It's pretty laidback on weekdays. Place is spacious. Usually seated at its alfresco area.
The pizza crust is chewy and foldable. So far only tried the Isabella (Tomato, Mozzarella, Parma Ham, Rucola Salad) as my friend loves parma ham. Chicken wings were good in an ordinary way. Crisp on its skin, moist and juicy on its inside. Well marinated too.
Wash it all down with prosecco, which we'd always order especially during their 1-for-1 promo. Otherwise, a bottle of prosecco is also reasonably priced at $50++.
At the point of visit, its credit card promo is with AMEX Platinum where diners get 15% discount off regular ala-carte items.
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Spizza is a great place for gatherings with Friends. The wide selection ensures that there is something for everyone while The roominess of place. works well for multiple groups to.hold conversations without disrupting others dining experience.
Had a most enjoyable family dinner. Pizza, lasagne and bruschetta all exceeded expectations. Food came quickly, indoor and outdoor options available. Negatives; a lot of traffic noise and not cheap.
Restaurant seems like air cond not working, we were perspiring throughout the dinner. Food were blend and monotonous not creative or unigue a all. Its like another fast food chain. Totally not worth paying the kind of price.
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If you're a fan of thin-crust pizzas, Spizza would hit all the right buttons. The pizza crust here is very thin so when baked, it attains a crisp, almost biscuit-like texture.
1) Calamari ($13): served alongside a refreshing pizzaiolo dip. This was largely decent, but the rings were a tad more chewy than I'd like. That being said, at least they weren't rubbery.
2) Mozzarella ($11): layered with strips of basil for a peppery accent. The tongue-numbingly hot salsa provided a zesty lift to the creamy fried balls of cheesy goodness
3) Portobello Al Forno ($12.50) was a little lacking in salt, even if the bolognese topping was pretty hearty. We had to heap several teaspoonfuls of parmesan cheese onto these to up the sodium content
4) Isabella ($20 medium): parma ham and rucola salad.
5) Quinta ($18): a perfectly baked egg and heavenly black truffle paste