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La Pizzaiola (Jalan Riang)

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This modern Italian restaurant located along Jalan Riang boasts an open kitchen and pizza oven to prepare its huge variety of classic Italian dishes. Dishes on the menu include pastas, pizzas, as well as a variety of meat lovers and vegetarians.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 17:30 - 22:30

Sun & PH: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 62825031
$23 based on 46 submissions
After Work (10 votes), Children/Family (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes)
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The prices at La Pizzaiola is really reasonable for an Italian restaurant. I usually have to fork out between $20 to $30 for a pasta at most Italian restaurants. But pastas and pizzas at La Pizzaiola are between $15 to $20! Great food at a great price. 

We ordered Parmigiana (around $12) which is eggplant baked with tomato sauce and cheese. I love Parmigiana in general, and I love the one at La Pizzaiola! Soft mushy eggplant coated with a generous layer of cheese and zesty tomato sauce. Yums. I should totally learn how to make this dish because I'm just so in love with it. 

We had Ravioli (ricotta and spinach filled Tuscan dumplings in butter and sage sauce - around $14) and Squid Ink Tagliatelle with Crab Meat (around $15). The ravioli was good but the "skin" of the dumpling was a little too thick. I would have preferred a thinner "skin" which ruptures and spills all the delicious fillings into my mouth. The spinach filling was good and the sauce was rather light for butter.   The Squid Ink Tagliatelle was good! Robust squid ink and white wine sauce, al dente tagliatelle, and a generous serving of crab meat. This dish is good. I would recommend going for this if you visit La Pizzaiola.

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• 10 Sep 2014 • 175 reviews • 5 followers

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The prices at La Pizzaiola is really reasonable for an Italian restaurant. I usually have to fork out between $20 to $30 for a pasta at most Italian restaurants. But pastas and pizzas at La Pizzaiola are between $15 to $20! Great food at a great price. 

We ordered Parmigiana (around $12) which is eggplant baked with tomato sauce and cheese. I love Parmigiana in general, and I love the one at La Pizzaiola! Soft mushy eggplant coated with a generous layer of cheese and zesty tomato sauce. Yums. I should totally learn how to make this dish because I'm just so in love with it. 

We had Ravioli (ricotta and spinach filled Tuscan dumplings in butter and sage sauce - around $14) and Squid Ink Tagliatelle with Crab Meat (around $15). The ravioli was good but the "skin" of the dumpling was a little too thick. I would have preferred a thinner "skin" which ruptures and spills all the delicious fillings into my mouth. The spinach filling was good and the sauce was rather light for butter.   The Squid Ink Tagliatelle was good! Robust squid ink and white wine sauce, al dente tagliatelle, and a generous serving of crab meat. This dish is good. I would recommend going for this if you visit La Pizzaiola.

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• 02 Jul 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

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It's a great restaurant. There are all kinds of pizza here. You would like to come here, you will be happy about it! a10
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• 26 Apr 2014 • 140 reviews • 0 follower

Great pizza at reasonable price!

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So, it is a pizza day! I heard that their pasta and others tasted normal and so didn’t get them. I’m sure you will be satisfied if you stick to their pizza. These pizzas are 11 inch and are all under $20 (considering that $19.90 is < $20). Such good pizzas can easily cost more than $20 if you were to try to get them in town area, such as Da Mario Pizzeria. This is really a good pizza place for ppl living in the eastern side. Spent about $28 for this meal per person. They also have two other pizzas not in the menu, which is the four cheese pizza and beef pizza. Knowing that they make four cheese pizza, it makes this place feels even more authentic and I almost wanted to get it but thought I should have a lighter meal today. It should be a pretty good pizza as the combination of four cheeses makes the pizza exceptionally fragrant. Had it before and I loved it.

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