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Best Pizza in Hong Kong: Places With the Best Slices in the 852

Best Pizza in Hong Kong: Places With the Best Slices in the 852

So you’re wandering through Hong Kong and the craving for pizza strikes. Sure, New York, Chicago, and Italy feature everything from deep-dish to thin crust, but Hong Kong is quickly catching up. Here’s a slice of our favourite pizza places in the 852!

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1. Posto Pubblico

Posto Pubblico is known for their massive pies. We’re not joking. Their pizzas are pan fried and charred and served in an iron skillet. While there are only four options, they won’t leave you craving more. Try the Bronx Bomber- a pizza topped high with crumbled sausage, pepperoni and oregano for only HK $148. Not in the mood for meat? Taste the Brooklyn Special- breaded eggplant, fresh mozzarella and roasted peppers (HK $128). Feeling extra fancy? Go for the mushroom, pecorino, and truffle pie (HK $128). In the mood to keep it simple? Get a Margherita pie topped with thin layers of tomato, basil and mozzarella. Bon appetit!

28 Elgin St, Central

2577 7160

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2. 208 Duecento Otto

The ambiance of 208 Duecento Otto is truly worth a visit on its own. Executive Chef Mick Bolam cranks out 12 types of Napoletana pizza ranging from Quatro Formaggi (HK $198), to the Mozzarella with a sprinkling of fig, gorgonzola dolce, almond flake, and arugula (HK $188), or the tomato base, mozzarella, scamorza, eggplant, salami, and basil (HK $198). With their pizzas all containing a dose of fresh buffalo mozzarella imported direct from Italy, 208 Duecento Otto boasts the best of what Italy has on tap.

208 Hollywood Road, Hong Kong

2549 0208

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3. Wildfire

At Wildfire, enjoy a glass of wine and some pizza while overlooking the city of Hong Kong (hint: go to The Peak location). The restaurants offer hearty pizza options, such as the Supreme: topped with mushrooms, sausage, peppers, pepperoni, and onions (HK $168). Feeling a bit adventurous? Try the Pear and Gorgonzola pie, which combines sweet and savory in an incredible way (HK $148). Interestingly enough folded (HK $158) or deep fried pizzas (HK $148) are a thing here. Just don’t be counting your calories.

Shop 1-2, Level 1, The Peak Tower, 127 The Peak Road, Hong Kong

2849 5123

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4. ISOLA Bar + Grill

Decked out with wall to ceiling windows facing Victoria Harbour, and beyond, ISOLA Bar + Grill dishes out an al fresco dining experience thanks to a gorgeous terrace: the perfect pad for thin-crust pizzas ranging from the ordinary (smoked salmon) to the more exotic (burrata cheese and black truffle). Look for well-executed pies to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters.

Shop 2075, Level 2, ifc mall, 8 Finance Street, Central, Hong Kong

2383 8765

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5. Gaia Ristorante

The sister restaurant of ISOLA, Gaia offers a casual atmosphere and a playful menu that smoothly blends the best of rustic Italy with a modern twist. Look for their eight varieties of incredible thin-crust pizzas with the fan favourite being the Trifola, a textbook Italian classic with divine crackling mache leaves and a sprinkling of black truffle.

181 Queen's Road Central, Sheung Wan

2167 8200

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6. Ciao Chow

Located in buzzy LKF, Ciao Chow is hands down the place to grab a quick bite before some action a few feet away. But, here’s a little-known fact: Ciao Chow is the only restaurant in the 852 that is VPN certified. VPN--for those plebes--stands for Verace Pizza Napoletana which basically means this is some "true Neapolitan pizza" action. In other words, this is some damn good pizza.

G/F, California Tower, 30-32 D'Aguilar Street,, Lan Kwai Fong, Central

2344 0005

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7. 3/3rds

This ex-restaurant (they now offer catering service only) offers five delicious kinds of pizza, all on thin crusty goodness, and all for—get this—HK $145. Take your taste buds on an Italian journey with offerings like spicy salami, chorizo with smashed tomatoes, chorizo with mushroom, or a classic margherita. If you really want to indulge, dive into their Three Cheese and Parma Ham Pizza: made with gorgonzola, mascarpone, parmesan and topped with slices of parma ham. Plus, sandwich and brunch options are aplenty should your gang not be in the mood for pizza.

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