Pizza Pazza@Anchorpoint

Demona: Dogma and I stopped by at Anchorpoint for dinner before heading over to IKEA for a walk. We weren’t very hungry so we decided to share a meal at the food court.

According to Dogma,the owner of this place used to run a widely known Italian restaurant called, Il Piccolo for several years earlier but was forced to close down due to the regional recession.

After a few more new business trials, he landed on Pizza Pazza, at Anchorpoint. Business picked up like forest fire, and soon enough, the blaze of crowd grew. There was a queue when we went there too. Most of the tables had at least one plate of meal from Pizza Pazza. The price of the meals were down right cheap too, ranging from SGD 5 to SGD 10, maybe 12.

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Demona: I chose the chicken chop spaghetti, priced at SGD 6.50. The portion was quite big for one. The pict above showed the spaghetti, yet to be stirred to mix them thoroughly with the sauce. I added cheese powder, some herbs and tabasco along as well.

Demona: We were terrible disappointed at the outcome of the meal. The spaghetti sauce was too little and diluted, thus it did not stick on to the spaghetti. They would have tasted much more bland if I did not add the herbs, cheese powder and tabasco. The boneless fried chicken strips were average (fried food never go too far wrong). The chicken meat was pretty fatty ( I could tell from its skin).

Verdict: We both agreed that Dogma definitely outshone the chef who prepared this meal any day. I would rather use the same amount of money for a satisfying meal at Botak Jones instead.

Dinner@Alexandria Village Hawker Centre

Our pre-dinner at Alexandra Village Hawker Centre after our window shopping trip at Ikea/Queensway shopping centre.

I’d previously tried the roast duck stall and find it pretty good value for money. The roast duck/char-siew rice is only 3.50 with thick gravy drenched all over the meat/rice. The stall owner was pretty rude but hey, I’m only for the food!

This time around i brought Demona there to try it out……….


1) Roast Duck Thigh + Charsiew rice@8.00sgd: I’d specifically asked the chef to go slow on the gravy and keep it to the side of hte dishes. As they did not have any good cuts of Roast duck left, I’d ordered the Roast duck Thigh instead. It was a mistake as the Duck thigh alone cost me $5.00 and the whole dish consisting of rice, roast duck thigh and charsiew cost a whopping $8.00. A definitely no go price range for me. The roast duck was decently roasted and the gravy provided an high octane of glucose dose..however, I still find it lacking in some nicely burnt crackling duck skin and the gravy could do with more herbal note. It is a decent roast duck stall but I had definitely tasted much better roast duck rice in KL.


2) Avocade drink: Extremely milky. I did not really enjoyed this avocado drink. I could not taste much avocado in it either. I still prefer to have my avocado eaten raw with salad or with mayo.