Never been to Belgrade? Visit, ASAP. This is one of those cities that takes you by surprise and which you quickly fall in love with. The food scene is especially exciting and diverse and that is especially true with Belgrade pizza.
It could be because if their proximity to Italy or the fact that there’s so many budding foodie entrepreneurs – whatever the reason, the pizza here is some of the very best in Europe.
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The pizzas here are classically Neapolitan in style and they couldn’t be more authentic if you were eating them in Naples itself.
It’s all about the dough, which is proved for over a day and then cooked in less than two minutes in their super hot oven. Delicious imported toppings round off what is quite simply an incredible pizza.
Amici is an absolutely stunning Italian restaurant that does some of the best pizza and pasta in town. The only tricky decision is which exactly pizza to feast on.
The pizza is absolutely packed with flavour, perfectly crispy and cooked to very traditional technique levels. Keep it simple with the toppings because the dough, sauce and cheese are so good they don’t need anything added.
This is the place to come if you want a quick slice on the go without all the formality of a restaurant. Their toppings are always super fresh, super inventive and super colourful.
Your hefty slice will be ready in a couple of minutes and you can mix and match with your friends to get a taste of everything. An absolute delight.
With two locations in the city, Druga Piazza is a great place to come for a special night out with friends, feasting on every pizza in sight.
They have an extensive menu of modern Italian classics and a pizza which is thin, crispy and perfect every single time. Plus, there’s often live music.
Trattoria Campania is the most wonderful Italian restaurant, where you are always welcomed by their superb staff and the most wholesome and delicious food you could ever want.
Their pastas are superb, as are the desserts but the pizzas steal the show. Their signature pizza is this one below with Nduja (spicy sausage) and olive. Irresistible.
Pizza Bar serves up some of the best comfort style food in the city including burgers, hot dogs and giant deep dish pizzas.
You’ll want to come with a serious appetite because the portions are huge. A seat here in the summer on the terrace with a pizza is absolute heaven.
A family-run business that specialises in – yes, you’ve guessed it – gluten free bread, baked goods and pizzas. It’s much lighter version of pizza and one that will please many who have allergies.
Best bit? You won’t feel as if you are missing out or losing any taste with this gluten free pizza.
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