10 Pizza Delivery Shops In Singapore


This list of 10 pizza delivery places in Singapore is dedicated to my class. True story: My students wanted to find a place to dine in Singapore which can hold large groups, sells Halal-certified food, and serves affordable okay-tasting food.

After tons of recommendations from the lecturer cum food blogger, they ended up ordering pizzas in school. Serious. They called the D brand because they didn’t know what else there was. I got exasperated and told them “I will do something about it.”

This list includes pizza delivery numbers, websites, operating hours (if indicated), whether it is Halal, delivery charges and other terms & conditions. Hope it will be helpful for those who need more food for your parties, company pantry parties, teachers who want to treat your classes something, and soccer fans staying up late with buddies.

The 10 Pizza Delivery Shops In Singapore, and more.

Delivery Hotline: +65 63777773
Website: http://www.spizza.sg/pages/delivery
Operating Hours 12:30pm – 2:30pm, 6:30pm – 1030pm (Mon-Fri); 12:30pm – 10:30pm (Sat-Sun)

Known for serving authentic thin-crusted pizzas, baked in specially-sourced wood ovens. For delivery, all pizzas are in 12 inches and cost $22-$24. Can cause slight confusion because pizzas are named after females such as Anna, Barbara, Claudia and Donna. A Hawaiian would have been a Juliana.

Orders below $30 are subject to $8 delivery charge; above $30 but below $60 $4 (call-in order) & $3 (online order); $60 and above enjoy free delivery. Additional $5 for public holidays. Friends in Tuas, a minimum order of $100 is required. (Read: Spizza)

Delivery Hotline: +65 62226333
Website: http://www.dominos.com.sg
Operating Hours: 10:30am – 11:00pm

Domino’s pizzas come with 5 different crusts such as crunchy thin, New York, cheese burst and cheese crust. They are known for their classic hand tossed (a large 12 inch is $29.80). I personally quite like the brand for their generous toppings and interesting sauces. And they are Halal-certified.

They are the only pizza company that guarantees your order will arrive within 30 minutes or they will give you a free regular pizza voucher. BUT… it requires a purchase to be used. I ordered twice, and both times I received the vouchers. In fact, the delivery guy who was late by 45 minutes passed me a stack.

Saprino’s Pizzeria
Delivery Hotline: +65 66363636
Website: http://www.sarpinos.sg

Many fans vow by their taste and generous toppings, with the popular flavours being aloha, teriyaki chicken, and pepperoni pizza. I like that their crust is not overly thick. An Aloha Turkey bacon and sweet pineapples topped with mozzarella cheese cost $23.80 for 1 large 14 inch pizza, $35.00 for 2. Delivery charge of $3 will be applicable per order. Minimum order of $20 for delivery. Halal-certified.

Canadian Pizza
Delivery Hotline: +65 62410241
Website: http://www.canadian-pizza.com
Operating Hours: 11am-10:30pm (Sun-Fri), 11am-11pm (Sat, eve of PH)

Known for their “2 for 1 pizza”, buy 1 get 1 free always. For the budget conscious, say a BBQ Chicken Standard Pizza is $37.90 for two 14 inched ones. I personally feel that their taste is most family-friendly safe, good for ordering for class gatherings.

Currently has 28 delivery outlets in Singapore. Free drink for every $45 purchase. $3 surcharge applies for every order. Halal-certified.

Pizza Hut
Delivery Hotline: +65 62353535
Website: http://www.phdelivery.com.sg
Operating Hours: 10:30am – 11:00pm Daily

Pizza Hut probably scores in brand recall. I mean, who can’t remember their phone numbers. Tip is to look out for their online specials: Currently, they are promoting 3 large pizzas for $48, a Big Box combo with regular pan pizza, wings, hash brown and pasta for a wallet-friendly $29.90. Halal-certified.

Minimum order is $12. $4 delivery surcharge applies for orders via phone and S$3.5 applies for online orders. For orders above $200, please call 2 hours in advance. The flipside is limited delivery areas, and delivery services may be temporarily unavailable in selected areas due to bad weather or unforeseen circumstances. Payment by cash, Visa and MasterCard credit cards only. (Read: Pizza Hut)

Rocky’s Pizza & Pasta
Delivery Hotline: +65 64689188 / +65 63446868
Website: http://www.rockyspizza.sg

Rocky’s Pizza has been at Sunset Way for more than 20 years, and their American style large sized pizzas have been popular among families. You customize pizzas to your liking, and choose any of the toppings in the menu including pepperoni, ham, beef, sausage, chicken, tuna, egg, anchovy, tomato and mushroom. $25.00 for X-large 16 inch Deluxe Cheese.

$3 delivery surcharge applicable. Other specialities such as calzoni, lasagne, wings, salads and submarines available.

Peperoni Pizza
Delivery Hotline: +65 68996899
Website: http://www.peperoni.com.sg
Operating Hours: 1pm – 9:30pm

One of my favourite pizza brands in terms of taste and cheesy-ness. After all, it’s by the Les Amis group. Their wood-fired pizzas can go up to 21 inch which feeds 4-6 people, but is also pricier at $50. A large 12 inch is at $24.

Delivery service is available mainly around its three outlets at Binjai Park, Zion Road and Frankel Avenue. Delivery usually takes 40-50 minutes at non-peak times and 60-90 minutes at peak times like weekends or public holidays. It is always recommended ordering early. Minimum order of $30. $4 delivery charge applies for orders below S$60. Free delivery for orders above S$60. Extra charge of $2 for deliveries on weekends and public holidays. (Read: Peperoni Pizzeria)

Napolizz Pizza
Delivery Hotline: +65 62808220
Website: http://www.napolizz.sg/pizza
Operating Hours: 12pm-10.30pm

This is a solo shop at Upper Paya Lebar. The owner is a chef who had worked at various Italian restaurants before venturing out to come out with his own 12 inch pizza. An American pizza with mozzarella, tomato, cooked ham and pineapple is at $22.00.

