Discover  Eat  Food  Lifestyle   ·   08 Feb   ·   01:02 PM   ·   3 minutes Read

Order In Some Beef Pizza To Spice Up Your Niu Year

  
Credit: Pizzamaru, @stormscape

Since 2021 is the Year of The Ox, why not usher in the Lunar New Year with some beef pizza? Simply choose what you like and order in some pizza. No fuss, no muss.

Let’s run through the gamut of pizza places that deliver great pizza to your door.

Beef Supreme 12”

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Love the taste of beef?

Uncle Tony’s Beef Supreme features smoked beef pepperoni laid on Uncle Tony’s in-house beef Bolognese sauce, together with premium mozzarella cheese and Uncle Tony’s secret tomato sauce.

Cowabunga!

Celebrated for their affordable and delicious pizzas, Uncle Tony’s may have started out from a single shophouse in Bishan but their head chef is trained in the one of the top culinary schools in Italy.

Now that they have 8 kitchens island-wide, they’ll be able to deliver to your doorstep within an hour!

Price: $16.90

Free delivery from $60 spent or above. All other deliveries will carry a $5.90 delivery surcharge.

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Xandra 12”

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The Xandra is a ground beef pizza with a zesty mouthfeel, owing to the red onions, pineapples and bell peppers Spizza has sprinkled on top. Its thin crust makes sure that it’s easy to roll up and stuff in your mouth. It’s almost like eating a taco!

For nearly two decades, Spizza has been the to-go place for many Singaporeans to hang out and eat traditional wood-fired thin-crust pizzas, as well as other Italian treats.

Price: $23.00

Free delivery from $60 spent or above. All other deliveries will carry a $3.00 delivery charge. Note that ordering on public holidays will incur a further $3.

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Carpaccio di Manzo 12”

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Ever had carpaccio?

That’s raw beef sliced super thin with olive oil and lemon juice drizzled on top. You’ll also get cherry tomatoes, rocket leaves, parmesan cheese and mozzarella cheese to go along with your carpaccio on this thin-crust pizza. Mmm.

Ricciotti is a restaurant bar in Clarke Quay that’s been around since 2004. They are known for their fine Italian food, cosy ambience and great service.

Price: $28.00

Note: Ricciotti has a minimum order of $60. A delivery fee of $10 will apply for orders below $100.

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Bulgogi Pizza

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Bulgogi beef is thin strips of beef marinated in soy sauce, garlic, ground black pepper, sesame oil and some sugar. It’s usually prepared either stir-fried or grilled. It also makes for a great pizza topping! Along with the mouthwatering bulgogi, you’ll also get onions, bell peppers and mushroom. The pizza itself is made from green tea dough – a healthier alternative, according to Pizzamaru themselves, to the other pizza doughs you find out there.

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Pizzamaru came to Singapore from Korea in 2017. It has branches in Yishun, JEWEL Changi Airport as well as in Bugis. Apart from pizza, it also serves Korean style fried chicken, pasta and toppoki, a Korean stir-fried rice cake.

Price: $20.90

Note: Pizzamaru has a minimum order of $50. A $8 delivery will be applied on top of that.

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Meatless Lovers

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For the vegans out there who secretly miss the taste of beef, there’s always Impossible meat. Dubbed the Meatless Lovers, a play on the classic Meat Lovers Pizza available just about anywhere, this is a cruelty-free pizza suitable for just about anybody.

You’ll get Impossible meat, Omnipork, Spanish onions, tomatoes and basil. All drenched in a in-house spicy tomato sauce!

Meatless Lovers is by Sunny Slices, a vegan pizza restaurant that opened its doors just last year. They are part of the Ebb and Flow Group, which is also behind the re-opening of iconic old-school Chin Mee Chin.

Price: $22.50

Orders below $100 will incur a $10 delivery fee. Not available on Mondays.

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Pizza is not recommended for pets. | Credit: @nelsonandjuniper

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