Blue Label Pizza & Wine

Outram ParkPizza, American, Italian$$$$
131 Reviews
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About Blue Label Pizza & Wine

Singapore’s Blue Label Pizza & Wine invites you to enjoy an unforgettable dining experience on Outram Park’s Ann Siang road. Just a stone’s throw from Telok Ayer and Chinatown MRT stations, this cheerful pizzeria keeps guests on their toes with its ever-changing specials and wine selection. With music from the 60s and 70s playing, Blue Label Pizza & Wine is home to a relaxed vibe that matches the menu perfectly. This cool spot has tons of events throughout the year, including guest winemakers and sommeliers who certainly know their stuff when it comes to wine. There’s plenty more where that came from though, so reserve ahead of time to discover some of the city-state’s finest wines and pizzas at Blue Label Pizza & Wine Singapore.

Opening Times

Open now - Closes at 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Blue Label Pizza & Wine
28 Ann Siang Road, #B1-01
Singapore 069708

Menu Highlights




blue cheese ranch, choice of sauce: original | buffalo | honey-garlic-sriracha


scamorza, house red sauce, herbed chicken thigh


brussels sprouts, dried blueberries, manchego, mustard vinaigrette


hand-cut idaho potatoes, black pepper gravy, fried egg, aioli, shaved truffle



ground chuck, sesame crust, special sauce, cheddar-bacon melt

The Original FAMOUS

five cheese blend, tomato, fresh basil


market ingredients, inventive twists, uniquely blue label

Guest Pizza (BURNT ENDS SANGER by Chef Dave Pynt)

pulled pork, black seasame crust, chipotle slaw, barbeque spice rub


BLUE LABEL Soft Serve Ice Cream Affogato





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More about Blue Label Pizza & Wine, Singapore

For a super fun dining experience in Singapore, head to Blue Label Pizza & Wine on Ann Siang Road. This spot in the beating heart of the city – Outram Park to be exact – serves pizzas piled high with gourmet toppings in an array of creative combinations. Baked in a stone-fired oven, Blue Label’s pizzas are on point. Favourites include the vegetarian Green Machine topped with bechamel, kale, asparagus and pistachios and the Umami Bomb topped with shiitake mushrooms, spinach, lemon, anchovies and goat’s cheese with a cornmeal crust.

Blue Label Pizza & Wine offers a lot more than its name suggests. You’ll also find an array of tasty options including oysters with homemade cocktail sauce, chicken parm sliders and our favourite, the signature Blue Label State Fair fries, a heaping pile of hand-cut fries topped with black pepper gravy, a fried egg, aioli and shaved truffles. Accompany your selection with one of Blue Label’s incredible wines – the selection is huge here and includes varieties from all over the world. No matter what you order, we know you’re going to be blown away by the food at Blue Label Pizza & Wine in Singapore’s Outram Park.

131 Blue Label Pizza & Wine Reviews

131 Reviews
Noise levels:Average
Value for money:Good value
Waiting time:Exceptionally good
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Shuna K.4 days ago · 2 reviews

Ambience and food were great! Service is also polite and good!

Jovan L.7 days ago · 1 review

Service is great and the foods are tasty. Especially the pizza. J-Dog is strongly recommended. At Blue Label, we are paying a reasonable price for a 5 stars pizza. Cheers

Erika M.8 days ago · 2 reviews

We go to Blue Label pretty often, its our favorite pizza place in Singapore. Not only do they have the best pizza, but the have an impressive wine list. The salads and starters are fantastic and we always, without fail, order the artichoke dip! It's a must order!!! My favorite pizza is the Travis Supreme, and the kids can't get enough of the Original Famous. Best place in town, with great food and great music and excellent service! Oh, don't forget to try their soft serve ice cream if you still have room after all the pizza!

Xinyun L.15 days ago · 2 reviews

This is a great place for pizza at a quiet corner of Ann Siang. Been there a couple of times and tried the Summer in San Sebastian and El Boondito pizzas - both were excellent and very tasty! As are their State Fair Fries and soft serve ice creams. Service staff are really attentive and helpful. Only thing is it gets a little noisy and crowded so reservations are definitely recommended. Overall a great place!

