Amsterdam is one of the greatest cities to visit in the world – full of history, culture and world class food and drink, it’s a place that has a little bit of everything for all types of visitors.
Amsterdam pizza is right up there with the very best in Europe so we’ve picked the seven best places to eat it in the city. All you have to do is arrive hungry enough to have a few tasty slices…
So, grab a couple of friends and get ready to hit up the seven best Amsterdam pizza spots…
Best Amsterdam pizza
They make their own dough to be incredibly light and airy, so much so that it could lift up and float away from the table at any moment. Their toppings are original, unique and exciting and terrific service and gorgeous room are just the cherry on top.
You’ll find La Perla in the area that is quickly becoming known as the “little Italy” of Amsterdam. Their pizzas are topped with wonderfully fresh and high end cured meats, most of which come directly imported from Italy. Utterly delicious.
They are famous for their premium pizza and Prosecco, which are easily two of the best things in the world. Thin and crispy, with their focus on sourcing the best possible ingredients, the end product is always outstanding. Grab a seat on the terrace in the summer and you’ll be in heaven.
Sometimes you don’t want the fuss of having to sit in a restaurant, or simply don’t have the time. This is where Sugo comes in: the incredibly high standard of pizza slices are made to eat on the go. Super fresh ingredients and perfect crispy dough make these a winner every single time.
Mangia opened in 2015 with the aim of serving pizza and pasta in the most authentic way possible. They’ve been true to that vision since day one and the bright and airy room is a delightful place to spend time. If you have a big appetite and want a real treat go for the huge calzone.
A proper old school Italian restaurant where the passion for food is clear for all to see. There’s lots of other dishes to choose from but once you see the pizzas coming out of the wood fired oven there is only one clear choice to make. The sort of place you’ll linger with a glass of red wine with friends after dinner.
SOTTO Pizza does classic Neapolitan style pizzas served in a stripped back and simple room, where the focus is very much on the star of the show – the pizza. You smell the woodburning oven as soon as you walk in the door. It’s a beautiful sight to see pizzas that cook in less than two minutes and taste this good.
After all those carbs you’ll want to walk it off and the best way is to go and see the 7 most Instagrammable spots in Amsterdam.