Mhm pizzas! A crispy crust, tomatoes, cheese and any toppings of your choice – who can resist this winning combination? When a pizza craving hits, only the crispiest and cheesiest slices will do. Here’s where to find the best pizzas in Samui:
- Samon’s , Maenam
A handful of tables, low level lighting and soothing jazz tunes lend Samon’s a cool and cosy vibe. This compact eatery may not be large in size, but it definitely packs a punch when it comes to delivering tasty pizzas – even snagging the prize for Samui Times’ ‘best pizza in Koh Samui’ competition.
Expect nothing less than tucking into plates of crispy, thin-crust pizzas cooked to perfection. If you’re in an indulgent mood, go for the luscious blue cheese and proscioutto pizza. Craving for meat? Satisfy your tastebuds with the savoury flavours of meaty toppings like salami, bacon and ham. Feel like having a classic? You won’t go wrong with the margherita or creamy four cheese pizza. The versatile menu also lists a selection of Italian and Thai fare, ensuring that there’s something for everyone – just in case there’re members of your dining party who’re not in the mood for a pizza feast.
Address: 40/1 Moo1, Mae Nam, Ko Samui, Thailand
Hours: 18: 00 – 22: 00 daily (closed on Sundays)
- Dr Frogs Bar & Grill, Chaweng
Sweeping sea vistas, well-appointed interiors, a lovely setting and live music – these elements form part of an enjoyable dining experience at Dr Frogs Bar & Grill. The menu offers plenty of dishes for diners, ranging from classic Italian items to traditional Thai favourites. Whatever dish you decide on, don’t miss out on ordering a pizza for sharing. Trust us when we say the scrumptious pizzas here are worth the extra calories. The crust, oh-so-thin with a delightfully crisp texture, serves as a perfect base for myriad flavours – from good ol’ classics like the margherita, to toppings made up of fancy ingredients such as lobster or truffle oil.
Address: 103, Moo 3 Bophut, Koh Samui 84320, Thailand
Phone: +66 77 448 505
Hours: 12: 00 till late
- Celli’s, Bang Po
Run by an elderly Italian couple, Celli’s charms diners with its friendly service, welcoming vibes and irresistible pizzas. Wood-fired, semolina dusted, excellent sauce and cheese, quality toppings and a crisp base – the pizzas served here definitely ticks all the right boxes. Its isolated location means that its highly likely you’ll find the eatery relatively empty and free from crowds – an added bonus for diners who dislike taking their meals in a busy and bustling setting.
Address: 8 Moo 6 Bang por, Koh Samui, Surat Thani 84330, Thailand
Phone: +66 89 003 6614
Hours: 17: 00 – 23: 00 (closed on Thursdays)
- Antica Locanda, Bang Rak
Pizzas at Antica Locanda come with plentiful topppings and a thin, cripsy base cooked to perfection. It’s no surprise that the kitchen – known to churn out mouthwatering plates of pizzas, ravioli and tiramisu – is helmed by an Italian chef. Apart from dishing out delectable fare, Antica Locanda scores extra brownie points with its prompt and attentive service. The professional waiters attend to diners in a timely manner, which helps to create a smooth and enjoyable dining experience.
Address: Bang Rak, Boput, Koh Samui, Suratthani
Phone: +66 77 853 163
Hours: 13:00 – 23:00
- Da Bardo Restaurant Pizzeria, Maenam
The genial and hilarious Italian chef at Da Bardo wins diners over with his wicked sense of humour, hospitable service and delicious pizzas. The cripsy crusts of the pizzas bear the mark of excellence, for they hold up the generous toppings well. Be warned – you’ll have to work hard to resist the temptation of making repeated visits after taking your first meal here.
Address: 11/23 Moo 4 Mae Nam,Wat Na Phra Lan, Ko Samui 84330, Thailand
Phone: +66 90 394 3134
Hours: 14:30 – 23:00 (Saturdays – Thursdays)
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