Friday 13 November 2015

Crust Gourmet Pizza!

Last weekend, Js had a wonderful time making pizzas at Crust Gourmet Pizza Bar! Not for play, but for consumption. It's always nice that they learn to work for food at times. 

We were very warmly welcome into the cosy little restaurant with little chefs hats and aprons. It was most thoughtful that doodling materials were prepared for the little ones to design their master chef hats. Great 'entertainment' while waiting for their go in the kitchen.

Little hat designers

 Crust pizza was first launched in Australia and widely known for serving delicious pizzas with the freshest ingredients. It started franchising in 2007, and that's how it landed in Singapore with 3 outlets at current - Holland Village, Upper Thomson and Serangoon Garden. 

Their appeal is that they have a wide selection of premium meats, fresh vegetables and gourmet cheeses. Quality is also maintained during delivery (If you choose to party at home with pizzas). There is the vegetarian and gluten free range for different diet requirements, as well as sides such as chicken wings, wedges and salads to complement your pizza party. 

Little chefs at work

First, they learned to put on their gloves for hygiene. Hats were abandoned because they thought they would look funny in it. Js created a really simple pizza for their tummies. Tomato and cheese for Jare, mushrooms and spinach for Jazz. If your kids are small eaters, a kid's sized pizza (9 inch) is good for two.

You might realise Js have got a beautiful rolled out crust, but not one they kneaded and rolled. The dough was made and brought in from Australia. Some recipes are just not capable of being well tasted in our humidity. After baked, the crust stays amazingly crisp and fresh.  

I have a special love for pizza crust, and this is one that tastes really good to my liking. I had preferred it thinner, so the kids' round pizza appealed more to me. The adults pizza seemed to have a thicker crust (from the same dough) and it ain't traditionally round. It's rectangular, 13 by 8 inch. So who says pizzas are always round? 

Looking and tasting good!

Oh man, it's just torturing to be writing this near lunch. 

Well, it's great to know that I have now an added option to my home pizza party! Oh wait, I do need to check if they deliver to my venue. Certain locations only, so do call and check.

Crust Holland Village
34B Lorong Mambong S(277691)
Tel: 6467 2224
Delivery areas: Bukit Timah, Clementi, Orchard, River valley and Queenstown

Crust Upper Thomson
215R Upper Thomson Road S(574349)
Tel: 6456 1555
Delivery areas: Ang Mo Kio, Bishan, Novena, Upper Thomson and Toa Payoh

Crust Serangoon Garden
1 Maju Avenue, my village @ Serangoon Garden, #B1-23/24, S(556679)
Tel: 6636 7666
Delivery areas: Macpherson, Punggol, Serangoon, Hougang and Sengkang

Delivery is for a minimum order of $25 (Charges apply, depending on distance). Free delivery for $200 and above. 

Click here for the Online menu. Some signature pizzas for recommend are:
Peri peri chicken ($24)
Moroccan Lamb ($29)
Crust Supreme ($26)
Vegetarian Supreme ($25)
Wagyu Beef and Prawn ($39)

And of course, that depends on what you love! I'm am quite a fan of melted cheese on pizzas. The more on my it, the more I love. I would definitely try the Gourmet Cheese pizza ($23) - Feta cheese, Gorgonzola cheese, Bocconcini cheese, garnished with fresh buffalo mozzarella chesse and fresh basil leaves. Yums! Just my kind.a

Have you tried crust? If not, the best time is now or soon! Here's a special treat our readers. FREE kids 9-inch pizza with every pizza order. Quote "CRUSTFAMILY" when placing order. Available for dine-in, takeaway and delivery. Valid till 31 March 2016. Don't miss this!

Going to find lunch now....

Disclaimer: We were invited to a pizza making session with Crust. All opinions and photos are solely ours.

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