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Pizza. Peeee-zza. Piiii-zz-a. Rolls off the tongue doesn’t it? Well, actually, not if you’re eating it right. But no matter how challenging you find the munching on Italy’s most successful export, the guys at Spizza will keep the good food times coming with their much feted wood-fired oven pizzas. Spizza’s Mercato branch is among Singapore’s more unique pizza places – blending restaurant, takeaway, collection and Italian mini-market on Stamford Road in the Capitol Piazza.
Great food with nice ambiance! Will check it out again!
A little too expensive for the food quality and service.
Nice Ambience. Very full on Friday evening so reservation is recommended. Price is cheap considering location is at Capitol Piazza. Spend $90 for 2 pax with 2 starters, 2 mains, deserts and drinks. Nevertheless food is average. Chicken wings tasteless.
Italian food has been the unchallenged champion of European eating for many years and the team behind Singapore’s hugely successful Spizza group have capitalised on the popularity of the cuisine from the Italian peninsula. Of course, there are many pretenders to the crown of great Italian food, and the reason behind the success of Spizza Mercato (you’ll find it on Stamford Road in the Capitol Piazza) is in its commitment to honouring the traditional techniques and ingredients in Italian cooking.
For those around Capitol Piazza looking for classically crafted pizzas, there’s no doubt that Spizza Mercato is the answer, but perhaps less obvious is the availability of a range of other traditionally inspired Italian dishes. Fancy some pasta? Check. Need a bite of a insalata? Check. Longing for a coffee? Check, check, check. There’s plenty to get excited about at Singapore’s Stamford Road branch of Spizza – and it is proving popular with locals who are returning time and time again for fresh Italian goodies in a laidback and reliably fun environment. Pizza is pizza, after all.