Best Pizza in Bangkok; Pizza Mania.
What’s the best pizza in Bangkok? 100% sure it’s Pizza Mania. I’ve been based in Bangkok since I bought my condo here in 2012, and long before I got engaged to my beautiful Thai partner, I was partying far too much in this beautiful, crazy city. Thankfully, that lifestyle led to an absolute gem of a find, Bangkok’s best pizza!
So let me share this beautiful thing with you. I’ve searched long and hard, ordered too many disgusting, disappointing pizzas from every company I could and all they did was exacerbate my hangover. Finally, I stumbled across literally the best pizza in Bangkok, and my Thai experience is all the better for it. Pizza Mania, I love you.
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Pizza Mania Bangkok Menu
The prices of pizzas in Bangkok aren’t actually as cheap as you’d expect them to be, so don’t expect to pick something up for $5 here. I’m a vegetarian, so I ALWAYS order th 4 cheese and it’s seriously special. In my meat-eating days, Pizza Mania ticked the right boxes for the same reason. All imported stuff. Meats from Europe, cheeses from France. Bangkok is a food city, but normally the Western food lacks a bit of authenticity. Not this place. The imported stuff means it mightn’t be dirt cheap but it hits the spot perfectly.
Pizza Mania Pizza Size and Cost:
They do a 12″, an 18″ and a 20″. My partner and I normally go for the 18″ between us, or the 20″ if we’re feeling especially unhealthy. The 12″ isn’t big enough for 2 in my opinion. Although for 2 Thai women, perhaps it would be. They seem to have better portion control than this man right here.
The pizzas obviously vary on cost, but for example by standard order of an 18″ Four Cheese Pizza costs about 600THB all in ($19 or so).
City centre delivery is free. I live in On Nut, so it’s an extra 40THB. No biggie.
The secret is out. When I first had Pizza Mania in 2011, it took about 20 minutes. They were just getting started. Every Farang in Bangkok seems to know these guys have the best Pizza in Bangkok, so normally now it’s about 45 minutes from phone call to the guy at the door. Give the guy a tip too, it always comes hot.
Eat in or take out?
Business must be booming! Bangkok’s best pizza is only available for delivery/take-out.
Final thoughts on the best pizza in Bangkok
Honestly, when I meet my mates for beers. Someone always claims to know ‘the best Pizza in Bangkok, hand’s down”. But I insist they try Pizza Mania anyway. And then I convert them. It’s heaven.
Finally, Pizza Company is Thailand’s biggest Pizza business and they are AWFUL in my opinion. Let’s just be diplomatic and call it a Thai-take on pizza. It’s rough. And Pizza hut here isn’t much better. Pizza Massilia is decent, and that place under Asoke BTS is good if you’re passing through. But none of them hold a candle to the boys at Pizza Mania.
I should be on commission really, but sometimes you just have to give credit where credit is due. Thanks, Pizza Mania for making my life in here even better! And for tourists to the city, I should add this place to my 3 day suggested Itinerary for Bangkok to be honest, it’s that good.
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