Daily: 10am - 10pm
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!
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.
Had dinner at Suntec outlet. We ordered a 12" macadamia pumpkin pizza (one size only) and spanish donuts with chocolate dip. Pizza was a thin crust loaded with roasted butternut pumpkin and macadamia nuts drizzled in olive oil and cream sauce with urugula leaves on the side. Fried spanish donuts sprinkled with icing sugar and a warm chocolate dip was our dessert. It can get really crowded as the outlet is small with only 7 tables. Not sure if they accept reservations but you can try. Simple yet satisfying food and affordable for a meal for two ($25+) including drink.
Part 1 - Never thought of eating here until I had the chance to try it during a food trail. We tried Wild Truffled Mushroom, Spinach and Egg and Macadamia Roasted Pumpkin pizzas. The S&E pizza was too veggy for me and the MRP consisted of pizza crust separated from pumpkin. Not a good combination. WTM was juicy and delightful and the best out of the three. The next day, I came back with expiring vouchers that were given during the food trail. We ordered 2 'Skinny Set Meals for 2' at $38++ which includes 2 soups, truffle fries, 1 12" pizza and 2 non-alcoholic drinks per set. It came with a $5 voucher as well. The soups of the day were Cauliflower and Parsley & Portobello Mushroom. The C&P soup had a slight taste of cauliflower but what I liked was the PM soup. Very flavourful and tons of mushroom bits in it. Yummy! The fries tasted normal. More seasoning please. All their pizzas were topped with heaps of arugula leaves and of course in their signature thin crusts.
Part 2 - The crust tasted like papadum (Indian cracker) and it gets cloying after a while. Regular crust is better. We tried Squid Ink with squid ink crust (no difference from the normal crust) and Meatball Bolognese pizzas. I prefer the MB pizza as it's saucy and chewy but the melted cheese tasted dry. We were served by this waitress most of the time and she was all smiles while serving us. When it was time to pay, we wanted to use the vouchers but the waitress told us that it is only applicable for the ala carte menu as the set meal is already on promotion. I was a tad disappointed since it was not stated in the T&Cs of the voucher. So we had Strawberry Shortcake, Triple Chocolate Brownie, Spanish Donuts with Chocolate Fondue & Parmesan Pecan ice-cream as takeaways. Superb SS, normal TCB, the SD was oily but paired well with the chocolate sauce, and the PP ice-cream was savoury but not my kind of taste. Skinny Pizza is a small and cosy place and ideal for thin crust pizza lovers.