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The 25 Best Pizzas In Belgium

Have a craving for the best pizzas in Belgium? Consider this your DIY slice-by-slice guide to the tastiest pies in the country. Whether you’re a local looking for new food spots or just here for a few days while you’re visiting, 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 very best places for pizza…

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25th. Mamma Roma – Brussels

You don’t always want the formal setting of a restaurant for eating pizza which is why this is the perfect spot to grab some on the go. Their slices are affordable, tasty and the toppings always changing so you never get bored. Perfect to grab and sit in the park with a couple of slices.

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24th. La Dolce Vita – Ghent

A perfect little Italian restaurant where they are best known for their delicious pizzas that are loaded with great toppings.

Their pizzas are as pretty as anything you are ever likely to see; once you get a taste for them you will quickly become a regular.

23rd. La Bottega della Pizza – Brussels

Located in the trendy St Gilles area of the city, these pizzas are ordered for take away just as much as they are to sit in. Both options are great but enjoying it seconds after it leaves the oven is probably the best experience. Pies have amazing dough and a tomato sauce that you would die for.

La Bottega della Pizza

22nd. Maccione Pizzeria – Tongeren

Want pizzas in Belgium that tastes just as good as they look? Maccione Pizzeria is the place to go. Their pizzas are super classic in style with their dough made in house and proved for 24 hours before being cooked in less than two minutes.

Their crusts are big and spongey and wonderfully chewy. Along with their fresh toppings, this is as tasty as a pizza gets.

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21st. Pizzeria Bellini – Antwerp

Want some Neapolitan-style pizza? This is the pizza place in Antwerp for you. They cook the pizzas in an authentic wood oven, brought from Naples, at 480 degrees so delicious charred crusts and blisters.

As well as classic pizzas they also do wood-fired calzones and rotolini.
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20th. Baracca – Leuven

The crispy pizzas at Baracca are are baked in a classic and traditional wood oven for a superb flavour. It’s a lively place with other small bites to share and great cocktails, but keep your eyes on the prize: the pizza. There’s all the usual toppings as well as plenty of vegan-friendly options. It’s absolute perfection.

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19th. Prima Donna – Ghent

They have been open for 20 years making the same pizzas that have ensured they have a huge loyal customer base.

One of the big draws is the open kitchen where you can see the pizzas being made and drool in anticipation. Perfectly sized pizzas with a crispy base every time.

Prima Donna Pizza in Ghent

18th. La Vita è Bella Tielt – Tielt

This Tielt restaurant has a loyal local fanbase who flock to it for the traditional Italian pizzas, homemade pasta and consistent quality.  They load the centre up with toppings to create a pizza that is absolutely bursting with flavour through every single mouthful.

One bite and you’ll soon be a regular customer also.

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17th. Basils – Brussels

Basils does brilliantly inventive pizzas with unique toppings. The dough itself is springy and super spongey with big, thick crusts. They do the classics well but this is the spot to try something a little different from one of their specials. If you get a seat on the terrace in the summer you will be in heaven.

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16th. Barbarella – Antwerp

Come for a cocktail or two and stay for the irresistibile pizza at this stylish bar and restaurant. Go for a white base with taleggio, fior di latte, shiitake and portobello mushrooms, and fresh thyme or the classic margherita with San Marzano tomato.

No doubt one of the best pizzas in Belgium.

Barbarella Pizzeria In Antwerp

15th. MiTo – Brussels

MiTo is everything that you could want from a pizza experience. Their oven is the star of the show with the pizzas cooking in less than two minutes, coming out absolutely bubbling with molten lava style heat when they reach your table. Throw in a great wine list and some tasty cocktails and this is the perfect spot to spend time with friends.

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14th. Civilta Del Bere – Antwerp

Civilta del Bere cooks up simple, honest and delicious Italian food that never lets you down. They make their pizzas with fresh and typically Italian seasonal products, and olive oils that they proudly import from their own olive groves and vines directly from Sardinia. Delicious.

Civilta Del Bere Pizzas

13th. Maxi Pizza – Namur

Their pizzas are super authentic and stick to the principles of Neapolitan cooking so tightly that you could easily be sitting in Naples when eating here.

