The choice of pizza in Phnom Penh ranges from simple-yet-gourmet slices to authentic wood-fired pies that you would happily eat every weekend.
This is one city where carb lovers will be safe and sound. To make sure you’re spending less time researching and more time feasting, we’ve rounded up the very best Phnom Penh pizzas.
Dig into these delicious pies…
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They are known as the best place to eat great Italian food in the city and that includes pasta and meat dishes that are to die for. The key though, is to go for the pizza.
Thin, crispy and absolutely bursting with flavour this is one meal that you are seriously going to enjoy.
Many people claim that Piccola Italia makes the most authentic Italian pizza in Phnom Penh. It’s hard to disagree with that, as these pies are seriously tasty. The key here is that the standard never dips; every single pizza is as wonderfully glorious as the last.
It gets very busy, so do book a table in advance.
If you’re looking for some traditional pizza in the city, then this is the place for you. A recent addition to the city opened up by two Italian entrepreneurs.
The cosy and simple decor really gives an authentic feel to the place, Cute boasts a fine selection of Italian dishes, from staples like pepperoni pizza to rarer items like panzerotti, a savoury turnover similar to a calzone but smaller.
As the name suggests, this is a slice of Brooklyn right here in Phnom Penh. The perfect rich tomato sauce combined with loads of cheese make this a treat meal you’ll be thinking about for days after eating it. Easily one of the best pizza slices in the city.
Plus, any pie can be made as a calzone.
Terrazza is one of the most authentic Italian restaurants in Phnom Penh, with a focus on using only the freshest Italian products and ingredients. So it goes without saying that their pizzas are outstanding.
They specialise in Pizza al Metro – a Roman-style pizza that’s perfect for sharing.
Il Forno is another great spot to come to for wood-fired oven pizzas. A home of great Italian food including pastas and a wonderful steak but it is the pizza that is the star of the show. Their big fluffy crusts are full of air and wonderfully crunchy and chewy at the same time.
There’s a huge 27 different varieties of pizza to choose from here, with tempting toppings such as gorgonzola, speck ham or fresh ricotta. The pizzas are light and airy and don’t leave you bloated. The dream.