5 Awesome Pizza Places in Bangkok

25 November 2017, Asisha Sachatheva

Is pizza a staple in your home? Below are 5 places, with delivery options, that we cannot live without.

Gallery PizzaWood fired pizzas, from the classics to creative toppings

  • Delivery Only
  • Open Daily from 11:00am-4:00am (alcoholic beverages delivery stops at midnight)
  • 404 Soi Sathorn 11 (st. Louis 3); 02-041-1044 

Speciality wood-fire pizza pies made from imported Italian ingredients and fresh veggies straight out of Bangkok’s local market. These 12-inch pies are perfectly portioned for one to devour and feel satisfied. Pizzas range from high exotic levels (with vodka sauce or krapao) to the classics. Tasty green salads are also available to pair. 

Turning up? You can also order bottles of wine (440 to 1,340 baht) or some beer (80 to 860 baht for a 6-pack). Profits help fund Thai artists that work and exhibit at the gallery next door — Sathorn 11 Art Space.

Pizza Mania: A favourite with families in Sukhumvit, with a whopping 16″ pizza option

  • Delivery Only
  • Open Daily from 11:00am-11:00pm
  • 120/3 Sukhumvit Soi 23; 02-261-1212

Choices of wood fired, Detroit style, and New York style pizza ranging from 240-390 baht, Pizza Mania has a set-menu of pizza options or a build-your-own section to satisfy your tastebuds. Pastas, salads, and other munchies such as ice cream are also available to complement your meal. For those having a party, catering services are also available.

Also, parents can arrange craft beers to amp up the vibes.

Pizza Pala RomanaJust a slice? okay. A metre long slab? That’s okay too!

  • Pick-up, Dine-in, Delivery (via Food Panda and other delivery services)
  • Open Daily from 8:00am-11:30pm (Breakfast from 8:30am-10:30am)
  • Near Terminal 21, corner of Sukhumvit and Asoke under escalated leading form the BTS Asoke (exit 31) to the MRT Sukhumvit (exit 31); 02-259-1228

Whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a simple snack, Pala Romana has large varieties of freshly baked pizza ready to go. Famous for their “Pizza al taglio,” long slabs of dough are baked in stone ovens and sold by the piece or in metre long slabs. Their dough keeps the pizza fresh even if you keep it to reheat and eat the next day. Other Italian specialities are also available such as pasta, soup, fish, salad, and daily specials, as are choices for vegetarians, vegans, and those that are gluten free.

The restaurant also features a Deli counter where you’ll find chocolates, sweets, cakes, cheese, breads and other tasty goodies. 

Peppina: Real neopolitan pizza available in multiple locations throughout Bangkok

  • Pick-up, Dine-in, Delivery (via Food Panda and other delivery services)
  • Open Monday-Thursday from 11:30am-3pm/6pm-midnight
  • Open Friday-Sunday from 11:30am-2:30pm/6pm-midnight
  • 27/1 Sukhumvit Soi 33, The Commons Thonglor, Central Embassy, Jas Urban Srinakarin, Crystal Park

When you understand your ingredients and know your pizza, simplicity brings light to the best. Water, sea salt, flour, yeast, plus 24 hours of sitting originates the most pillowy, soft, and elastic dough for your pizza. Don’t fret, they will never forget to give your edges a crispy touch. Cooked quick and in high heat, they’ll definitely see you back for more.

Pizza MassiliaArtsy, unique, and tasty – and now back with their original food truck.

  • Pick-up, Delivery (via Food Panda and other delivery services)
  • Open Tuesday-Sunday from 5:00pm-10:30pm
  • Soi Ruamrudee, Sukhumvit 49 & MK Gold parking lot on Sala Daeng Road (pizza truck)

La Bottega de Luca’s chef has once again outdone himself with this passion project. The must try pizzas: Chorizo Bellota with smoked scamorza cheese (490 baht) and homemade cooked ham and mushroom (420 baht). For a simpler taste that kids love, try Bufalina (390 baht,  a margarita with DOP buffalo mozzarella, Italian basil and chewy dough.

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