Eating pizza at Small’s, Singapore’s smallest restaurant

The restaurant has 4 seats and serves pizza omakase-style.
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Singaporean chef Bjorn Shen officially opened Small’s, a four-seat chef’s counter attached to Artichoke. Here, the guests can enjoy an unconventional dining experience: pizza omakase.

Omakase pizza menu (S$500 for four diners) inspired by the pizza Shen used to enjoy growing up in the 80s and 90s.

The place is very private, and a big part of the experience will be the guests’ personal engagement with the chef as he will show them cool ingredients like octopus bottarga, sea grape powder, etc.

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Small’s offers the family-style meals three times a week for a group of four diners per night, beginning on February 1.

“I had my first pizza revelation in Japan five years ago—a Neapolitan pie at a tiny, un-hyped shop in Osaka. A year later, I had my mind blown by Roman-style pizza at a fancy place in Tokyo,” Shen said.

Ummi Lulu
Journalist at News Asia Today. From Indonesia. I write about life, tech, and business related topics happening in Asia.