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Saizeriya Italian Restaurant (City Square) (萨莉亚)

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Saizeriya Italian Restaurant is a Japanese owned Italian-styled restaurant offering customer a blend of European and Asian cuisine that make it more delicious and satisfying.

Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 21:30

+65 68344877
$13 based on 48 submissions
Children/Family (13 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (12 votes), Dinner (11 votes)
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Best value for money Italian restaurant

Food/Drink: the Chicken doria is love at first taste! It's soooo good that I went back there even after a meal just to have a taste of it. I also had the potato omelette, whilst not as impressive as the legendary chicken doria, it's still really good! Highly recommended for both of these. However, the hawaiian pizza and garlic foccacia is just so-so.  Value: At 4.90 for the chicken doria I think it's a steal. Better go get it now before they inevitably increase the price. Ambience: Quite clean place. I LOVE the seats as it is all 4-6 sitters and even when I went alone I had ample space to put my belongings. Service: I am quite surprised to see people complaning about their service here! Although it's nothing worth mentioning, they did their job and I have nothing to complain about at all. 

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• 21 Feb 2015 • 20 reviews • 0 follower

saizeriya malay female staff rude and ignorant attitude

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I went to city square lately with my family on new year...i m the type who enjoy exploring all kinds of new exciting food and never stingy to food,..so when i went to citysquare, the malay or indonesia female staff was kinda unfriendly...i ask her do they have a set dinner and she say
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• 21 Feb 2015 • 20 reviews • 0 follower

saizeriya malay female staff rude and ignorant attitude

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I went to city square lately with my family on new year...i m the type who enjoy exploring all kinds of new exciting food and never stingy to food,..so when i went to citysquare, the malay or indonesia female staff was kinda unfriendly...i ask her do they have a set dinner and she say
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• 09 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Best value for money Italian restaurant

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Food/Drink: the Chicken doria is love at first taste! It's soooo good that I went back there even after a meal just to have a taste of it. I also had the potato omelette, whilst not as impressive as the legendary chicken doria, it's still really good! Highly recommended for both of these. However, the hawaiian pizza and garlic foccacia is just so-so.  Value: At 4.90 for the chicken doria I think it's a steal. Better go get it now before they inevitably increase the price. Ambience: Quite clean place. I LOVE the seats as it is all 4-6 sitters and even when I went alone I had ample space to put my belongings. Service: I am quite surprised to see people complaning about their service here! Although it's nothing worth mentioning, they did their job and I have nothing to complain about at all. 
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