Pizza

14 February 2015 by Hazel

There are so many great pizza places in Copenhagen, you'll be hard pushed to try them all out, and you'll probably be tempted back to whichever you try out first. Without further ado, here's our shortlist (that's becoming quite a long list).

thehazertazer at Bike & Bake Copenhagen, madaboutcopenhagen
thehazertazer at Bike & Bake Copenhagen, madaboutcopenhagen

Bike & Bake (location: all over the place!)

The elusive pizza man about town, @bikeandbakecopenhagen makes sublime Italian pizza topped with fresh local ingredients, from his pizza oven bike. Catch him if you can!


issycroker at Bæst, madaboutcopenhagen
issycroker at Bæst, madaboutcopenhagen

Bæst

Pizza like you won't find anywhere else in the world - Bæst is Christian Puglisi's third restaurant in Copenhagen. It's the perfect fusion of Italian cooking and the new nordic principles of using of local, natural and seasonal produce. Photo by @issycroker.


nmulalic at Pz Nordic, madaboutcopenhagen
nmulalic at Pz Nordic, madaboutcopenhagen

Pz Nordic

Seasonally changing menu of locally inspired pizzas (including this incredible rhubarb one @nmulalic photographed) and a huge choice of classics - also incredible. Queues along the street most lunchtimes, but worth the wait!


emmaarfelt at Mother, madaboutcopenhagen
emmaarfelt at Mother, madaboutcopenhagen

Mother

Here's @emmaarfelt with a beautiful table at Mother - hardly one of Copenhagen's secret food spots, so it'll probably be busy, but still definitely worth a visit!


miraarkin at Pizzeria La Fiorita, madaboutcopenhagen
miraarkin at Pizzeria La Fiorita, madaboutcopenhagen

Pizzeria La Fiorita

If you happen to be strolling along the lakes or Nansensgade itself, be sure to grab a little (or large) taste of Italy from La Fiorita. Some say these are the best pizza in the city - what do you think? Photo by @miraarkin.


thehazertazer at Made in Italy, madaboutcopenhagen
thehazertazer at Made in Italy, madaboutcopenhagen

Made in Italy

Always judge a pizzeria by the first item on the menu, the margherita. Made in Italy's is sublime, and it's no surprise. This place is always full of Italians (a good sign, we reckon). It's mainly a takeaway but you can also enjoy out on the pavement tables like @thehazertazer did here.


madenitalydk, Copenhagen Street Food, madaboutcopenhagen
madenitalydk, Copenhagen Street Food, madaboutcopenhagen

Madenitaly

In Rome, as @madenitalydk informs us, ‘street pizza’ is square, not round, so it's easier to eat on the go. But this street pizza certainly isn’t like anything you’re used to in Copenhagen; the dough takes up to 48 hours to make, and it’s so light and moist in the centre, with the perfect amount of crunch to the crust.


rossopomodorodk at Rossopomodoro Illum, madaboutcopenhagen
rossopomodorodk at Rossopomodoro Illum, madaboutcopenhagen

Rossopomodoro

This is how the Neapolitans eat pizza, rolled up, and in @rossopomodorodk's case, with a pretty sweet view from the rooftop of Illum!


thehazertazer at Tribeca NV, madaboutcopenhagen
thehazertazer at Tribeca NV, madaboutcopenhagen

Tribeca NV

Very much hidden gem, Tribeca NV, is still kiiiiind of a secret in Copenhagen. Their pizzas are to die for - particularly the Tirolese says @thehazertazer (portobello mushrooms, mascarpone, speck and truffle oil) - as is the rest of their menu.

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