We almost missed the lunch time on a Saturday afternoon visiting this Japanese Italian restaurant.
They serve certified Neapolitan pizza ( Wiki:According to the rules proposed by the Associazione Vera Pizza Napoletana, the genuine Neapolitan pizza dough consists of wheat flour (type 0 or 00, or a mixture of both), natural Neapolitan yeast or brewer’s yeast, salt and water)
and that’s worth a visit.
I didn’t know what else to order apart from pizza.
Still full from breakfast, I chose the cheapest antipasti option there is.
This is one of the most flavourful dishes I have had in a long while. Just didn’t expect only 1 whole scallop.
The roes, herbed butter and tasty light consomme made this baked dish so comforting and luxurious at the same time.
The light and fluffy base and crispy edges, is that what Nepolitan pizza about?
I love it.
Lightest pizza of all even though it was just as thin as other thin crust pizza available.
Shreds of basil leaves and meaty pepperoni, simple and good.
Of course, it is overpriced for a pizza. Oh well, it is only for a treat, being located in one of the prime areas, it’s acceptable.
Service was diligent, luxurious feel to the interior without being too stifling.
A tip – ask for the pizza menu if you don’t see any on the usual ones presented.
And here are some reviews with a more comprehensive introduction to this restaurant…
Address: 78 79 Boat Quay, Singapore, Singapore 049866