[CLOSED] d.o.c

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * d.o.c (short for Denominazione di Origine Controllata) is an authentic Neapolitan pizzeria and pastaria located near vibrant Chinatown at the corner of 21 Tanjong Pagar Road. The name of the restaurant is inspired by the quality assurance label given to Italian wines as the restaurant aims to provide a venue for wine connoisseurs and Italian food lovers alike. At d.o.c, one can enjoy red, white, rosé and sparkling wines from all over the world with a selection boasting close to 90 different labels. Led by Chef Davide, the team at d.o.c pride ourselves on providing authentic Neapolitan pizzas and Italian cuisine experiences. Following the strict requirements put forth by the VPN (short for The Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana), we bake only authentic Neapolitan pizzas that will definitely leave a positive lasting impression in your minds and your stomachs. The restaurant has a cosy setting with the use of warm lighting and rustic furnishing. Coupled with slow jazz music played in the background, the venue is ideal for romantic dates and small group gatherings alike. Visit d.o.c today for an authentic Neapolitan experience like none other in Singapore!

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Bread was nice! Puffy and chewy and soft, it’s good bread. Great with vinegar and olive oil.

Pizza crust was v nice! Light and chewy and puffy, very easy to eat. Similar to Luka’s pizza dough! Porcini was yummy; but the pistachio cream didn't have a discernible
nutty taste, pork sausage was a little underwhelming. Wouldn’t get this flavour again but would try their other flavours!

Tagliatelle was done to the true Italian standard of al dente (on the hard side), calamari was nicely cooked - tasted fresh and bouncy. Rly liked the sweet & savoury flavours of the browned garlic, and the cherry tomatoes. Sauce is olive-oil based but it didn't taste greasy! The saffron gave the sauce a nice sweetness. Was nice, but a little pricey.

For mains, I ordered Tagliatelle Calamari Zafferano ($28) where the fresh tagliatelle pasta is thoroughly infused with the aroma from the saffron, olive oil and garlic. The squid is tender and the cherry tomatoes adds an element of freshness to the dish.


I had lunch at D.O.C and we shared a beautiful plate of Burrata ($28) for starters. It comes with 150g of Burrata cheese, parma ham, rocket salad and cherry tomatoes. This burrata is light and creamy, and it complements the savoury parma ham. This is refreshing and effortless tasty.


For mains, I had Pasta Vongole e Bottarga ($25), which features al dente linguine infused with the natural sweetness of fresh clams, umami of bottarga (cured fish roe) and aroma of garlic and olive oil. Love how flavourful and delicious this is!