Trapizza Singapore is a casual Italian eatery located on Siloso Beach, just a five-minute walk away from Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa. The newly-revamped outlet features a revitalised dining experience for diners, a bigger dining space inclusive of a water play area and a bolder menu with authentic and hearty Italian fare. Guests can look forward to Trapizza’s signature wood-fired, thin-crust pizzas, delicious pastas and delectable desserts, as well as creative reinterpretations of classic cocktails. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a slice of island life at Trapizza. Advanced reservations are recommended.
Food sounds delicious?
Get a table before they're gone
I like the ambience in the restaurant by the beach and the food is great
Awesome place beachside with slow breeze going. Very good service and supportive staff. More importantly, they're quick to realise our need and efficiently do that asap. Delicious pizza. And the beach with sounds of waves add the 6 🌟...
Just thinking about the vibe at Trapizza Singapore chills us out and brings a smile to our face. Sand, palm trees, gentle rolling waves, pizza and pasta. What could be better? Trapizza is part of Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa and you’ll find it right on Siloso Beach as you walk along Siloso Road. Unlike other Italian restaurants in Singapore, the Trapizza menu won’t overwhelm you with too much choice – quality is very much the approach rather than quantity, meaning every dish is prepared with passion from only the finest ingredients.
Start your meal at Tapiazza Singapore with a Siloso prawn salad or, perhaps, a wonderfully refreshing plate of melon and prosciutto ham. For your main, consider veal Milanese, the Trapizza linguine or the indulgent foie gras orecchiette as non-doughy options. But really, the main attraction at Trapizza Singapore is the selection of signature pizzas. Wood fired with a thin crust, most of the pizzas here are classically topped and keep things simple, with options ranging from pizza Siciliana to pizza di mare. Throw in a cocktail or two and it’s not hard to see why so many Singaporeans travel to Sentosa to enjoy this fantastic Italian restaurant.