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Latest List of Domino’s Pizza Menu Price List Singapore 2023

Domino’s menu Singapore has a variety of cool and tasty food items. The prices of all the items vary according to the quantity of food. Here is the complete Domino’s Menu Singapore with latest price lists which are taken directly from Domino’s menu:


1-for-1 Regular Pizzafrom S$ 25.90S$ 51.80
1-for-1 Large Pizza (Crunchy Thin Crust)from S$ 33.90S$ 67.80
Party Set (5-6pax) (U.P. $99.50)from S$ 55.70
Family set (3-4pax) (U.P. $58.60)from S$ 35.80
Buddies Bundle (2-3pax) (U.P. $45.70)from S$ 30.70
Awesome FoursomeS$ 23.90

NEW! Cheeseburger Pizza

he pizza comes in two options, either with chicken or beef, starting from S$25.90 and S$28.90 respectively. The combination of juicy burgers and melted cheese on top of a crispy pizza crust is sure to satisfy any cravings. Whether you opt for the chicken or beef version, you won’t be disappointed by the delicious blend of flavors.

Cheeseburger Pizza (Chicken)from S$ 25.90
Cheeseburger Pizza (Beef)from S$ 28.90
NEW! Cheeseburger Pizza

1-For-1 Pizzas

1-for-1 Personal Pizzafrom S$ 12.90S$ 25.80
1-for-1 Regular Pizzafrom S$ 25.90S$ 51.80
1-for-1 Large Pizza (Crunchy Thin Crust)from S$ 33.90S$ 67.80
1-for-1 Xtra Large Pizzafrom S$ 41.90S$ 83.80

Festive Specials

Huat Up Bundle (U.P. $154.60)from S$ 88

Bundles Up to 50% Off

heir Buddies Bundle, designed for 2-3 people, is now available at a discounted price of S$ 30.70, compared to the original price of S$ 45.70. The Family Set, perfect for 3-4 people, has also been reduced from S$ 58.60 to S$ 35.80. And for larger gatherings, the Party Set for 5-6 people is now available for only S$ 55.70, a reduction from its original price of S$ 99.50. And if you’re having a big party of 8-10 people, the Party of 8-10 set is now available at S$ 95.60, compared to its original price of S$ 155.40.

Buddies Bundle (2-3pax) (U.P. $45.70)from S$ 30.70
Family set (3-4pax) (U.P. $58.60)from S$ 35.80
Party Set (5-6pax) (U.P. $99.50)from S$ 55.70
Party of 8-10 (U.P. $155.40)from S$ 95.60

50% Off Selected Items!

Banana Kaya (6 slices)S$ 4.45S$ 8.90
Crazy Chicken Crunchies (Original)S$ 5.95S$ 11.90
Crazy Chicken Crunchies (Tom Yam)S$ 5.95S$ 11.90
BreadstixS$ 3.95S$ 7.90
Garlic Cheese Onion RingsS$ 2.95S$ 5.90
Beef Spaghetti alla NapolitanaS$ 6.45S$ 12.90


Meatasaurus Pizzafrom S$ 30.90
Chicken Temptation Pizza (Popular)from S$ 28.90
Romano Margherita Pizzafrom S$ 25.90
Ultimate Hawaiian Pizza (Popular)from S$ 30.90
Portofino Prawn Pizzafrom S$ 30.90
Prawn Sensation Pizzafrom S$ 30.90
Meatzza Pizza (Popular)from S$ 28.90
Parmagiana Chicken Pizzafrom S$ 28.90
Extravaganzza Pizzafrom S$ 28.90
Smoky Pepperoni & Mushrooms Pizzafrom S$ 25.90
Simply Cheese Pizzafrom S$ 25.90
The Big BBQ Pizzafrom S$ 25.90


Mac & Cheese (Chicken)S$ 12.90


6pcs Golden Roasted DrummetsS$ 11.90
8pcs Golden Roasted DrummetsS$ 13.90
Awesome FoursomeS$ 23.90
6pcs Golden Roasted Wings (NEW)S$ 11.90
Spinach & Feta FlatbreadS$ 12.90
Twisty BreadS$ 7.90


The standout item for me was the decadent Chocolate Lava Cake, which was rich and creamy and definitely worth the S$9.90 price tag. The Banana Kaya, with its 8 slices, was also a hit, providing a sweet and satisfying experience for only S$13.90. The Cinnastix, priced at S$7.90, was the perfect addition to my meal with its crispy and cinnamon-y flavor.

