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Da Paolo Pizza Bar

10 December 2010

Naturally, I saved the best of the three for the last. Da Paolo Pizza Bar along Chip Bee Gardens can almost be classified as a hidden find in Holland Village, though it shouldn't be really because any self-proclaimed pizza lover ought to pay this place a visit. Make it a pilgrimage if you must if you're living on the other side of the island, this is certainly one of the best pizzas in Singapore that I've had the honour of tasting.

Pizza Bolognese

The meat-lover made an obvious choice - the Pizza Bolognese. I loved the way everything weaved together so beautifully that each bite was so simple yet so truly satisfying.

I'm sure it had something to do with the cheese, which was rich, thick and flowing, yet all without being overwhelming. The pizza dough was just right too, and wasn't too thin like those pathetic "skinny" or "thin crust" pizzas. It isn't truly Italiano, but it sure hit the notes right enough.

Pizza Salmone

I dubbed Jaslyn's Pizza Salmone "the healthier pizza" because compared to mine this was lacking in cheese and had fresh smoked salmon covering up for it. She seemed to like it, which is a good thing because I had made her come all the way for this.

It didn't win me over as much though because it had a slightly salty aftertaste. Or, as I tried to explain, it was just too healthy for me - I like my food sinful and comforting you know. Pizza bread dough was really good though, as you can probably tell from the picture here.

So this wraps up a mini three-part series of what I would call a good wood-fired pizza in Singapore. For another amazing find earlier in the year, I would suggest you hop on down to Al Forno at East Coast, guaranteed to delight as well!


WAIT! There's one more post coming up this weekend! For those who have been following me on Twitter you would probably know where this next pizzeria is; for the rest, just hang in there and you'll know soon enough :)

$21 for the Pizza Bolognese
$20 for the Pizza Salmone

* Prices subject to the usual 7% GST and 10% service charge.

44 Jalan Merah Saga, #01-46.

Pictures taken with the Canon EOS 500D.

4 Foodie Comments:

*Harris said...

Thank you Stargirl, PY and HT for your comments. they got deleted along with the post when it was deleted unintentionally.

I still remember what was said though!

Stargirl: Post out Sunday evening :)

PY: I've had a couple of good oven-baked pizzas as well, so yes, always worth a try!

HT: We have good taste, which is why we like the same pizzas hehe.

December 10, 2010 at 10:37 PM
Anonymous said...

Haha twitter! Yes i'm awaiting ur next pizza post! ;)

December 11, 2010 at 12:10 AM
Glenn Lee said...

Looking forward to the next pizza post too!

December 12, 2010 at 3:30 PM
*Harris said...

Akan datang, akan datang. Sometime tonight :)

December 12, 2010 at 6:20 PM

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