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Spizza @ East Coast Road

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Think Spizza and I think family casual restaurant - the outlet at East Coast Road has been largely under my radar until now. A great hangout for weekdays especially when crowd is manageable and great for a quick eat out.

DIY Pasta and Pizzas are fabulous options for the fickle minded - and we had a go at creating our own pastas.


Whole Wheat Fusill ($17), Aglio, Olio e Pepperoncino with Shrimps ($1.80), Grilled Chicken ($3)

Whole wheat pasta is fast gaining popularity amongst the healthier nuts and this provided the pasta with a firmer texture, almost like al dente. Aglio olio blend was tasty and grilled chicken was a better accompaniment than the shrimps. 


Freshly made Fettuccine ($17.50), Crab meat, Tomato sauce and Chilli ($2.50), Italian Minced Meat ($3)

The freshly made pasta resonated better with me, slurpworthy twirls of fettucine and the tomato sauce crabmeat combination worked for me except missing out on more spiciness. 


Ravioli with Ricotta and Spinach stuffing in Tomato sauce ($18)

I may have eaten all the wrong raviolis previously to like this form of pasta least, these pasta parcels were beautifully made, stuffed with ricotta and spinach and served with a tantalizing tomato sauce. 


Traditional oven-baked Beef Lasagna ($18)


Hearty and very wholesome, while the minced beef could do with more seasoning - piping hot lasagna with a copious amount of cheese and sheet pasta makes for a perfect comfort casserole dish. 


Sofia ($25)
Tomato, Mozzarella, Shrimps, Mussels, Scallops, Calamari, fresh Basil


Franca ($24.50)
Tomato, Mozzarella, Porcini Mushrooms, Pancetta Bacon

The pizzas were thin crust and had a generous sprinkling of ingredients, my vote leans towards Franca for flavours! Sofia was hinging on bland. 

One for keeps, Spizza is for everyone - as I learnt. Young and old. 

Spizza East Coast
217 East Coast Road
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