Chocolate Lava CakeS$ 9.90
Banana Kaya (8 slices)S$ 13.90
CinnastixS$ 7.90


Heaven & Earth Jasmine Green Tea (1.5L)S$ 5.50
Coca-Cola (1.5L)S$ 4.90


The Salsa Sauce and Chilli Flakes are a great addition to any pizza and are priced at only S$0.50 and S$0.20 respectively. These options add a burst of flavor to your pizza, making it even more delicious. The Salsa Sauce adds a tangy and spicy flavor, while the Chilli Flakes add a little bit of heat to your pizza. These are affordable options that are worth trying, and they are perfect for those who like to add a little extra zing to their food.

Salsa SauceS$ 0.50
Chilli FlakesS$ 0.20

Domino’s Singapore 

Domino’s is one of the most prominent fast food chains which specializes in Pizza which is commonly known by the brand name Domino’s. Domino’s was actually founded in the USA back in the 1960s. Since then, Domino’s has dominated in major areas around the globe. Domino’s is now a multinational brand. Depending upon the demands of the area, Domino’s serves a variety of food items which include Italian American main and side dishes. In the very beginning, Domino’s just prioritized serving specially prepared Pizza but it evaluated with time and started producing other major delicious goods. Domino’s opened its 67th franchise in Singapore in 2009 as Singapore is one of the big markets of fast food chains. Awesome Foursome, Mac and Cheese, Spaghetti, The Big BBQ, Twisty Bread, Garlic Cheese, Romano Margherita etc are some of the famous Domino’s menu Singapore items.

Domino's Menu Singapore

Domino’s Singapore  Updated Menu with prices 2023

Singapore is considered as the home for fast food chains and restaurants. All the biggies in the fast food business like KFC, 4Fingers, Burger King etc., have their main branches in Singapore. To cope with all of them Domino’s keeps their menu updated according to the taste of their customers. This has proved to be fruitful for Domino’s as the number of their customers is increasing day by day. Here are some famous food items of Domino’s: 

Domino's Menu Singapore
Domino’s Menu Singapore

Domino’s Best Pizza 

In Singapore Domino’s has more than 25 flavors of pizza with delicious taste, in sizes of extra large (15 inch), large ( 12 inch), regular ( 9 inch) and personal (6 inch). 

You can order these fast food items alternatively with different varieties, and receive delivery within 15-30 minutes. 

Banana Kaya Pizza 

($7.90/6”, $12.90/9”) 

Oven baked with fresh banana slices, sweet pandan kaya, topped with cheese and sprinkled with icing sugar. 

The crust was light and buttery. 

I could taste the rich coconut flavor from the pandan kaya. Also the bananas added an interesting approach to the kaya. They gave the kaya a slightly fruiter taste. The addition of icing sugar gave a little extra sweetness to this dessert pizza. And it’s already too sweet for my liking.  Han’s Cafe Menu Singapore

Cheese Xplosion Pizza 

Are you a huge fan of CHEESE? If yes, you are bound to like this new Cheese Xplosion Pizza from @dominossg, launching today! 

Their cheesiest pizza yet , this rendition features a generous amount of 100% Mozzarella Cheese atop a layer of their cheese & garlic-infused Top Secret sauce, laid on their hand-stretched cheesy crust which oozes with mozzarella & parmesan! Love the subtle crunch rendered by the sprinkle of more parmesan & breadcrumbs! 

Available for a limited time only so catch them soon! Going at $30.90/$40.90 for a regular/large a la carte pizza. For customers who prefer a spicy kick, additional aalsa sauce is available at just 50cents! 

About Domino’s 

The international fast food pizza delivery corporation, Domino’s Pizza, is a renowned and popular choice amongst people for relishing their favorite fast food, the Pizza. Today, this huge franchise has a profound global impact and has more than 10,000 corporate and franchised stores in 70 countries. 

How much does a pizza cost in Singapore?

Top 7 pizza delivery companies in Singapore Pizza delivery company Cost of a 6-inch pizza Pizza Boy From $6.20 Pizza Hut From $9.80 Sarpino’s Pizza From $9.90 Domino’s Pizza From $11.90.

What is the 5.99 deal at Domino’s?

Domino’s is temporarily expanding the fan-favorite two medium, two-topping pizzas for $5.99 each value offer to include Penne Pastas in a dish, Stuffed Cheesy Breads, 8-piece chicken varieties and Oven Baked Sandwiches, encouraging customers to try something they haven’t before – which isn’t always an easy decision.

What are the most popular Domino’s pizzas?

