Not for the fainthearted is the Sambal Chicken (S$15.90). The sambal of a deep maroon had me clamouring for many mouthfuls of water, its potency further kicked up by the jalapeño peppers, red chilli and green peppers. Though my heart was willing, my brain stopped me from going for seconds. This is one for those who can take spicy food very well.
Pizza Arc’s offerings are good, its prices even more attractive. The most expensive mainstays belong to the twelve-inch Premium Pizza category, and they go at only S$15.90. The next time you are hankering for pizzas and wish to order in, be sure to consider Pizza Arc.
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Editor’s Note: I first profiled Pizza Arc on 19 July 2018. In a bid to improve the overall quality of the content on this website, I retook and uploaded new photos of the pizzas on 7 January 2019. Being new to photography (and being not the sharpest tool), I completely missed the fact that Pizza Arc is in fact a halal-certified pizza joint, and erroneously placed two beer bottles in the background as decorative props. Many apologies for this glaring misrepresentation, and lesson learnt.
Address: Blk 236 Yishun Ring Road #01-1020 S760236
Operating Hours: 4.30pm – 9.30pm All days except Wednesdays