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Saizeriya PLQ : Afforable Italian Fare

Affordable, yet exquisite Italian cuisine?

We had never experienced such a combination until our children insisted we try Saizeriya. Saizeriya, a chain of family-style Italian restaurants originating from Japan, has over 30 locations in Singapore. Despite the unexpected fusion of Japanese and Italian influences, the food turned out to be remarkably delicious.

Saizeriya can be likened to the Italian counterpart of Aston. Its primary clientele consists of teenagers and families. One notable aspect is its incredibly reasonable prices. While many renowned food establishments have fallen victim to the downsizing trend, Saizeriya remains unaffected.

We headed to the PLQ outlet for a meal. While the decor is pretty ordinary, it was the food we are here for. Given the affordable nature of the menu, we decided to indulge in a variety of dishes.


Mushroom Soup $2.90

To begin our meal, we opted for the Mushroom Room, priced at a mere $2.90. This delightful creamy soup, enriched with button mushrooms, provided the perfect introduction to our dining experience.

Garlic Focaccia $2.30

To complement the soup, we added Garlic Focaccia.


Oven Grilled Escargots $5.90

Added the Oven Grilled Escargots as an appetizer. While it may not look glamorous, the garlic and onion mask any lingering scent of the snail. While it may not be ideal for Escargots lovers,  for the price, it is hard to fault it.

Main Dish

Hawaiian Pizza $7.90

What's an Italian meal without Pizza?

This Hawaiian pizza may not necessarily win over any food critic; the portion would suffice for one.

Four Cheese Ravioli $5.90

This traditional pasta is filled with Ricotta, Edam, Gorgonzola and Emmental Cheese. The generous melted cheese is a delectable experience for your taste buds.

Bacon & Mushroom Risotto $5.90

Risotto Rice with Bacon and Mushroom. This dish may not leave a lasting impression, but is is satisfying on its own.

Tuscan Lam Chop $10.90

When it comes to lamb dishes, it's often a hit or miss. This particular dish exceeds expectations with tender and easy-to-chew meat. Prices at less than half the usual cost of lamb dishes elsewhere, it is worth every penny.


Pistachio Semifreddo $4.90

We started off the desert with Pistachio Semifreddo.  A decent Semifreddo of Pistachio on a bed of Cocoa Meringue granules.

Chocolate Lava $5.90

The sponge cake does not look like the enticing photo, and the Chocolate is not as warm as we would like.  Not the best of the lot.

Salted Caramel Semifreddo $4.90

This is the best dessert of the lot. It has delicate Meringue filled with Salted Carmel Semifreddo, decorated with cookie crumbs. The only gripe is that it looks like it is out from a confectionary rather than a kitchen.

Free Flow Drink Bar $2.90

If you are thirsty, free-flow drinks at $2.90 per pax are worth it. Kids aged 4-12 is at $1.50. Under 3 drinks free.


We can see why this Italian resturant attracts a long queue during meal times. With its affordable price tag, extensive menu and decent food quality, we reckon repeated visits is on the cards.

The views on this post are based on personal experiences and opinions. The ranking is based on 5 stars. Rankings are based on personal experience and may not reflect the same as what others may have experienced.TWD is not liable for any experiences by the reader at the establishment. #notsponsored

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