It’s all about the dough, which they prove for over a day in advance, resulting in that perfect springy and spongey crust. With more than 50 pizza creations to choose from, you’ll be in heaven here.

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12th. Otomat – Ghent

They are big believers in the sharing model for eating. That means ordering several of their pizzas for a table and, as they are all pre-cut, you can mix and match. They have some wonderfully unique and tasty toppings.

If you still have room and fancy something sweet they even do a triple chocolate pizza for dessert. To say it is rich and luxurious would be an understatement.

Otomat Pizza In Ghent

11th. Bella Venezia – Bons

With ingredients imported from famous regions such as Venice, Tuscany, Campania, Apulia or Sardinia, you can rest assured that the pizza at Bella Venezia will transport you to Italy. There’s 19 different pizzas to choose from, with toppings such as burrata or guanciale. It’s genuinely world-class pizza.

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10th. Pizzeria Sforno – Bruges

Pizzeria Sforno is a wonderful Italian restaurant that has a great selection of traditional dishes, but take our advice and focus in on the pizza. The dough is proved for 24-hours and baked to pure perfection.

The bases are nice and crisp and come with classic toppings. Along with great service, this is not a place you are going to want to miss.

9th. Orso – Antwerp

This tiny Italian restaurant in trendy Zurenborg neighbourhood serves some of the city’s best pizzas, hands down. They use only the best authentic Italian ingredients, as well as serving biodynamic wine that they self-produce. Choose from creamy buffalo mozzarella and a variety of cured meats, with gluten-free dough also available.

Best pizzas Antwerp

8th. NONA – Brussels

If you asked most people in Brussels where the best pizza was you’d hear the answer “Nona”, repeated over and over. They make it in the classic Neapolitan-style but it goes way beyond that; from the sourcing of the ingredients to the passion of their staff. As good as any pizza you are likely to taste anywhere in Italy.

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7th. Antico Pizza – Leuven

Antico Pizza keeps things simple, focusing on the pure traditions of Neapolitan pizza and quality ingredients. The result? Seriously incredible pizza. They take authentic Italian cuisine to a whole new level. They cook with a great respect for tradition, and use only the freshest produce which is the key to their success.

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6th. Pizza Liloo – Etterbeek

The key here the combination of seriously good dough, a rich tomato sauce and some seriously high quality imported cheese.

With pizza this good you really don’t need to overcomplicate the toppings. Keep it simple and enjoy every single bite. If you do want some tasty toppings though, expect ones such as truffle cream and Speck ham.

5th. Eat Love Pizza – Ghent

They make their pizzas with a focus on using the very best natural ingredients, as well as having some inventive toppings.

The pizzas themselves are thin and crispy; along with a stellar wine list this is a solid spot for a taste sensation. One bite of these beauties and you’ll agree it one of the best pizzas in Belgium.

4th. La Piola Pizza – Brussels

La Piola Pizza is home to some of the best Italian cooking in the city. Their meat boards to start are a must and along with a fantastic wine list this is a pizza experience that you are not going to want to miss out on when in Brussels.

3rd. Amuni – Bruges

Artisanal pizza made with living sourdough that they call “slow food pizza”. That means a huge focus on the raw ingredients, which gives a stunning end result. You can taste the exceptional quality in every mouthful.

Amuni Pizza In Europe

2nd. Del Popolo Pizza – Antwerp

This wonderful casual spot gives you pizza that is restaurant standard cooked at 400 degrees but right in front of you while you wait. It’s the sort of place that once you know about you simply won’t be able to walk past again without popping in.

Absolutely bursting with flavour this is one meal that you are seriously going to enjoy.

Del Popolo Pizza In Europe

1st. L’acqua e Farina – La Louvière

This small-but-mighty pizzeria has fans from all across the country, which is testament to just how amazing their pizza is. With a name referring to the basic ingredients of pizza dough, these guys keep things pure.

The end result? An absolute masterpiece with wonderful spongey crusts and a light and fluffy interior.

Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder and global head of content of Big 7 Travel, 26-year-old Sarah created the company through her passion for discovering the world's best food and travel experiences. Formerly based in Dublin, Ireland, she now travels the world sharing her finds with our readers - a community that loves travel just as much as we do.

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I love your blog. As always, a gorgeous review. Pizza looks very appetizing. Thanks!