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(Closed) Skinny Pizza (Suntec City Galleria)

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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: 10am - 10pm

+65 +65 6333 9774
+65 6333 9774
$20 based on 20 submissions
Lunch (12 votes), Dinner (9 votes), After Work (7 votes)
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Squid ink!

I never thought I'd see the day I ate squid ink, but there you go. And it was a surprisingly tasteful experience.

I don't think squid ink actually has much of a taste, but the visual effect is stunning. Your pizza comes black, dressed generously with squid, prawns and arugula (which is their signature here). Ingredients are all quality; you taste it especially in the parmesan.

Further proof of the quality was found in the simple but flavourful red pepper & tomato soup. A few dashes of Tabasco and - KABOOM! - it's a veritable powder-keg of sensations.

We also spied a good deal for churros, a kind of Spanish donut, served with melted chocolate. Mmm.

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• 08 Dec 2010 • 119 reviews • 42 followers

Squid ink!

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I never thought I'd see the day I ate squid ink, but there you go. And it was a surprisingly tasteful experience.

I don't think squid ink actually has much of a taste, but the visual effect is stunning. Your pizza comes black, dressed generously with squid, prawns and arugula (which is their signature here). Ingredients are all quality; you taste it especially in the parmesan.

Further proof of the quality was found in the simple but flavourful red pepper & tomato soup. A few dashes of Tabasco and - KABOOM! - it's a veritable powder-keg of sensations.

We also spied a good deal for churros, a kind of Spanish donut, served with melted chocolate. Mmm.
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• 03 Oct 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Poor Hygiene ! (Skinny Pizza Raffles City) Warning !!

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We went to Skinny Pizza (Raffles City) for tea on 2 Oct 2010 4:30pm. We ordered a piece of cake and two cups of tea without the menu. My hubby after the piece of Hazelnut/Walnut Cake had repeated diarrhea (6 times) for the rest of the evening. Never will us step-in Skinny Pizza anymore. Moreover, the piece of cake is S$12, not cheap!

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• 07 May 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good Food, Good Service!

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Hi everyone. I dined at Skinny Pizza Suntec. They are having a 1 for 1 but only until May 12. I love the food there, healthy, fresh ingredients! It is a place for diet-watching people.

However, I find their prices high. I mean they charge so much but I think it's worth the price. Their menu is exclusive of GST and Service charge. Speaking of SERVICE CHARGE, you'll definitely love the service of the staffs there. There was this tall Filipino guy whose really know service. He doesn't belong there honestly, he deserves to be in the hotel because of the way he serves - very hospitable. Too bad I don't know his name coz they don't have name plates. The Apple Cider was really good! Nice on the palate. The one I tried was the Squid Ink Pizza, it was the nicest pizza ever created!

Don't really likethe ambience, strong smell of cooking oil because when I finished eating I also smell cooking oil. =(

Another one for service charge, service charge should be given to the staffs right? I don't think the staffs receive the service charge because there's this one lady who asked about that because she wanted to give tips I guess but when she saw the service charge she asked if the staffs get it or not. I remember she wrote that in a feedback card.

We should boycott restaurants who charge service charge but the staffs don't get it! Skinny Pizza staffs deserve the service charge not the management because the staffs are in the service.

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