Rachelle C.5 months ago · 9 reviews

Blue Label Pizza isn't and won't be the regular joint I hit up if I'm trying to satisfy my usual pizza cravings, BUT if you want a spin on this crowd favourite, this place does not disappoint. The Julien Royer (limited edition) pie was amazing, everything went so well together - the crust that reminded me of a garlicky bagel seasoning, the salty guanciale (pared down to the most delicate, thin leaflets), the earthy umami-ness of the black trumpet shrooms, right down to the slivers of raw red onions - it just made sense. The carrot cake was a luscious slice of heaven; they nailed the ratio of cream cheese to cake. The heady mix of spices and toasted walnuts were the ultimate cherries on top of this bomb dessert.

chifang n.4 months ago · 2 reviews

Pizzas were superb but our experience was marred by the poor customer service. My suggestion to those thinking of reserving this place for a fun and relaxing night's out: Save yourself anxiety, grief and service charge by deliverooing your order instead so you don't have to rush through your meal and face the haughty wait staff. Hosted some friends in town for a short biz trip who wanted to try this place after hearing so many rave reviews. A friend ran late from a work meeting and we were waiting for her to respond on what to order (the lack of phone reception and wifi access for customers at their restaurant didn't help our situation). Service staff were impatient and constantly came to enquire and gave us the vibe that we've have overstayed our 2-hour slot and were not welcomed. The table we were allocated to was next to the kitchen by the speakers - not the most ideal location for any diner and most importantly, lacked the space to accommodate all of us and our orders. We requested a switch of tables to a larger vacant one next to us based on this reason but the wait staff insisted in a know-it-all manner that the table can accommodate up to 4 pizzas at any time. What a liar, the table could only accommodate 2 pizzas and we had to remove our phones off the table and a wine glass to do that, whilst they had to place the condiments like paprika and tabasco behind the couchette (HUH?!) and rushed to clear the plates to make more space. Our nightmare didn't end - we wanted to enjoy some desserts after our meal but they only had 1 dessert and a biscuit on the dessert menu, so we declined instead and the same haughty wait staff muttered under his breath: "that was fast" as he collected the menu. I definitely won't be coming back if I want a fun night out with some friends. Because we know we wouldn't be well taken care of for the night at this place.

Don W.3 months ago · 1 review

The unassumingly intimate pizzeria tucked in an alleyway: - Tables are a little cramped and conversation from neighbors is audible; you'll have to talk louder as well - The quality pizzas (both staple and seasonal), state-fair fries and soft serve ice cream are worth repeated visits - Service is attentive and impeccable Note: (On Weekdays) You may have to rush down after work to meet the 6:30pm booking or chill at a nearby bar whilst waiting for the alternative 8pm slot. I frequent on a monthly basis (weekday evenings) and the experience has been consistently great!

John T.16 days ago · 1 review

Arrogant staffs. There was a 6m pregnant lady in our group. We were given high stools communal table. There were 2 bigger private space tables available then. In fact, restaurant was not even full. Asked for an alternative-bigger space table and quickly snubbed by the staff, mentioned the bigger table was booked 10days bla earlier than our reservations booking. She said First come first serve weird logic. So i told her, since its first come first serve can we sit at one of those bigger space tables since they were afterall empty and i was first to arrive. Immediately, she said restaurant was full for the night and we had this table for our group only. Take it or leave it kinda attitude! Thus, we remained at our communal table till we finished dining. Very unflexible-strict dining hours, reminded few times by multiple different waiters that we had to give up our table by 830pm! When we left the restaurant was not even fullhouse! In fact, one of the two alternative tables we wanted initially - bigger round sofa table at the corner that fits the same amount of people in our group was unoccupied for the whole time during our dining period! Food was ok but the service was no-chill, demeaning, causing unpleasant awkward experience to my foreign guests on the impression of Singapore!

Anne X.3 months ago · 7 reviews

This is my 4th time to Blue Label but it'll definitely not be my last! Ordered the Sunny in San Sebastian pizza last night which used to be their Special but am so glad it made it to the main menu! The fries were gr8 but unfortunately not served very hot so that was a slight bummer.

Martin S.6 months ago · 1 review

The pizza is amazing as we all already know. It will be good if the wine prices are lower and reasonable. Service is good,staffs are very attentive to customers’ needs. Maybe just slow down a little on the eagerness to clear Everything , it will be perfect. We dont like to eat and feel like being eagerly chased away. Overall.. good, can be better . Will come back