Traditional Italian Pizza Cape Town

The 7 Best Pizzas In Cape Town

Cape Town pizza options come in all shapes and sizes, from the traditional Italian-style pizzas to the more New York-style pies.

One thing that’s for sure though is that you are not going to be spoilt for choice when it comes to cheesy carbs here. There is something for every pizza lover in this great city.

So grab a friend, work up an appetite and get stuck into the very best Cape Town pizzas

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1. Burrata Restaurant

Burrata’s attention to detail is also the focal point of the restaurant. The pizza oven was hand built by a third-generation family-owned business in Naples. This oven is able to reach higher temperatures than the average pizza oven, which means every pizza turned out by Burrata unbelievably tasty. Probably the most authentic Italian style pizza in the country.

The 7 best pizzas in Cape Town

2. Bocca

Some of the best Italian food in the country and cocktails that also happen to be world class. That’s before you even mention the pizza, which comes oozing and sizzling out of their wood-fired oven. This is one of life’s great pleasures.

Traditional Italian Pizza Cape Town

3. Col’Cacchio

Wonderfully elegant pizzas that they serve up in South Africa and Namibia. You know exactly what you are getting when you step in here and that is pure quality.

Throw in some great cocktails and beers and this place really is the full package. Not to be missed.

4. Nonna Lina pizzeria

A super simple stripped back room where the pizza is the standout of the menu. There’s three locations in the city where you can have a relaxed night with friends while eating some of the very best pizza in South Africa.

5. NY Slice Pizza Kloof Street

One for those of you who prefer a New York-style pizza over a more traditional Italian version. Nearly as good as if you were eating it in the Big Apple itself.

Keep toppings simple and just let the cheese and fresh dough shine through.

Cape Town pizza

6. Bacini’s

The story of Bacini’s rich heritage began back in 1989 when the first branch was opened up in Rosebank. Since then, they have gone from strength to strength; any restaurant lasting that long and keeping their customers flocking back in droves simply has to be good.

7. Borruso’s

A mixture of world class service, a true love for the artistry of pizza making as well as delightful and buzzing room make this a brilliant place to spend time. The pizzas are thin, crispy yet perfectly doughy in the middle.

Big 7 Travel Team