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(Closed) Skinny Pizza (Wheelock Place)

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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: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 62357823
$24 based on 50 submissions
Lunch (14 votes), Dinner (11 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (11 votes)
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Visited this outlet last Saturday. Service was good and they know the menu well. The squid ink pizza is super good. King prawn linguine is tasty and fresh too. worth a try! 

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• 18 Sep 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

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Visited this outlet last Saturday. Service was good and they know the menu well. The squid ink pizza is super good. King prawn linguine is tasty and fresh too. worth a try! 
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• 03 Sep 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Disgusting, expensive. Don't bother.

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I seldom call a food disgusting, but this is when I do. I even signed up for InSing just to write this review. Outrageosly expensive, $25 to 30+/- for what was more like chips or badly done tacos with mismatching toppings of raw vegetables that taste like grass and bland meat. "Pizza" crumbled into mere messed up crisps. Service staff rude and sarcastic when requested to cut pizza in different portion size. Waste of money, time and my stomach. Regret trying.
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The management of Skinny Pizza responded to this review:
09 Sep 2014
Hi there,

We apologize for the unpleasant experience at one of our outlets. Our management takes every feedback seriously and we wish to look into this matter to ensure that it won't happen again. Will you be able to send your contact details to chanel.lim@spa-esprit.com so that our customer care team can get in contact with you?

Thank you.
• 10 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Taste good, price too expensive

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The pizza was very skinny and very delicious even though the price in my opinion was too expensive. I also like the pasta. It taste creamy and very good!!
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