A short menu so i really want to try chicken curry pizza next time. It was a bit dark but it was fine. Pizza was fresh and tasty
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We had 2 great pizzas here, very fresh and tasty with a very different atmosphere and well worth a walk out of town over the bridge, very worth a visit and very understated.
This place is a little difficult to find and looks to be in the back garden of someone’s home. They have a simple menu, pizza and drinks only which is unlike most other places but this is a good thing for me- do a few...More
I would venture to say this is the best pizza in South East Asia, having eaten pizza in Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Huay xiao and Pakbeng, definitely this place takes the trophy. Simple place, wood oven pizza, thin crust and fresh ingredients makes this...More
The pizza is so good, staff kind with excellent service and the atmosphere charming. Best wood oven pizza. Follow the path to the back of the house to find.
We took kids here for a pizza break after a week of Laotian food. It was as good as other reviews said it was going to be. They clearly understand their pizzas (we had anchovy and caper, bolognese, margarita, pepperoni and a carbonara calzone and...More
This place had a proper wood fired pizza oven and the pizza that came out, while not as good as the one we had in Vientiane, was still better than a lot of pizzas we’ve had in the UK. The herbs on top of the...More
This place is a gem. The pizza is authentic and delicious - we came here twice during our stay and were exceptionally pleased each time. The restaurant is out back of a building and in a garden setting - when the sun goes down the...More
Went here last night as it was close to where we were staying. The pizza is delicious, not just good for Asia, but really good pizza. The dough was soft but not doughy. The tomato sauce was fresh and overall, the pizza was very tasty....More
Our pizza was great. It’s an 5 min walk from Night market to this Place (cross the bamboo bridge). I can absolutely recommend.