The Best Pizza in Chiang Mai
Pizza is delicious, and even the most dedicated Thai food fans will have moments where nothing will cure their appetite like a freshly baked pizza topped with cheese, meat, mushrooms and a thick rich tomato sauce. So, because we know that if you’re here you’ve probably got pizza on the brain, we have collected together what we believe to be the best pizza restaurants in Chiang Mai for your convenience. From thin crust to thick, personal pans to giant rounds – this city has them all.
Found inside Nimman’s only five star hotel – akyra Manor – this restaurant is not only five star in quality, but also very affordable too. The pizzas are freshly cooked in a wood oven upon ordering and can be topped with a range of luxurious and splendiferous toppings such as our favourite, the truffle and burrata cheese pizza. Because they are cooked in a wood oven, the flavours mature in a rich and fragrant way, and we can guarantee when that pizza comes to your table, the aroma will blow you away. Other toppings include parma ham with rocket, four cheese, pesto seafood and more. If you want a more unique pizza experience, you can book yourself into the chef’s table and get your own personal concoction, or if you’re feeling like a party, why not take your pizza upstairs and enjoy it with one of the many cocktails served at Rise Bar, the hotel’s small but classy rooftop bar.
Open 7am – 11pm
22/2 Nimmanhaemin Road Soi 9, Chiang Mai
053 216 219
Pizzas start from 280 baht
This pizzeria is a Chiang Mai favourite. From humble beginnings in a small truck roadside, the owner has now expanded and grown to be one of the city’s go to pizza joints. They specialise in think crispy based pizzas, topped with a fusion of flavours that will leave your taste buds sizzling and dancing. Their all-time best seller is the Nar-Wad pizza, a subtle fusion of wild boar bacon and Thai basil and dried chilies. Other signatures include the tandoori chicken which is rich in fragrance but light in taste, the sweet and sour Korean kimchi pizza, and the smoked salmon pizza that is a treat for the eyes as the bright orange salmon contrasts with black olives and white mozzarella. They even have a sweet banana or pear almond pizza that may sound strange but tastes sublime.
Open Midday – 11pm (Closed on Mondays)
7-15 Tha Pae Road, Chang Moi, Chiang Mai
Facebook: Street Pizza & The Wine House
085 073 5746
Pizzas start from 209 baht
Garibaldis is exactly what you want from an Italian restaurant, great food, great atmosphere and great wine. Opening up on Nimmanhaemin Soi 7 not too long ago, the locals in the area hailed this newcomer and were not disappointed with what they were presented. Expect classic Italian pizza toppings with rich layers of cheese and top quality tomato sauce. All the flour and key Italian ingredients are imported from Europe to ensure the right flavour profiles are served. Their classic four cheese pizza is both fragrant but not overwhelming, a perfect choice for those stretchy cheese fans and the parma ham, rocket and burrata cheese pizza is one of their best sellers. Each table gets free flow warmed bread served with salsa and arrabiata sauce, and they have a very good house wine for just 99 baht a glass.
Open 10.30am – 2pm and 6pm – 11pm
20/2 Nimmanhaemin Soi 7, Chiang Mai
Facebook: Garibaldis Brasserie
061 234 2344
Pizzas start at 200 baht
If you’re looking for a big pizza to cure your big appetite then this roadhouse is exactly what you are looking for. All the American classics aside, the New York pizzas here are second to none and absolutely massive. The small comes in at a whopping 14 inches and their biggest grows to a mind boggling 25 inches! It’s so big it need’s its own stool to stand on as the tables are too small. Pictures do an injustice but take it from us, that is huge. Using over 1 kilo of cheese (imported from the US) and piles and piles of topping, this is the ultimate pizza. Rose’s Special is a favourite among customers who keep coming back for more, topped with salami, ham, sausage, onions, mushroom and olives. The meatlover and tom yum pizzas also go down a treat. At 25 inches, one slice is enough for a horse so make sure you bring your friends and tuck in. While you’re there, don’t forget to order the full rack of BBQ pork ribs and a portion of chicken wings (from eight to 50 pieces) served with almost a dozen sauces.
Open 11am – 9.30pm (Closed on Tuesdays)
44/21 Smoproi Road, Mae Hia, Chiang Mai
081 883 8977 / 053 806 077
Pizzas start at 420 baht
Starting off as the restaurant at the Chiang Mai Riverside Hotel, they quickly gained traction and began making great food for both their guests and locals alike. Now, they have opened up their second restaurant right in the old city along Ratchamanka Road. Found next to their soon to be opened Chiang Mai Old Town Hotel, the restaurant combines classic Lanna notes to an otherwise modern and sophisticated restaurant. The chefs work with a glass wall so you can see what they are getting up to while you eat, and their pizzas a thick, cheesy and great for sharing. Although sharing the same menu as their original restaurant, this kitchen is equipped with a wood oven to get that authentic pizza taste. Expect the classics such as parma ham and rocket, seafood pesto, Hawaiian, pepperoni and smoked salmon. There is also an outside bar if you’re feeling fun.
Open midday – 8.30pm
184/1 Ratchamanka Road, Phra Sing, Chiang Mai
Facebook (Hotel restaurant): The Vorra Bistro – The Chiang Mai Riverside Hotel
053 447 211
Pizzas Start at 190 baht