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Vivo American Pizza & Panini

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Located at Central, Vivo American Pizza & Panini serves Western cuisine,

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 62253935
$14 based on 10 submissions
Dinner (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (3 votes)
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Nice place for lunch

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I ordered the Black Pepper Chicken Baked Rice which came with a bowl of mushroom soup and cost me $6.90. If I choose to pay $1.50 more, I could have a drink to go with my lunch set, but I declined as I was craving for a cup of bubble tea.   The mushroom soup was pretty normal, and nothing much to scream about. I like the large bits of mushroom though. Much better than the non-existent mushroom slices in some mushroom soup.

The Black Pepper Chicken Baked Rice was good. The thick layer of cheese on top melted evenly on a bed of soft fluffy butter rice and the chunks of chicken were tender and well-marinated with the black pepper sauce. 

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  • Chocolate lava cake2 votes
  • Fruit Juice1 vote
  • black pepper chicken baked rice1 vote
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• 05 Feb 2013 • 179 reviews • 5 followers

Nice place for lunch

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For the full post and pictures visit toseetofeeltoeat


I ordered the Black Pepper Chicken Baked Rice which came with a bowl of mushroom soup and cost me $6.90. If I choose to pay $1.50 more, I could have a drink to go with my lunch set, but I declined as I was craving for a cup of bubble tea.   The mushroom soup was pretty normal, and nothing much to scream about. I like the large bits of mushroom though. Much better than the non-existent mushroom slices in some mushroom soup.

The Black Pepper Chicken Baked Rice was good. The thick layer of cheese on top melted evenly on a bed of soft fluffy butter rice and the chunks of chicken were tender and well-marinated with the black pepper sauce. 
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• 08 Oct 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

Vivo Pizza

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The food is reasonably priced.

Main courses like $8.90 onwards.

Dessert "chocolate lava cake" at $4.50 topped with ice cream.

Just fantastic, cos the lava oozes out with a slight crispy outside.

Thin crust pizza under meatlovers is good and not pricey.

Fruit juices very quenching...what more can uou ask for?

*Don't be taken aback though, water is served at $0.20.

The location is in a hidden corner so I dont see issues with noise except perhaps from other guests themselves which cant be help can it?

People want cheap, want good atmosphere, want SERVICE!!

when u eat at the foodcourt/hawker centre, it's noisy too.

If you want service, hire a personal chef/waiter to your home so u can receive round the clock attention.

You want atmosphere, proceed to cuisine dining, or Mt Faber not Vivo Pizza.

People should learn to relax, chill & enjoy the food with less grouses.

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• 18 Sep 2011 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

poor service

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ormally the foreign waitresses provide better service but not the case here. The local waitresses gave sincere service but the filipino waitress that mostly served our table were overall rude to a certain extent. In one instance, while taking my order mid-way, left me in bewilderment, to serve customers walking in! ??

food was mediocre. Given the shoddy service, yes, skip this place!

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