Pizza Pizzazz

Pizza Pizzazz

Pineapple doesn't go onto these, or does it?
Evan Mua
Evan Mua

Another wacky homerun was the Saigon Stunner ($7/slice, $26/12″) which best reflects Chef Son’s Vietnamese heritage with umami fish sauce and basil pesto. This was a flavour bomb that will intrigue anyone who is a fan of headier, herbaceous flavours.

IG: @indulgentism
Read full review on https://www.indulgentism.com/food-reviews/sonnys-pizza-singapore/

2 Likes

Yes, it’s a boring classic but this Pepperoni ($6.50/slice, $22/12") is perfection with crispy discs of porky goodness custom made to specifications just for them.

It’s got saltiness, punch, and an endearing greasiness as a good pepperoni should have. Also don’t forget to douse it in the addictive Hot Honey sauce. That does of floral sweetness and additional heat really elevated the entire slice so so effortlessly.

IG: @indulgentism
Read full review on https://www.indulgentism.com/food-reviews/sonnys-pizza-singapore/

2 Likes

Contrary to popular belief Pizza doesn’t always need meat. Like with this slice of I’m Going Green ($6.50/slice, $22/12″) where the earthy medley of juicy mushrooms, bechamel sauce, and complementary herbs was just as satisfying as any meat-based pizza.

IG: @indulgentism
Read full review on https://www.indulgentism.com/food-reviews/sonnys-pizza-singapore/

2 Likes

The Sausage ($6.50/slice, $22/12") hits with a nostalgic warmth with its ensemble of fior di latte, peppers, and Italian Sausage. Ultimately a satisfying party of saltiness that will hit the spot.

IG: @indulgentism
Read full review on https://www.indulgentism.com/food-reviews/sonnys-pizza-singapore/

2 Likes

The Cheese ($5.50/slice, $18/12″) is the most straightforward piece here but is well executed with marinara sauce richness and a layered blend of five kinds of cheese, all underscored by the sublime dough.

IG: @indulgentism
Read the full review on https://www.indulgentism.com/food-reviews/sonnys-pizza-singapore/

1 Like

Sonny’s Pizza is a breath of fresh air with good ol’ New York Slice for a good ol’ time. And the basis of that is their dough — the perfect soft bready centre and smoky, crunchy crust make any permutation of toppings just pop.

if you’re a breakfast or brunch aficionado, then this GM Pizza ($7/slice, $26/12″) is right up your alley. The combination of rich hollandaise sauce, bechamel base, and bacon just acts as a huge warm embrace of hearty breakfast flavours — exceedingly comforting.

IG: @indulgentism
Read the full review on https://www.indulgentism.com/food-reviews/sonnys-pizza-singapore/

1 Like

While on the other hand, the 𝗖𝗵𝗼𝗿𝗶𝘇𝗼 ($23) was rather run-of-the-mill and overall monotonous, as the ratio of chorizo to onions and tomato sauce turned out to be in the favour of the latter 2 which dominated the profile.

Still, the dough was stellar and did salvage it, somewhat. More importantly, the vivid retro vibes and splendid wines quickly helped us forget about the shortcomings.

IG: @indulgentism
Read more on https://www.indulgentism.com/food-reviews/drunken-farmer/

I'm not kidding when I say this wallet-friendly 𝗠𝗮𝗿𝗴𝗵𝗲𝗿𝗶𝘁𝗮 ($18) has been my favourite since my first visit when the price tag was even more absurd of a steal. Drunken Farmer absolutely nails the dough, undoubtedly the lifeblood of a pizza.

The product was blissfully fluffy in the insides while sporting a satisfying crackle on the crust, perfumed with the most intoxicating smoke. More importantly, the straciatella was a dream — flavourful but still retained that beautiful dairy cleanliness, complementing the basil and red sauce sublimely.

IG: @indulgentism
Read more on https://www.indulgentism.com/food-reviews/drunken-farmer/

@linorestaurant does a pretty damn solid 𝗯𝘂𝗿𝗿𝗮𝘁𝗮 𝗽𝗶𝘇𝘇𝗮 ($26). Coupled with the @burpple beyond 1-for-1 deal, this might be one of my fav pizzas just for its value.
-
All eyes were drawn to the pristine sphere of gooey cheese which, when dissected, oozed rather sensually. Smeared onto the tomato sauce, its clean and lightly rich cheese notes melded seamlessly into the piquancy. Quite a grate burrata and the flavour pairing was so gouda. A garlicky kick from the pesto then rounded it off nicely.
-
The cheesy creaminess also acted as the perfect foil to the thicker and more viscous tomato base. This combination paired quite elegantly with the dough, which was crispy at one extremity and delicate at the other.

IG: @indulgentism

Evan Mua

Level 7 Burppler · 416 Reviews

Picky eater with detailed critiques. Follow my IG @indulgentism, or my website for in-depth reviews.

What To Read Next

Gelato Delights: A Sweet Journey Across Singapore
Gelato Delights: A Sweet Journey Across Singapore Gelato lovers rejoice! Singapore is brimming with delightful spots to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings. Take note of these places with #BurppleBeyond deals!
Burpple
6 Quirky Places for Valentine's Day
6 Quirky Places for Valentine's Day Are you tired of the same old candlelit dinners and cliché romantic gestures?
Burpple
Cafés Open This Chinese New Year
Cafés Open This Chinese New Year Craving caffeine during CNY? Burpple’s got you covered! Check out these cafes that are keeping their doors open this festive season. Whether you need a cosy corner to unwind or a spot for catch-ups, these cafes are serving up your favourite brews and bites! Save this for your caffeine fix!
Burpple
Unleash Prosperity with Burpple Beyond's 龙年包HUAT🧧 Promotion!
Unleash Prosperity with Burpple Beyond's 龙年包HUAT🧧 Promotion!
Burpple
ADVERTISE WITH US
ADVERTISE WITH US