Celebrate International Pizza Day with the best pies in Dubai
When the world disappoints, pizza will always come through. It’s no wonder that we need a whole 24 hours to celebrate this beautiful dish. We’ve scored the town, and this is where you can find the most loved types of pizzas in Dubai!
Neapolitan Pizzas at Pizza Giuma
The Neapolitan style of pizza dates back to the 18th century in Naples, Italy. Neapolitan pizza is a flat style of pizza made with tomatoes and mozzarella cheese.
Pizza Giuma serves Neapolitan pizza with handmade dough and cultural cheese. This pizza spot imports its ingredients all the way from Italy to give you its authentic taste of the traditional Italian pizzas.
Russo’s New York Pizzeria
Want something out of the ordinary? Try out the UAE’s only XL 28’ giant pizza party at Russo’s. At the Italian- American chain of restaurants, you don’t even need to stick to the menu because you can build your own pizza by selecting toppings according to your liking.
California Pizza Kitchen
The inventors of The Original BBQ Chicken Pizza, you can visit California Pizza Kitchen to experience a lot of firsts such as a gluten-free crust, cauliflower crust. Handcrafted with fresh, seasonally inspired ingredients, each dish is going to make you want more and more.
What’s better than one pizza? How about 3 pizzas stacked on top of each other? Check out the Triple Decker pizza to fulfill all the pizza lovers. Three layers of cheesy goodness are added with their secret cream cheese topped with Debonairs sauce.
On top of that, they have an undeniable offer on this special day. For just Dh99, you can get 2 large pizzas, with 2 sides and a drink of your choice. Don’t let this offer pass by.
What sets Moon slice apart are the Fantastically creative pizzas they serve on Al Wasl Road. With only five tables inside (be sure to book), the vibe inside this tiny trattoria is effortlessly cool. Like any good pizza place, Moon Slice prides itself on its dough recipe.
Its Naples-style pizza is built on a recipe that uses milk and water, followed by a 48-hour fermentation process before it’s tossed, topped, and fired at 380°C before it reaches your plate.
Try them out and let us know how awesome these places were!