Pizzeria Mozza

We happened to make Pizzeria Mozza our lunch stop last Sunday after spending quite a bit of time at the ongoing travel revolution fair at the MBS Exhibition Hall.

It’s all about the Pizzzas here. Honestly, if you’re looking for other Italian fare such as pasta, then one should head to its sister restaurant, Osteria Mozza instead.

Thankfully, despite it being a Sunday, we were able to get a table immediately. Yoo Hoo! Service was a bit slow at first as it was quite difficult to flag down a wait staff. However, once they took our order, service was pretty good from there. 


One thing that I really like about the Pizzas here is its dough and crust. It looks really thick and a bit too much, but the dough is actually very light and and outer crust manages to retain this nice crispiness to it.

We ordered one tomato based pizza and a white sauce based pizza:

Prosciutto di Parma, rucola, tomato & mozzarella pizza: this was recommended by the server and it was a tomato based pizza. I think parma and rucola is always a nice combination and this is probably one of the more classic pizza combinations that is usually a crowd favourite.


Boomsdale spinach, salame, egg, cherry tomato & pecorino pizza: we picked this pizza ourselves and personally, I liked this pizza better because of the egg yolk, which we got to spread around the pizza – oh so delicious! Visually speaking, this pizza also had the slight edge over the previous one. It certainly had a vibrant mix of colours from the tomatoes to the egg and the spinach. Taste wise, the combination also worked very well, and this was the first dish to become empty on the table.


Before the pizzas arrived, we also ordered a small appetizer to share: eggplant with hummus. Honestly, I was a little taken aback when this dish was first presented. It was like they just decided to chuck the entire egg plant on the plate, pour a spoonful of hummus and chickpeas on top and that was it. What!

Even so, we found the combination of the eggplant and the hummus pretty good. The hummus on its own was a bit on the salty side but this was nicely balanced with the eggplant. The only complaint M had about this was that the eggplant skin was too chewy and hard for her liking.


They definitely serve good pizzas here, as befitting a pizzeria. Definitely, a place to consider if you’re in the area and in the mood for pizza.

Add: Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue

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