Plank Pizza: Singapore's Only Sourdough Pizza, Hidden In A Secret Location At Bukit Timah

Plank Sourdough Pizza @ Namly Estate
64 Namly Place, Namly Estate (Bukit Timah), Singapore 267208

Nearest MRT: Sixth Avenue
Contact: +65 6466 2280
Website: Plank Sourdough Pizza

Plank Pizza pizza 7
Pizza #4, $23.00
Tomato, pulled BBQ chicken, cranberry compote, camembert, rocket, extra virgin olive oil

Plank Pizza BBQ chicken pizza

Plank Pizza truffle mushroom pizza
Pizza #7, $26.00
Tomato, sauteƩ onions, portobello and oyster mushrooms with mirin, flaked parmesan, truffle oil

Plank Pizza flatlay

Plank Affogato
Plank Affogato, $9.50
Vanilla ice cream, double-shot all press espresso, caramel sauce and toasted almonds with a dust of icing sugar and cinnamon

Plank Pizza Cheese Plank Pizza
Cheese Plank Pizza, $14.00
Caramelised garlic creme fraiche, blue cheese, fig jam, caramelised walnuts, maple syrup, thyme and lemon zest
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Plank Pizza Menu

Rating: 3.9/5

My two cents:

This pizzeria was an unexpected treasure find, and for that I really have to thank sgcafehopping for dragging me along to this food tasting session! I always believed that despite Singapore's limited land mass, we still have several fabulous eateries hidden throughout the island and this is definitely one of them!

Plank Sourdough Pizza is opened by the same owner of Baker & Cook, and has two locations in Singapore: one at East Coast and the newly opened Namly Estate (also where Baker & Cook resides at).

It was my first time having sour dough pizza and I gotta admit, I am a huge fan of it! I like the topping combinations, and the sourdough pizza base – it's like having a sourdough bread that is flatter and thinner.

Both pizza flavours as featured in this post are favourites of the restaurant that is commonly ordered by their customers. It is hard to decide which one that I do prefer more as they each boast their own unique feature.

The pulled BBQ chicken pizza is sweeter in nature due to the cranberry compote, and carried a tinge of tanginess from the tomato base. The rocket lettuce provided an additional crunch and refreshing factor to the dish.

As for the vegetarian pizza, anything with truffle oil, I'll love! This is definitely a pizza for those who are unadventurous and prefer to stick with a safer option. It has your traditional flavours of tomato, mushrooms and flaky parmesan cheese.

Now onto desserts there are two options available on the menu, either the plank affogato or cheese plank pizza.

The plank affogato was what you'd expect from an affogato, fragrant espresso topped onto a creamy scoop of vanilla ice cream, added with some toasted almonds for a bit of crunch and texture.

The cheese plank pizza was something new and what I had never tried before. I am not a fan of blue cheese, but this one I do like! The cheese plank pizza also uses a sourdough base; it is sweet in flavour due to addition of maple syrup and fig jam. I would highly recommend trying out this dessert – you'll fall in love with it like I did – and due to the large portion, please do share this with your fellow diners!

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Note: This post was sponsored by Plank Sourdough Pizza.

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