Wondering where to find some delicious comfort food? Here are the best pizza places in Hong Kong.
Don’t lie – we’ve all craved a good pizza at some point in our lives. Whether it’s for lunch in the office, after a night out at the bars, or for holding up on a rainy day, pizza has been there for us time and time again. So next time you’re in the mood for a slice, check out one of these places for some of the best pizza in Hong Kong!
Grab a slice of the best pizza in Hong Kong
1. Dough Bros
With only two things on their menu – pizza and doughnuts – Dough Bros is confident about what they’re serving. Though established just a few years ago, Dough Bros has already made an indelible mark with its sourdough pizzas fit for any palate and occasion. You could go for The Classic, with mozzarella and fresh basil; The Pepperoni Supreme, with mozzarella, pepperoni, smoked Italian sausage, oregano, and fresh basil; or The Sophisticated, with mozzarella, goats cheese, caramelised onion, sweet peppers, rocket, and shaved parmesan. Finish off with a Nutella Doughnut and you’ve got yourself a full meal!
Dough Bros has multiple locations across Hong Kong.
2. Gustaci Pizzalounge
Tucked inside PMQ is a dynamic eatery where fresh from the oven every day are pizzas that transport you straight to Naples without even getting on a plane. Swing by Gustaci Pizzalounge for “Pizza Tuesday”, offering two flavours in one pizza for a one-two punch that even the pickiest of folks will enjoy. After your meal, you can “spin” the pizza roulette wheel, which features different prizes waiting to be won. If you fancy a Wednesday night instead and are of the fairer sex, join the party with “Ladies Night Wednesday” where ladies get a complimentary antipasti, plus two hours of free-flow prosecco or house wine. Although the pizzas reign supreme here, the antipasti and pastas put up a good fight, too!
Gustaci Pizzalounge, HG01-05, G/F, Block B, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2981 1418
3. The Pizza Project
The humble pizza is in the spotlight at The Pizza Project, with fresh takes on familiar (and maybe not so familiar) flavours that’ll have you reaching for another slice no matter how full you are. The savoury Carbonara, with pancetta and quail eggs, is a heavy contender for most Instagrammable pizza ever, while the ‘Nduja with spicy salami and smoked scamorza is an unassuming but delicious killer. We love how you can get a real bang for your buck here, so grab your gang and hop over to your nearest branch for the best pizza in Hong Kong!
The Pizza Project has multiple locations across Hong Kong.
4. Baci Trattoria & Bar
Whoever told you that Lan Kwai Fong is just for drinking and partying was lying, because one of the best pizza places in town is, in fact, right in the heart of LKF! Executive Chef Alessandro Persico strives to bring his hometown of Liguria, Italy to Hong Kong through honest Italian cuisine. Pizzas like Burrata Come In Puglia, with burrata, cherry tomatoes, and arugula salad will tickle your tastebuds with its powerful flavours, while the Margherita is a welcome edition of a renowned classic. Next time you prepare for a night on the town, line your stomach with some pizza at Baci – your future self with thank you!
Baci Trattoria & Bar, G/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Hong Kong, p. 2344 0005
5. Fini’s Italian American
As famous as Italian-style pizza is, there’s another version that’s becoming increasingly just as popular: New York-style pizza. As it just so happens, Fini’s Italian American has been slinging New York-style pies since 2011, with a 12-inch option and a staggering 18-inch offering. Fini’s Famous Margherita holds down the fort as one of our favourite pizzas in Hong Kong, while the Bronx brings out the inner carnivore in you with heaps of homemade sausage, spicy pepperoni, and pork meatball. Want extra carbs? The homemade pastas at Fini’s will have you covered, whether you go classic with Spaghetti with Red Sauce, or outside the box with the Hong Kong-inspired Typhoon Shelter Crab Linguini. In true American fashion, this joint is no light fare, but you’ll be unbuttoning your pants at the end of the meal with a smile on your face.
Fini’s Italian American has multiple locations across Hong Kong.
6. La Camionetta
Ever noticed the crowd that forms around lunch and dinner time on the precarious hill of Elgin Street? Odds are those people are waiting for a seat at La Camionetta, a casual yet classy pizzeria that offers no reservations. Touting a renewed traditional recipe from a husband and wife duo, La Camionetta leaves it all out on the table with over 15 different pizza flavours. Some of the most popular are La Camburrata with fior di latte, cherry tomato, parma ham, and fresh burrata deliziosa; as well as La Bomba with fior di latte, spicy chorizo, bell peppers, red onion, black olives, and roasted basil. Flaunting pizzas as beautiful as they are delicious, you’ll be snapping pics before you dig in every time. The place is pet-friendly too, so feel free to swing by with your pooch!
La Camionetta, G/F, 12A Elgin Street, Central, Hong Kong, p. 6717 0082
7. Mother of Pizzas
As a Neapolitan-inspired pizza joint, Mother of Pizzas likes to think it’s joining hands between Naples and New York. With a 48-hour fermented dough and mounds of toppings, Mother of Pizzas presents an inventive yet classic version of pizza that’s made it a favourite amongst Hong Kongers and tourists alike.
Mother of Pizzas, G/F, 13-19 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, p. 2891 2221
At Black Sheep restaurant Motorino, making pizza is a form of art. Adopting all of the top Italian pizza-making techniques and ingredients from Napoli, Motorino strives to put its best (Italian) foot forward with every meal they make. The Marinara is a classic, no-frills pizza with tomato sauce, oregano, garlic and pecorino; while the Polpette is a delicious, slightly more-frills version with meatballs, fior di latte, basil, and pecorino. Just take a bite, close your eyes, and drift off to Italy…
Motorino has locations in SoHo and Wan Chai.