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Interesting concept

Food/Drink 3| Value 3| Ambience 4| Service 3
Total Reviews: 203

Skinny pizza is named as it is with regards to the pizza that they sell. The pizzas that they offer are of a thinner crust and base than most other regular pizzas elsewhere (hence the name) so it actually gives you an extra crunchy sensation which might appeal to you if you prefer this style of pizza. A recommendation of mine would be the squid ink pizza so do try it if you ever visit this place. This is a good place for friends to hang out and have a nice catch up after work and the casual setting of this place makes it all the more suitable. Prices are fairly reasonable so do try this place if you ever stop by.

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I was hungry and found myself at a pizza place!

Total Reviews: 4

If it's meant to be, it will be. It was not really love at first sight, bright almost glaring in the face lightings, buzzling crowds, couples but there was a corner seat and I know that's going to my space for the next hour of relish... Greeted by an attractive waitress... Her smile melted my heart. I ordered truffle mushroom pizza with extra truffle and mushrooms well might as well extra crust too. But sadly, they couldn't comply with that. Oh, the bore. Pretty sights are saving grace... The smile created an illusion that everything is okay and did I even wait for the food? The texture of the mushy truffle and mushroom is good. Doesn't quite feel like the original pizza... It's like having toppings with thins(biscuit)... Well, their signature of it is that anyway. So ordered a takeaway pizza for ruby as well. :) will be back with pizza/thins biscuits lovers. I was hungry and found myself at a hopeful place, how could skinny pizza ever disappoint... It warms tummy and the heart.

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Breaks when lifted up, not for messy eater!

Total Reviews: 22

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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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Tasty Pizzas & Pastas

Food/Drink 5| Value 4| Ambience 3| Service 5
Total Reviews: 4

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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Great for dieters craving pizza

Food/Drink 3| Value 3| Ambience 3| Service 3
Total Reviews: 652

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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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