4 Hawker stalls in Singapore to satisfy your pizza cravings

These days, you no longer patronise hawker centres solely for staples like chicken rice, nasi lemak or prata. Ever so often, you’ll chance upon stalls serving up more trendy menus like burgers, macaroni and cheese and the main star for today; pizza.

We know, it can be daunting to stray away from our usual options like Dominos or the more upscale Italian restaurant. But who knows, one of these hawker options below might just be your new favourite place to grab some pizza.

ButterNut (Taman Jurong)

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If you’re a Westie with a pizza craving, look no further than ButterNut. Located at Taman Jurong Food Centre, the halal-certified stall has garnered quite a buzz for its crispy, thin-crust pizzas.

Depending on how voracious your appetite is, their eight-inch pizzas are great for one or to share with a friend. Apart from classic flavours like Hawaiian ($11.90) and Beef Pepperoni ($11.90), they also serve up tantalising options like their signature ButterNut Chicken ($11.90) and popular Mushroom Truffle ($11.90).

A tip: Enjoy their member prices (30 percent discount) when you simply like their Facebook page and follow them on Instagram.

Address:
Taman Jurong Food Centre
3 Yung Sheng Road, #02-108, Singapore 618499
Opening hours: 11am – 2pm and 6pm – 9pm (Tues – Sun, closed on Mon), opened till 10.45pm (Fri and Sat)
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The Naughty Chef (Bedok)

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At the bustling Bedok Marketplace is where you’ll find The Naughty Chef. This Italian stall is anything but boring, with the option of having your pizza hand-stretched, double-baked or even as a calzone.

Their extensive menu will most definitely have you spoiled for choice; pick from flavours like magherita, smoked salmon, prosciutto and more. Pizza sizes come in 10 and 12 inches, and prices range from $8 to $25. If you live in the East and are craving some pizza, consider swinging by The Naughty Chef with some friends.

Address:
Bedok Marketplace
348 Bedok Road, #02-14, Singapore 469560
Opening hours: 12pm – 2.30pm and 5.30pm – 9.30pm (Tues – Fri), 12pm – 9.30pm (Sat and Sun)
Telephone: +65 6920 4996
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IL Piccolo Pizzeria (Toa Payoh)

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We’re not kidding when we say that IL Piccolo Pizzeria at Toa Payoh is one stall that serves up a huge variety of Italian fare. Apart from pasta and pizza, they even serve up gnocchi, which are tiny dumplings. But let’s not get sidetracked.

Prices for their pizza range from around $9 to $12, and there are a wide array of flavours to suit everyone’s palate; choose from classics like Hawaiian, and pepperoni, or go for fancier options like prosciutto and smoked salmon.

If you’re tempted to try their whole menu, a tip is to grab a friend or two so you can share a few dishes whilst splitting the cost.

Address:
79E Toa Payoh Central, Singapore 313079
Opening hours: 8am – 9pm (daily)
Telephone: +65 91520571

GOPIZZA (Islandwide)

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You might have seen quite a few GOPIZZA stalls in various kopitiams; if you didn’t already know, it is a popular pizza brand from Korea which focuses on the concept of “fast pizza for single pax”.

If you’re looking for a quick grab-and-go meal, you will be glad to know that the oven they use is supposed to be able to bake freshly prepared pizza within five minutes. Menu prices range from $7.90 to $12.90, and feature a wide selection of flavours such as ham and cheddar, Yangnyum chicken (sweet and spicy sauce), bacon potato, Korean bulgogi and more.

There are also outlet stores; check out where GOPIZZA is located at.

The next time your pizza cravings hit, why not pop by these hawker centres to see what wonders you can find?

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Carlissia is the type of person to order an iced beverage even while freezing cold and saying the cold never bothered her anyway.

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