Best pizza in Bangkok for 2024

Eggplant and Burrata. Image via Pizza Massilia Bangkok

If there’s one food that everyone on the planet knows and loves, it would be pizza. One of Italy’s most popular dishes, pizza, has countless iterations nowadays. From deep dish to thin crust, classic Neapolitan to New York-style, and even infused with the local Thai flavours, we love pizza in all its forms. And while Bangkok’s pizza scene may not be as famous as New York or Naples, we still have some top-notch pies that will blow your mind.

So, if you’re craving a heavenly slice of cheesy goodness, we’ve rounded up our picks of the very best pizza in Bangkok.

Where to get the best pizzas in Bangkok this 2024

1. Massilia

Mortadella and Burrata by Pizza Massilia Bangkok, best pizza in Bangkok
Mortadella and Burrata. Image via Massilia Bangkok

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Massilia doesn’t shy away from proclaiming the freshness of their pizza, and why shouldn’t they? They’ve been named the top pizza place in Thailand for several years now. Their latest accolades include being named the Best Pizza Place in Thailand in 2021, 2023, 2024 and also arriving in seventh place for the Best Pizza in Asia for 2024 by 50TopPizza, which says a lot about the quality and taste of their creations.

Obviously, pizza-making is a serious business at Massilia. They let their dough mature for over 72 hours and use only the best ingredients from Europe and Thailand. The result is a unique flavour profile that is both delicious and easy to digest.

Choosing which pizza to order at Massilia is part of the fun. The restaurant has over 30 different pizzas on the menu, including gluten-free options. Their Margherita remains popular, but Burrata & Culatello is where they truly shine. Topped with cold-cut culatello from Zibello and fresh burrata cheese, it’s a true slice of heaven. Be sure to try Calabria’s Spicy Salami, too, for a bite rich in Italian spicy salami and fior di latte mozzarella, with a luscious organic tomato sauce to match.

2. Via Emilia

Seven whole pizzas on top of a wooden table. Best pizzas in Bangkok.
Image via Via Emilia Restaurant Bangkok

Opening hours: Daily, 11.30 to 23.00

Location: Via Emilia Italian Restaurant, 1040 Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra 17, Lane 5, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon

Each dish served at Via Emilia aims to transport you to the historic Via Emilia, a Roman road spanning 300 km in Italy’s Emilia Romagna region. This goal has been successfully achieved, with the restaurant being honoured as the Best Italian Restaurant 2023 by Italians themselves on the TV program Little Big Italy. With such recognition, it’s clear that Via Emilia offers nothing less than authentic Italian flavours, especially when it comes to their pizzas.

Among the tempting pizza choices at Via Emilia, Parma e Burrata Pizza is the winner. Loaded with Burrata cheese, Prosciutto di Parma, rocket, and oregano, it’s hard not to fall in love with this crispy yet chewy pizza. The Sardine e Burrata is a must-try as well. With every bite, you experience a delightful contrast of texture and taste, where the rich and tangy sardines meet the smooth burrata. Then, wash it all down with some delicious wine from Via Emilia’s very own wine cellar. After all, what’s an Italian feast without a glass of vino?

3. Pizza Pala Romana

Rucula Burrata e Crudo and Caprese Pizza
Rucula Burrata e Crudo & Caprese Pizza. Image via Pizza Pala Romana

Opening hours: Daily, 07.00 to 22.30

Location: Pizza Pala Romana, Room 1 BTS/MRT Sukhumvit Asok Montri Road

Although the location is a little hidden under Asok BTS and near Sukhumvit MRT station, Pizza Pala Romana never fails to draw in crowds, which is evident from the nightly queues that form outside. The reason for this is simple: their dishes are simply irresistible. In fact, most of their ingredients are imported from Italy for all-out authenticity.

The star of their menu is undoubtedly Roman-style pizza, a rectangular style of pizza that highlights San Marzano tomatoes, creamy Fiordilatte mozzarella, and a blend of three different flours for the perfect crust. There’s a head-spinning range to choose from, but since they come by the slice, you can try various flavours in one sitting. We recommend trying the Montanara, which features a delightful combination of Mozzarella Cheese, Tomato Sauce, Mushrooms, and Parsley. The crust on this pizza is perfectly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside – it’ll take you straight to the streets of Rome.

4. Peppina

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Image via Peppina

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 11.30 to 23.00 / Saturday to Sunday, 11.00 to 23.00

Location: Peppina Sukhumvit Flagship Branch, 27/1 Sukhumvit 33 Alley, Khlong Toei Nuea

If you’re looking for real, authentic Neapolitan Pizza in Bangkok, then Peppina is the place for you. Since they follow strict guidelines set by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, it goes without saying that their pizza is as close to the real deal as it gets. Their dough left to rise for 24 hours, is carefully crafted using only water, sea salt, flour, and yeast.

Once ready, Peppina hand-stretches the dough on marble preparation stations and topped with Italian tomatoes, imported cheeses, and extra virgin olive oil. The pizzas are then cooked at high heat for a short time to achieve a pillowy and slightly elastic texture with a crisp edge.

For something simple but oh-so-delicious, go for Peppina. It features Buffalo mozzarella, Pomodoro Piennolo, and Sicilian oregano, all coming together perfectly on a crisp crust. If you want something a little different, the Truffle Pizza is too good to miss. It’s topped with mozzarella fior di latte and fresh black Italian truffle. But for those who love pork on their pizza, the Prosciutto will keep you coming back for more.

5. Il Bolognese

A whole pizza on top of a table at Il Bolognese Bangkok
Image via Il Bolognese Bangkok

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 11.30 to 14.30 and 17.30 to 23.00 / Sunday, 11.30 to 14.30 and 17.30 to 22.30

Location: Il Bolognese, 139/3 South Sathon Road, Soi 7 Thung Maha Mek, Sathon

You can never go wrong with a slice of pizza from Il Bolognese Bangkok. Anyone who loves pizza and has stayed in Bangkok long enough knows that this is the place to go for some of the best Italian flavours in the city.

Il Bolognese’s pizzas come with generous toppings loaded with authentic Italian ingredients and slow-matured dough. The Partenopea pizza, also known as the authentic Margherita, is a classic choice with tomato sauce, buffalo mozzarella, extra virgin olive oil, and fresh basil. If you’re craving something spicy, the Diabla pizza is a fiery option with tomato sauce, mozzarella, spicy salami, Italian sausage, capsicum, black olives, and chilli.

Do these restaurants really offer the best pizzas in Bangkok, as their many fans (including us) claim? There’s only one way to find out!



Cita Catellya

Cita Catellya is a journalist and writer who covers a range of topics from medical and property to leisure and tourism. Her career began as a copywriter 5 years ago, where she worked with several brands in Indonesia to help them increase their online presence. Cita writes in both English and her native Bahasa Indonesia

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