Best Domino’s Pizza Buffalo Chicken Pizza. Pacific Veggie Pizza. Memphis BBQ Chicken Pizza. ExtravaganZZa Feast Pizza. Cali Chicken Bacon Ranch Pizza. Honolulu Hawaiian Pizza. Philly Cheese Steak Pizza. Ultimate Pepperoni Pizza.

Which is the best dish in Dominos?

The Best and Worst Menu Items at Domino’s Best: Pacific Veggie; Medium Pie. Best: Spinach & Feta; Medium Pie. Best: Domino’s Deluxe; Medium Pie. Best: Honolulu Hawaiian; Medium Pie. Best: Wisconsin 6 Cheese; Medium Pie. Best: Memphis BBQ Chicken; Medium Pie. Worst: ExtravaganZZa; Medium Pie. Worst: MeatZZa; Medium Pie.

Is it cheaper to buy a large pizza?

You should always order the large pizza because it will be cheaper per square inch. While a 16-inch pizza is four times the size of the 8-inch pizza, the larger pizza will be far less than four times the price of the small.

How many slices are on a large Domino’s pizza?

How many slices in a large pizza with Hand—Tossed Crust: 8 slices. Each abundant slice offers a perfect balance of pizza toppings atop our hand—tossed, garlic—seasoned crust.

How can I save the most money on Dominos?

Here are the best ways to save money on your Domino’s order: Order one large instead of two small pizzas. …  Get more Garlic and Herb dip. …  Create a giant garlic bread pizza. …  Change your toppings to create a new pizza. …  Save money on potato wedges. …  Use ‘Create Your Own’ to make a cheaper Margherita.

What is Domino’s new special?

$8.99 Medium 2 Topping Pan Pizzas. $12.99 Extra Large 1 Topping Brooklyn Style Pizza. $10.99 each for 2 or more Large 2 Topping Pizzas. $19.99 for 2 Medium 1 Topping Pizzas, 16 piece Parmesan Bread Bites, 8 piece Cinnamon Twists and 2 liter of Coke.

Domino’s Pizza History 

It all started in the year 1960, when two brothers named Tom and James Monaghan bought a small pizzeria in Michigan by the name of Dominick’s Pizza. They bought it for $500 and gave a down payment of $75. After 8 months, James quit and traded his shares with his brother for a second hand Volkswagen car. This led Tom to revitalize the image of the eating joint and name it Domino’s Pizza.

In 1983, Domino’s Pizza opened its first international franchise at Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. This was a major step in decentralizing its operations. By the end of 1983, it also opened another franchise at Brisbane, Australia. Yet another milestone in that year was the opening of the 1000th Domino’s Pizza outlet. From here on, the number of Domino’s Pizza franchises increased quickly all over the world. 

Despite international recognition, Domino’s Pizza primarily remained as a traditional fast food joint. It had a very simple menu and only sold one type of pizza crust that was named the ‘regular pizza’. The pizza dough was shaped by tossing it in air and pulling it into shape. Only two sizes of the pizza dough existed before they added medium and extra large. There was absolutely no concept of side dishes and the only beverage that was available was Coca Cola Classic. 

In 1992, they introduced their first non-pizza item on the menu, which was the “Breadstix”. Domino’s was also the first brand to sell chicken wings as a side dish in the year 1994. It was around this time that Domino’s also opened its franchise in Egypt, Africa. The Domino’s Pizza website was launched in 1996 and the company reached total global sales of $3billion. Over the years, Domino’s brought about new innovations in the pizza industry that have now become the standard worldwide. These include the belt driven pizza oven, corrugated cardboard delivery boxes to retain heat while delivering, the ‘Heat Wave’, which is a portable electric bag that keeps the pizza hot while being delivered and the 30- minute delivery guarantee. 

After over 50 years in the pizza industry, Domino’s Pizza opened its doors in Singapore in 2009, with Singapore being the 67th market. 

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Author: Christopher Tan

Hi there! I’m Christopher Tan, an award-winning writer, cooking instructor, and photographer. My passion lies in combining my love for words, images, and of course, food to create meaningful experiences. I have been honored to have my work published in numerous esteemed publications, including the Sunday Times and Straits Times in Singapore, Saveur magazine in America, and The Peak magazine.

I have expressed my love for food through the written word by authoring and co-authoring multiple cookbooks, including Chinese Heritage Cooking, Ask The Foodie, and NerdBaker. I am thrilled to inspire others to create their own meaningful experiences through food, through my writing and teachings. I write resturent menus and review on

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