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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
O Mamma Mia

  • O Mamma Mia
    Pizzas from O Mamma Mia
  • O Mamma Mia
    Pastas from O Mamma Mia

Hailing all the way from Spain is O Mamma Mia, an Italian specialist serving up classic pizza and pasta dishes, located at Causeway Point. Italian Sergio Bracci founded the brand in 1972 and has since expanded it to 23 outlets in Spain. They are best known for their use of ingredients imported from Italy.

Highlights include a selection of 15 pizza flavors, ranging from the cheesy Formagg ($3.90) to the classic Hawaiana with ham, pineapple, tomato and mozzarella cheese ($3.90). On the desserts front, the Nutella pizza with banana ($3.50) will easily hit that sweet spot. Pastas here are done DIY style, where you’ll get to choose your preferred type of pasta with sauces like bolognese ($7.90), arrabbiata ($7.90) and cheese ($8.20). Expect the usual serving of soft drinks like coke ($2.70), ice lemon tea ($2.70) or bottled water ($1.50).

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Phone: 6706-2017
O Mamma Mia, #01-K04 Causeway Point, 1 Woodlands Square, Singapore, 738099 Singapore

Area:

West

Nearest Train:

Woodlands

Opening Hours:

daily 10:30am-10:30pm

Price Range:

$ - $

Cuisine:

Italian

Open Since:

March, 2017
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O Mamma Mia
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