[Food Review] A New Korean Food Trend Arrives in Singapore at Pizza Maru!

Jonan Liang

| December 27, 2017

Korean pizza is the new talk of the town for Korean food trends. Newly arrived in Singapore at Northpoint City, you can find Pizza Maru, a franchise straight out of Korea that offers a unique selections of Korean pizzas, fried chicken and more.

Real BBQ Chicago ($26.80 for regular 9 inch pizza)

One of the highlights at Pizza Maru is the Real BBQ Chicago from the Chicago Pizza Range which is made with black rice dough. Bedded with a fragrant mixture of ingredients like cream cheese mousse and chicken chunks in BBQ sauce, each slice is robust and gratifying, definitely a unique experience.

Something good to note about its black rice dough — these doughs are all patented as the Singapore franchise imports the flour directly from Korea to keep up with the consistency and quality.

Mango Ocean ($19.80 for regular 9 inch pizza, $23.80 for large 12 inch pizza)

Another favourite from the menu is the Mango Ocean under the Premium Pizza range. The Mango Ocean, other than it’s unorthodox name, comes with an amazing burst of flavours. It is made with nutritious green tea wellbeing dough and embodies the Korean style with finesse, blending seafood and traditional spicy Buldak sauce immaculately. You can also choose to top-up extra to opt for the gold edge crust, a crispier version of the pizza.

Supa Hot Dak Gangjeong ($16.80 for 6 pieces, $29.80 for 12 pieces) 

If you’re still craving for more, Pizza Maru also serve the standard Korean fried chicken in different flavours. They offer the Honey Butter Coat, Onion Tartar and if you want to spice things up, the Supa Hot Dak Gangjeong.

Spam Tower ($12.80)

Also, for the spam-lovers out there, their Spam Tower tastes and looks impressive. The crispy spam coupled with fried kimchi, crunchy onion and bell peppers made for a great dish overall.

Poppilicious ($10.90)

We took a peek at their dessert offerings and Poppilicious is another unique dish that you don’t see often! It is a generous scoop of sea salt caramel ice-cream on top of popcorn drizzled with caramel syrup. If that’s not a mouth-watering dessert, we don’t know what is!

This is the exact definition of cheese-pull game strong. Though the franchise in Singapore do not serve any pork or lard in their menu, we are already looking forward to what they will have in store for their future new menu.

Head down to Northpoint City to check out what this Korean pizza trend is all about and don’t miss out!

Getting here: Northpoint City (South Wing),#B1-192/193
Telephone: 6254 4307
Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11:30am – 10:00pm (Last order at 9.30pm)

This is a media invitation by Pizza Maru and all reviews reflect our own personal preference.

(Photos: Nicole)


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