La Pizzeria at The Bridge & Beacon Singapore is a brand-new dining concept at Republic of Singapore Yacht Club, just south of Clementi in West Coast. As you may have guessed, the name of the game is wholesome Italian fire-baked pizza and pasta, all made according to wonderfully traditional recipes. La Pizzeria at The Bridge & Beacon Singapore features a very pleasant indoor-outdoor seating arrangement that means you can dine al fresco with wonderful views of the West Coast marina and one or two glasses of quality wine, of course. We’d advise booking ahead to avoid disappointment.
Dear diners, there is a live band performing every Saturday and shuttle services available from the nearby Haw Par Villa MRT and Clementi MRT. Thank you!
To get to La Pizzeria at The Bridge & Beacon Singapore you’ll need to jump off the MRT at either Clementi or Haw Par Villa station, then make your way West Coast Ferry Road right by the pier. You’ll know when you’ve arrived when you see Republic of Singapore Yacht Club and can smell the waft of fine, fire-baked Italian pizzas in the air. The kitchen at La Pizzeria at The Bridge & Beacon Singapore is led by Italian chef Francesco Romano who ensures his own family recipes are served exactly as they should be.
The menu at La Pizzeria at The Bridge & Beacon Singapore, unlike at some other Italian restaurants, focuses on quality rather than quantity. All of the seven fire-baked pizzas are a delight but we’d recommend the classic primavera as one of the best, topped with mozzarella, prosciutto, rocket and shaved parmesan, or the Siciliana with fried eggplant and basil. If you feel like pasta, the gnocchi sorrentina is not to be missed. La Pizzeria at The Bridge & Beacon Singapore is popular for very good reason, that reason being the fact there are very few things better than proper Italian food with wine and a view. Get involved!
Food standard not as expected given price paid for, especially cheese raclette. Need further improvement on food presentation. Service was good and staff was attentive though.