:



1. Cheese fries, 8++:


Hold back your hunger pangs with some cheese fries whilst you get all indecisive over the long list of pizzas. The thick orange cheddar  nestled comfortably amongst stacks of straight cut potatoes, coating each fry with just the right amount of decadence. We love the way the fries came piping hot & crispy, and we do not mind being scalded by the molten cheese. Enough said for a starter.

2. Seafood Aglio Olio, 18++:

Regrettably, there was no real love for this Seafood Aglio Olio. We suspect a serious misinterpretation of the word “seafood”, judging by the couple of lonely prawns and shells struggling to stay alive in the swirl of dry spaghetti. The deal-breaker was, however, the high price tag that did not do much justice to our wallets and taste buds. Should we have known earlier that pasta is not their forte, we could have chowed down another 12-inch in exchange.

3. The Cranbellies, 18++:

You know this is coming when the Swedish eats their meatballs with cranberry sauce.

So, do not be alarmed to find a spread a cranberry puree lurking beneath the layers of melted mozzarella instead of your regular tomato paste. The marriage between the unctuous pork belly & tangy cranberry puree was uncommonly creative and adventurous, yet the sweet-and-salty concoction actually hit the right notes. The finale was the slivers of green apples on the top, adding additional layers of gusto and texture to the thin-crusted pie. We say this is a sinful dish to be indulged first, and worry later.



4. Roasted duck with Hoisin sauce, 19++:


It must be emphasized that it would be a serious blunder to ever leave Timbre without ordering their Duck pizza. With morsels of roasted duck, a drizzle of unadulterated Hoisin sauce coupled with a scatter of fried popiah strips thrown onto a thin-crust to mingle, our resistance was almost futile. The crispy popiah skin crackled invitingly and gave way to the richly-flavoured bird hidden underneath the pow-wow flavourful Hoisin, casting a sweet-salty symphony of taste sensations within our mouths. This is so darn good we could almost hear our taste buds saying thanks.



5. Goodfellas, 19++:


Goodfellas is not for the faint-hearted. Put away your gymming routine and pick up that slice of guilty pleasure with your greasy mitts. Note how the crunchy shrimps frolic in the sweet garlic spread on one hand, and socialise with the diet-killing toppings of crispy egg cereals  on another. If anything, we thought the sweet garlic butter could be more potent. And of course, we would die for more egg cereals.

The session at 12-inch had left us sated and a few pounds heavier. When the ubiquitous traditional pizzas turn boring, switch them for some bold and adventurous pies if the out-of-the-way location does not hold you back. Besides, pizzas and classic tunes have never been so chummy before.

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