You might be on a health buzz, but when that craving for some pizza in Bali hits there’s no resisting it. Luckily, this paradise place has some superb pizza joints.
Some of the best foodie entrepreneurs and chefs are introducing a new wave of pizza across the region that is second to none. From classic Italian Neapolitan-style pizza through to New York slices and everything in between.
Here’s our pick of the best places for pizza in Bali.
Best pizza in Bali
Much of the food in Bali is for the health conscious but sometimes you want to let your hair down and enjoy yourself with some pizza.
Their pies are thin and crispy and come loaded with delicious toppings. They also have some great side dishes – it’s the sort of place you’ll stay on for a couple of drinks with friends.
If you are lucky enough to be in the paradise that is Bali and want a night out, this is the place to start.
Long pizzas are served up for groups with cold drinks with the whole experience based around sharing. The pizzas come loaded with different toppings so that there is something for everybody.
Luca’s Pizza brings a slice of Rome to Bali. You’ll find authentic Italian pizza here with thin bases, thick, chewy crusts and only the best artisan ingredients. There’s also great calzones and an irresistible Nutella and marshmallow pizza.
Pizza for dinner and dessert is always a good idea!
The pizza here is no ordinary pizza – it’s ‘pinsa’, which is an ancient type of Roman pizza that’s easier to digest and low in calories. The light and fluffy dough is the result of a 72 hours slow and natural leavening, and uses soybean flour.
Toppings include fresh veggies, eggs and smoked salmon. Yum.
This unassuming restaurant has homey, down to earth vibes and also happens to do some of the best pizza in Bali. It serves up classic Italian home cooking with pizzas that have perfectly charred crusts and a rich tomato sauce.
You can go half-and-half on toppings too, so it’s perfect for sharing.
Anyone who’s keen about tasty food in Bali has heard of this amazing place, owned by Mr. Massimo himself. The menu has all sorts of great dishes from Southern Italy, but the pizza is a real highlight. They use only Italian tomatoes, extra virgin olive oil and real mozzarella for the best flavours.
Finish it off with a scoop or two of creamy gelato.
If you love pizza with a super thin crust then this collab between Pizza Boy (pizzas, duh) and Rebel Food (a gourmet burger joint) is right up your alley. They make tasty pies topped with local ingredients that change depending on what’s available.
It’s more of a modern take on pizza, but just as delicious as the classics.