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.
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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.