Delivery covers the North, East, North-East and Town areas of Singapore. For delivery to areas not covered, a minimum spending of $80 is required, otherwise, a delivery charge of $8 will be applied. Orders below $50.00 are subjected to a delivery charge of $4.00.

Tony’s Pizza
Delivery Hotline: +65 67773992
Website: http://tonyspizza.sg/menus
Operating Hours: 11am – 11pm

Tony’s Pizza New York-style pizzas are known to be large, wide, thin, doughy and hand-tossed. They are also quite pricey, an 18 inch plain cheese at $42, and Hawaiian at $48.

Orders below $30 are subject to $8 delivery charge. Orders that are $30 and above but below $60 are subject to $4 delivery charge. Orders that are $60 and above enjoy free delivery. Delivery charges are based on total bill and subject to GST. Acceptable payment modes include cash and credit cards (Visa/Mastercard) (Read: Tony’s Pizza)

Pezzo Pizza
Delivery Hotline: +65 66656565
Website: http://pezzo.com.sg/delivery
Operating Hours: 10am – 10pm

Pezzo Pizzas are popular among the youths, with quite exciting flavours such as Meat Sicilian, BBQ Bonanza, Hola Hawaiian and Italian Chicken. I loved the toppings but the crust could be too thick for my liking. Pezzo is also the pricier mass-market pizza comparatively due to more ingredients. A large 14 inch pizza is about $36.00. Payment by cash only. Halal-certified.

[Updated: Opps, as of 30th June 2014, Pezzo Pizza has stopped island wide delivery. What a shame!] (Read Pezzo Pizza)

Crosta Pizza
Delivery Hotline: +65 62955505 (Crawford Lane)
Website: http://crostapizza.sg

Crust Gourmet Pizza Bar
Delivery Hotline: +65 64672224 (Holland Village), +65 64442488 (Katong), +65 66367666 (Serangoon Gardens), +65 64561555 (Upper Thomson)
Website: http://www.crustpizza.com.sg

Extra Virgin Pizza
Delivery Hotline: +65 62475757 (Novena United Square), +65 62475757 (Asia Square)
Website: http://extravirginpizza.com/evp

Haven Gourmet Pizza
Delivery Hotline: +65 63655411 (Woodlands), +65 67791155 (Clementi)
Website: http://www.havenpizza.com

Pasta Mania
Delivery Hotline: +65 62757555
Website: http://pastamaniadelivery.sg

Delivery Hotline: +65 67778998
Website: http://www.pizza4u.sg

Do share with me your pizza ordering experiences – I know some can be smooth-sailing while others extremely frustrating talking to the other person over the phone. Tell us which to go for, and which to avoid.

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15 Responses to “10 Pizza Delivery Shops In Singapore”

  1. June 16, 2014 at 2:34 am #

    I like Peperoni Pizzeria and their XXL pizzas a lot!

  2. Kenny
    June 16, 2014 at 11:11 am #

    I think Peperoni doesn’t delivery their largest pizza…. might have changed since i last ordered…

  3. Esther
    June 16, 2014 at 9:50 pm #

    Saprino was terrible. I ordered it for dinner yesterday. The pizza was dry and hard and the honey chicken was a dull grey/brown colour, instead of a nice golden brown. Will never order it again.

  4. Sheree
    June 29, 2014 at 12:12 pm #

    Try pizza de France

  5. Anon
    October 22, 2014 at 1:11 pm #

    Are these all halal?

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    January 24, 2015 at 10:26 am #


  8. April 6, 2015 at 11:29 am #

    If you are feeling hungry and searching for Italian Food Restaurant for pizza in Singapore, then Marco Marco is the popular Italian food Restaurant in Singapore. We serve fast, casual and amazing pizza in Singapore with wide variety of Pizza at an inexpensive price.Choose from traditional Italian dishes or our specially in-house created range of international inspired recipes.

    • admin
      April 6, 2015 at 3:00 pm #

      Do you do delivery? No right?

      • Sam
        July 29, 2015 at 2:05 pm #

        Omitting pizza defrance is a huge mistake.
        It is worth a good try in any case.

  9. James Tan
    April 7, 2015 at 5:55 pm #

    Hey guys just tried the best pizza in Singapore at PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA in Tampnies. The taste is simply superb, specially With the Garlic Dip the pizza never tasted so much better..

    Follow the links to get your taste buds Going.. Njoy


    • HL
      May 15, 2015 at 2:28 pm #

      no advertising here lah.. r u sure the garlic dip is nice? when i opened mine that time had a very weird n sour smell..the pizza crust very thick. but gt display window see the pizza maker.. overall i still prefer domino

  10. July 16, 2015 at 8:17 pm #

    Thanks for consolidating the list of good pizza delivery in Singapore. It is helpful especially when I am troubled on which pizza to order.

    I frequently order from Rite Pizza and I find that the garlic bread and chicken wings are very nice. Most importantly, it is pretty value-for-money. Just want to share some info.

    Hope it is helpful. :)

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  12. Esmi Lee
    February 3, 2016 at 1:07 pm #

    love your list, as I’m an absolute pizzas lover! just talking about it makes me feel hungry!

    Another pizza I recently discovered and adore, is from Al Borgo. Their thin crust pizza with unique flavours is absolutely delicious! My fave is their Pancetta Pizza (With Bacon!) and Marinara Pizza (With Rocket Salad on top!)

    Best part the pizza is still so yummy, when delivered! Nom Nom!

    Good things must share

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