A Look at Rangoon’s Best Neighborhood Pizza Joints
By Foodie Myanmar 11 July 2016
Parami Pizza has opened a third branch on Saya San Road that is family friendly, with a playground to boot. With a wide selection to choose from, the signature “Parami Pizza:—with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, bacon, bell pepper and egg—is the most popular item. Prices start at 13,000 kyats (US$11) and delivery is available between 9 a.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Address: Parami Pizza, No. 56, Saya San Street, Bahan Tsp.
DiVino Italian Restaurant
The first thing you will notice when walking into the restaurant is DiVino’s wood-burning pizza oven. There are eight pizza varieties, with prices between US$8 and $20. Favorites include the Parma Ham—topped with cherry tomato, ham, mozzarella and mascarpone cheese—and the Three Cheese—topped with bacon, mozzarella, gorgonzola and mascarpone.
Address: DiVino Italian Restaurant, No. 61, Old University Avenue Road, Bahan Tsp.
Pezzo Pizza sells slices—ranging from 2,700 kyats to 3,300 kyats—and whole pies for about 16,000 kyats. Their biggest seller is the Hot Chick Pizza, with barbecue chicken, green peppers and mozzarella cheese. The restaurant also has franchises in Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines.
Address: Pezzo Pizza, Hledan Center, at the corner of Pyay Road and Hledan Street, Kamayut Tsp.
Pizza Hut opened its first branch in Rangoon at City Mart on Dhammezedi Road and has plans to expand to 15-20 additional branches over the next five years. It offers 14 kinds of pizza in two different sizes. Pizzas sell for between 12,000 to 16,000 kyats and the bestseller is the meat supreme—made with marinara sauce, pepperoni, pork, beer, mushrooms, peppers and onion.
Address: Pizza Hut, No. 403 A, at the corner of Dhammazedi Road and Golden Valley Street, in the City Mart Marketplace compound.
Pepperoni Pizza is located outside the Union Business Center on Nat Mauk Street near Kandawgyi Lake. The eatery offers 12 types of pizzas in three sizes—9, 12, and 16 inch—ranging in price from 16,000 to 24,000 kyats. Its most popular item is the Pepperoni Diabola–made with pork, mushroom, chicken, bacon, onion and peppers. The shop does deliveries.
Address: Pepperoni Pizza, Union Business Center on Nat Mauk Street
Hot Stone Pizza
Hot Stone is a halal pizza restaurant located downtown. Its bestseller is a thin crust spicy chicken pizza—topped with grilled chicken, cherry tomato, onion and cream cheese—which sells for 11,400 kyats. Thick crust pizzas sell for 18,400. Delivery is available, and free to some neighboring areas.
Address: Hot Stone Pizza, Bo Myat Tun Tower at the corner of Maha Bandoohla Street and Bo Myat Tun Street
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