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Review: Alt. Pizza @ Suntec City

I was bugging Benny to bring me here for pizza after seeing the post on Daniel’s Food Diary, but he brought me to Peperoni’s the next day instead! But I ain’t complaining because I loved Peperoni too! Since we were nearby Suntec City, he decided to bring me here for lunch/dinner after our visit to Chunkfest!

We were spoilt for choice because there were so many pizzas offered, including the choice of making your own pizza! The pizzas here are relatively affordable, ranging from $12++ to $16++, and it starts from $8 if you want to customize your own pizza! Their menu can be found over here!

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We ordered a pizza each because they were 11 inches, and we were gluttons, so one pizza is definitely not enough for the both of us! We were so amused by the unique way the pizzas were being served to us though! Cute right!

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Free bird ($12) consists of white sauce, mozzarella, chipotle chicken, smoked bacon, cherry tomatoes and red onions. It was really good because there was meat. Everything with meat is good for me. And everything with onions for Benny is good for him too. And the cheese really made a difference!  

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This is the truffle shuffle ($14), which is one of the best pizzas I’ve ever had. It has white sauce, parmesan, mozzarella, roasted mushrooms, onions and white TRUFFLE oil. YUM!

In my opinion, Alt Pizza served up one of the best pizzas I’ve ever had, and of course, it was very affordable too, especially for the relatively generous portions of toppings, and it definitely is the go-to pizza place if you are craving for pizzas. The place was surprisingly quiet for a place as good as this though, maybe it has to do with the weird time we dropped by though, but I sure hope that it gets popular because it deserves every attention by pizza lovers!

Alt pizza is located at Suntec City tower 4, opposite Duke bakery. It is outside the mall though!

Opening hours: 11am to 10pm daily! 

Ending this post off with the picture I took on that day with me and my new helmet.

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