Last Updated: October 4, 2021
When it comes to fuss-free dinners or party preparations, it’s hard to escape the thought of just settling for pizza. Yet sometimes when we’re feeling fancy, or if the occasion calls for more than just Domino’s or Pizza Hut, good restaurant-quality pizza delivery can be a challenge to find.
To the unsung hero at many of our last-minute occasions, it’s about time someone glorified the humble pie with a handy dandy hitlist. Here’s one to save the day, with 11 pizza deliveries in Singapore you simply knead to know.
Helmed by Chef-Restaurateur Beppe De Vito, Amò is the swanky Italian restaurant and bar on Hongkong Street. His devotion stems from bringing people together with good food, sharing the best culinary influences from all over Italy.
Like many other F&B establishments in Singapore during the pandemic, Amò turned to food delivery to bring hearty Italian fare to more. With an extensive range of family bundles, Classic and Signature Pizzas, there’s arguably so much to choose from.
With the dairy-free and tomato-based Marinara (S$23.55), legendary Truffle Pizza (S$37.45) and Prosciutto Pizza (S$34.25) available with islandwide delivery, consider your next pizza party sorted.Order from Amò
No stranger to avid pizza lovers, Cicheti serves up wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas that are so good, they keep diners coming back for more. When it first opened, it was one of the first few pizzerias in Singapore equipped with its very own wood-fired oven which churned Neapolitan pizzas that quickly won over the tummies of many.
Even if you’re going for the stay-home pizza delivery experience instead of the dine-in experience, gear up ready for a feast that will surely impress. Thrill the crew with Bismark (S$29)—a tomato-based pizza with prosciutto cotto, button mushrooms, fior di latte and a 63° egg.
Perhaps the Cicheti Pizza Party (S$68) will sort your last-minute scramble with an all-in-one bundle of deliciousness. Regardless of the occasion, Cicheti sits high on top of the list for fuss-free, high-quality pizzas to save the day.
With one sole outlet at Asia Square in Downtown, Extra Virgin Pizza set up pizza delivery to bring their handmade thin-crust pizzas to more locals on the little red dot.
What I love most about pizza delivery spots is the curated pizza party sets offered. Extra Virgin Pizza bundles signature items oh-so-convenient for family dinners, get-togethers, special occasions and more.
For a Cozy Pizza Party (S$100), one can choose two sharing plates and three pizzas or pasta. I’d definitely recommend the Pistachio & Pumpkin, Guanciale and Egg, or Pepper Pig, especially if this if it’s your first order.
Oh boy, is this one I’m super excited to share. LINO has jumped on the pizza delivery bandwagon, conquering every heartland in Singapore with its islandwide delivery!
The one superstar to watch (and order in after reading this) is their signature Burrata Pizza (S$27.82). The humble pie is topped with marinated cherry tomatoes, tomato passata, basil pesto and its crowning glory, the mound of burrata. Pure bliss, if you’d ask me.
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Looking to savour authentic Italian-style pizzas from home? Napolizz Pizza brings restaurant-quality goodness to your doorstep, perfect for any stay-home occasion.
With one outlet in the North, South, East, and West of Singapore, you can count on Napolizz’s pizza delivery for delicious pizzas to save the day.
For a party of two, jump on the Calzone (S$21), a 12-inch folded pizza with mozzarella, salami, cooked baby spinach with tomato. For an easy family dinner, the Prosciutto e Funghi (S$22) is one to send the kids fighting for the last piece!
Enjoy more for less with 10% off the total bill when you order pizza delivery online and use the code “Napolizz10” upon checkout.
Owned by the widely-acclaimed Les Amis group, Peperoni Pizzeria prides itself on its hearty and scrumptious wood-fired pizzas. Their wood-fired pizzas are distinctly different from ones baked in electrical ovens, striking the perfect balance in the crust between pillowy, chewy and crispy.
If you’re hosting a pizza party, trust me when I say this has to be where you get your slices of paradise. With the famous XXL pizzas, a whopping 21-inches wide, there’s more than enough to go round the table for up to five. Half&Half options start from S$62.60 depending on your flavours of choice. And yes, they deliver islandwide, all day, every week!
You might have seen Pezzo stalls around in various malls with their carnival theme, but did you know they deliver? A standard 14-inch pizza with six slices costs S$24.90 but if you’re feeling fickle you can choose a different flavour for each slice.
Their pizza selection is small with classics such as Pepperoni Party and Hola Hawaiian, however, the chain pizza place is well-known for unorthodox seasonal pizza flavours as well. One to watch their social media pages for new slices to try.
Their current special is the Hainanese Chicken Rice Pizza (S$24.90) which comes with chicken rice chilli sauce and dark soya sauce as well. If you’re feeling adventurous, this is one to give a shot. Available on Grabfood, Deliveroo, and foodpanda.
Originating from the United Kingdom back in 1965, PizzaExpress made its way onto Singapore shores in mid-2016. With trained pizzaiolos (pizza tossers) who craft and toss creations by hand, it’s a given that this had to be on our pizza delivery hitlist.
Besides the usual suspects American (S$21) and La Reine (S$18.50), their pizza range includes Impossible Teriyaki (S$30)—a vegetarian thin crust pizza topped with sautéed leek, spring onions, and charred teriyaki-ginger Impossible meat. Just the option to cater to other dietary preferences at your next pizza party.
Plus, for an additional S$2, you can upgrade your 11-inch pizza to a 13-inch grande, perfect to share with two to three others. A minimum spend of S$80 will qualify you for free delivery as well. Double win!
Over at Plank Sourdough Pizza, they’ve definitely set themselves apart by creating a pizza dough that’s based on their own sourdough recipe.
While their artisanal sourdough pizzas are hot amongst the crowd, one worth a special shoutout goes to the Cheese Plank Pizza (S$14.50)—a hippie take on the traditional cheese platter, complete with caramelized garlic crème fraîche, blue cheese, fig jam, caramelized walnuts, maple syrup, thyme, and lemon zest. Talk about innovation.
What’s also interesting is how they number their pizzas instead of naming them according to their flavours. Pizza 6 (S$26) and Pizza 7 (S$26) will definitely be added to my cart. Curious to find out? Check out their pizza delivery website for all the information you need to know, promotions and more.
Aiming to be Asia’s most craved-after Italian pizzas, Spizza’s authentic thin-crust pizzas are made with only high-quality ingredients—tomatoes, mushrooms, artichokes, and others, specially flown in from Italy.
They’ve got 26 different pizzas on the menu, each named popular ladies’ names belonging to each letter of the alphabet. If you’d ask me, Franca (S$24.50) would be my go-to choice. It champions tomato, mozzarella, porcini mushroom and pancetta bacon—a combination so simple yet delightful. Perfect for families with young ones too.
Of course, the crowd-favourite Tara (S$24.50) lives on fervently, with tomato, mozzarella, egg, bacon, and button mushrooms. With Spizza’s islandwide delivery, get ready to receive your order as early as within 45 minutes!
Joining the line-up from Cicheti Group is the newly opened Wild Child Pizzette, a two-minute walk from Raffles Place MRT. Good news for all—they now deliver islandwide!
The wild child (pun intended) serves up 10-inch pizzas that feed one comfortably. Hot tip: gather a few friends and order a variety of these delicious whole pizzas, and share to taste the best of all worlds in one go. Top recommendations have to be the unassuming Cavolo Nero (S$21.50) and sensational Spiniata Calabrese (S$22).
Indeed, online prices fetch a few dollars more than dine-in, but paying for the convenience is definitely worth it. Consider the pizzas from Wild Child Pizzette an upgrade from your basics that leave you much to be thankful for.
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