Indulge in Italian Delights and Free Pizzas at La Pizzaiola’s Grand Opening in Bukit Timah

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La Pizzaiola, renowned for its authentic, traditional, and delectable Italian cuisine, is proud to announce the opening of its newest establishment in the vibrant neighborhood of Bukit Timah. This exciting relocation not only brings forth a new dining place but also introduces a tantalising array of new culinary offerings.

Since reopening its doors in 2012, the pizza establishment, spearheaded by Chef Loris Massimini of Ristorante Pietrasanta, has garnered a loyal following. Known for its concise menu featuring Italian classics, including antipasti, pasta, and pizza baked in a traditional oven crafted in Italy, it has become a favourite among their diners.

A Culinary Adventure Awaits

As guests step into La Pizzaiola’s new home, they’re greeted by an enticing selection of culinary creations spanning antipasti, pizzas, pastas, and hot mains. Each dish is a testament to the pizzeria’s unwavering commitment to quality and authenticity.

Kickstart your epicurean journey with the Gamberetti e Bianchetti Fritti ($20.90) —a crispy medley of whitebait and sweet baby prawns are deep-fried into golden crunchy bites, that’s sure to tantalise your taste buds. Or opt for the Saute di Vongole ($20.90), featuring tender Asari clams poached to perfect springiness in a light tomato broth. For a refreshing start, the Caprese Salad ($21.90) offers a burst of flavours with fresh tomatoes sliced up, Italian mozzarella, basil leaves, and a drizzle of olive oil and balsamic vinegar reduction.

When it comes to pizzas, La Pizzaiola pushes boundaries with new and exciting offerings like the Ai 4 Pomodori ($22.90) —a symphony of flavours bursting with the ripeness of tomatoes in four styles – sauced, sun-dried, fresh and confit atop a bed of Mozzarella Fior di Latte and fresh basil leaves. Not to be missed is the Zucca Prosciutto e Gorgonzola ($26.90), a unique twist of a pizza where pumpkin puree takes center stage, complemented by gorgonzola Italian blue cheese and Parma ham slices.

Pasta fans will enjoy the Spaghetti alla Vongole ($24.90), that is slurp-worthy to the last drop featuring perfectly al dente spaghetti paired with de-shelled tender clams in a white wine sauce. Meanwhile, the Risotto ai Gameri, Zucchini e Limone ($24.90) offers a delightful blend of hearty risotto porridge cooked with prawns and zucchini in a lemon-zested prawn bisque.

For hot mains, indulge in the Brasato di Manzo Con Salsa Verde ($32.90) —a melt-in-your-mouth beef brisket slow cooked to immense tenderness for 24 hours in a Piedmont green sauce and served with mashed potato or savour the Filetto di Branzino all Isolana ($32.90), a seabass filet baked to perfection with a medley of explosive flavours with sliced onions, capers, black olives, and tomato in white wine.

Perfectly matching all the flavours is a wide selection of Italian wines personally curated by Chef Loris. Served by the glass or bottle, a tipple starts from as low as $10 per glass.

Grand Opening Promotion

In celebrating this milestone, La Pizzaiola is giving away 30 free pizzas per day on three selected days.

On 15, 23 and 29 April respectively, 30 tables that spend a minimum of $30 will be eligible to redeem a free pizza.

The promotion begins from 6pm onwards on the days and is applicable for walk-ins only.

Savour the Classics

While exploring the new menu, don’t forget to indulge in La Pizzaiola’s classics and crowd-favourites which are baked in a woodfire oven for the thinnest and crispiest slices. Enjoy Pancetta Affumicata e Funghi ($23.90) topped with crispy bacon mushrooms and red onion on a bed of mozzarella Fior di latte and Diavola ($21.90) of spicy beef and pork salami in Italian tomato sauce and more mozzarella Fior de latte. The La Pizzaiola Speciale ($27.90) takes things up a notch with roast beef slices laid in generous proportions on Italian tomato sauce and mozzarella Fior di latte before blanketed with shaved parmesan cheese and arugula rocket salad and finished off with a drizzle of truffle oil.

A different take from the open-faced pizza pies is the Calzone ($22.90), a folded pizza pocket of Italian ham and button mushrooms cooked with Italian tomato sauce and mozzarella Fior di latte. For dessert, the Crème Brûlée ($12.90) will hit the spot with its body of rich custard topped with caramelized sugar that digs in warm at the top.

La Pizzaiola’s arrival in Bukit Timah heralds a new era of culinary excellence in the neighborhood. Whether you’re a seasoned patron or a curious newcomer, a visit to this hidden Italian gem promises an unforgettable gastronomic adventure. For more information about La Pizzaiola, please visit


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