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(Closed) Spizza (Airport T3)

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This pizza restaurant chain prides itself on serving wood-fired gourmet pizzas made with the finest ingredients. Over 23 varieties are on the menu, as well as other Italian staples. Every restaurant is cosily decorated, so that you can feel right at home.

Daily: 06.00am - 01.00am

+65 62414992
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I went there today and was surprised that they had buffet lunch on Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday lunch. I had a buffet lunch and the selection presented was a mixture of Thai, Malaysian, Vietnamese and Filipino cuisines. You could still order from the menu. I like what I had, full of flavours and affordable. I requested for chicken corn soup and it was freshly made, good for wintery weather that we're having today. My son loves the fried squids and honey prawns. The service is efficient, the plates are removed frequently and trays of food replenished. There are many tables for groups. There is also a small stage for visiting artists, unfortunately, there's no one playing today. Definitely returning next time and letting family and friends know about it.

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