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Skinny Pizza (Raffles City)

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Get a crack out of Skinny Pizza's thin crusts that come topped with the freshest ingredients - it's an international twist that’s causing a worldwide sensation! Inspired by the ‘Naan’ bread and 'Paper Prata', this is an epic pizza extravaganza of the skinniest proportions. One crack is never enough!

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 63335069
$27 based on 58 submissions
Dinner (18 votes), Lunch (14 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (12 votes)
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Breaks when lifted up, not for messy eater!

For more reviews, visit: http://huipingtay.blogspot.sg/2015/01/skinny-pizza-plaza-singapura.html

Skinny Pizza is a popular restaurant that serves 17 unique flavors of thin crust pizza. The restaurant is cosy and always filled with the chatters of the crowd. The Meat Napolitana ($24) features jumbo meatballs soaked in Neapolitan-style tomato sauce. Fragrance with onions, herbs, spice and topped with rocket, basil and shaved Parmesan. The combination is genius, definitely worth a try for the meat-lovers. However, the pizza is so thin that it falls apart when lifted up. Definitely not for a messy eater.

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• 28 May 2015 • 21 reviews • 0 follower

Breaks when lifted up, not for messy eater!

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For more reviews, visit: http://huipingtay.blogspot.sg/2015/01/skinny-pizza-plaza-singapura.html

Skinny Pizza is a popular restaurant that serves 17 unique flavors of thin crust pizza. The restaurant is cosy and always filled with the chatters of the crowd. The Meat Napolitana ($24) features jumbo meatballs soaked in Neapolitan-style tomato sauce. Fragrance with onions, herbs, spice and topped with rocket, basil and shaved Parmesan. The combination is genius, definitely worth a try for the meat-lovers. However, the pizza is so thin that it falls apart when lifted up. Definitely not for a messy eater.
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  • Meat Napolitana at Skinny Pizza (Raffles Place)
• 18 Sep 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

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Visited Skinny Pizza last week and i was rewarded with great service and food. must trys include Squid Ink pizza & King Prawn Linguine. Love the truffle fries too.
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• 19 Mar 2014 • 578 reviews • 20 followers

Great for dieters craving pizza

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For the full review, please head to http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/02/skinny-pizza-raffles-city.html

Skinny Pizza doesn't do authentic Italian pizzas. Instead, their low-fat, low-carb, high-fibre pizzas are a localised interpretation of the classics, and a good compromise for those carb-averse craving for a pizza-fix.

We had:

1) Squid Ink Pizza ($29): The distinctive taste of squid ink was kept to a minimum, sparkling fresh prawns and squid were baked to perfection, soft with the slightest bit of chew. 

2) Black Pepper Prawn Linguine ($32): pasta was slightly overdone but the peppery sauce was spritely. This was textured by diced sauteed prawns, finished with a humongous butterflied prawn grilled to a fragrant, smoky char. Fresh tomato dice kept this from being too heavy

3) Mushroom Risotto ($20): very hearty but not cloying, choc-ful of assorted wild mushrooms, and topped with Parmesan shavings.
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