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(Closed) Sarpino's Pizzeria (Woodlands)

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Address: Food Xchange @ Admiralty, 8A Admiralty Street, 757437

We offer the highest-quality traditional and gourmet pizzas, a wide variety of authentic pastas, succulent chicken wings, a variety of salads, cheese bread, garlic bread, desserts, and beverages. Sarpino's pizzas are made from authentic ingredients, cheese made from 100% real mozzarella and edam, fresh packed sauces using only vine-ripened tomatoes and a proprietary mix of savoury Italian spices, and a choice of high-quality meats (no artificial fillers) and a variety of garden fresh vegetable toppings. Dough is hand kneaded each day in Italian tradition in every location.

Mon - Sun: 10:30 - 23:00

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