Have a craving for the best Frankfurt pizza? Consider this your DIY slice-by-slice guide to the tastiest pies in the city. Frankfurt has an incredible food and drink scene: burgers, cocktails and of course, coffee.
Whether you’re a local looking for new food spots or just here for a few days while you’re visiting Germany, this is one place where carb lovers will be safe and sound.
Put your game face on; get ready to eat your bodyweight in fresh cheese and chargrilled dough at these seven best places for pizza…
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A modern room based on pop art, with one of the best ovens you’ll ever see (it looks like a giant emoji). Despite all the jazzy design touches rest assured that the pizza is right up there with the very best in Europe.
This popular local pizza joint dishes up authentic Neapolitan pizzas – the burrata topping is a must-order. The owner’s spent their summers in the south of Italy with family, and have a huge passion for this craft.
The result? Simply delicious wood-fired pies. It gets busy at weekends, but it’s worth it.
No fuss but all of the flavour – that’s what makes Pizzeria Olbia so goddamn great. Their pizza dough is made fresh every day and the toppings always on point. How could you resist a pie with homemade pesto?
The base is on the thinner side, so order a side dish if you’re super hungry.
How about a spaghetti bolognese pizza? Double carbs is the perfect combination in our eyes, so Pizzeria da Angelo is a dream come true.
It’s a traditional pizzeria where they bake the pizzas in a huge wood-burning oven, coming out in under two minutes with just the right amount of charring. It’s old school but great.
A traditional trattoria in every sense of the word, don’t expect anything fancy here, but do expect incredible pizzas. The dough is light and fluffy, as it’s left to rise for at least 48 hours.
As for toppings? Choose from Italian salsiccia, stracchino cheese or bufalina.
This low-key pizza joint in the Westend is an ideal place for a quick and tasty pizza. All the bases are gluten free too, so you can bring your coeliac friends for a carb-fest.
Sitting outside this tiny spot in the sunshine is one the nicest things to do in the city. Plus, it serves a truly great Frankfurt pizza. Win-win.
Pizzeria 7 Bello is a classical Italian restaurant that seems like it’s been in Frankfurt since forever. It always draws in a crowd who are craving a bite of the amazing pizzas.
The crusts are thin yet chewy, with superb toppings – add an egg for a real flavour boost. FYI, it’s cash only, so don’t forget to hit up an ATM before you arrive.
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