We’ve curated a list of specially made pizzas restaurants that every pizza enthusiast in Klang Valley cannot miss out on.
These artisan style pizzas 🍕 are skillfully and meticulously hand-made 👩🏾🍳✨ without much help from any machine – so this is definitely a treat unlike your everyday fast food pizza joint. 👀
Our list of restaurants pays a lot of attention to creating mouth-watering pizzas that’s worth a visit, at least once. 😋🤤🍕
First up on our list is this highly-rated pizza restaurant located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur at The Row. This pizza joint is known for it’s rich flavours and stunning looking pizzas – perfect for your Instagram feed!
Their impressive Marana Forni wood-fired oven provides the ideal crunch on the crust and a soft center that will leave you wanting more! They also have a nice selection of wines for you to sip on as you enjoy your slices of heaven. 😋
We recommend the Parma with Buffalo mozzarella pizza.
Location: 26-G, Jalan Doraisamy, Chow Kit, 50300 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: Open daily. 6pm – 10pm. 12:30pm –
Halal Status: Non-Halal
2. Pizza Mansion
Every pizza lover would have heard of Pizza Mansion by now. This establishment has taken Klang Valley by storm with multiple outlets already opened, memorable aesthetics and of course for having a reliably consistent delicious taste to their pizzas.
Pizza mansion also uses a wood-fired oven to make their pizzas ensuring you get that authentic Italian taste. Drinks here are limited but you might not complain if you’re looking for something alcoholic..
If you like lamb, their Silence of the Lambs pizza is a good choice!
Our favourite outlet is the one located at The Five as they have a DJ deck for you to enjoy live mixes on weekend nights.
Location: Has various outlets, we recommend the one located at The Five, Kompleks Pejabat Damansara, Jalan Dungun, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur.
Operating Hours: Depends on outlet. Open daily, 12pm – 11pm.
Halal Status: Pork-Free, Serves Alcohol
3. Christine’s Bakery
Now on to our more unique pizza renditions, Christine’s Bakery has made a mark in the pizza scene here in Malaysia for being the first eatery to serve their own version of a croissant pizza called “crozza”. Pretty cool, right?
They’ve got 4 savoury flavours of Crozzas for you, from decadent wagyu beef to seafood.
Foodies, you HAVE to try this unique creation at least once! If the Crozza is a bit too experimental for you, Christine’s Bakery also serves sourdough pizzas that’s also a rarity but tastes just as good.
Location: Has various outlets in shopping malls such as Sunway Geo Avenue, Publika Shopping Gallery, Pavilion Bukit Jalil, IOI City Mall and Mid Valley Megamall.
Operating Hours: Timing varies depending on outlet but on average Christine’s Bakery outlets operate from 8am – 10pm, daily.
Halal Status: Halal
4. Bottega KL
Bottega KL is located in center KL and is a quaint little spot that’s a no-frills Italian café, pizzeria, and grocer! If you’re looking for authentic Italian food, this is one of the BEST spots to go to.
If you like sardines and pumpkin we can’t recommend the Pecaminosa pizza enough. It has tomato mozzarella Porchetta with pumpkin and sardines marinated in buffalo mozzarella, but honestly everything here is yummy and made caringly.
Location: 1A, Jalan Ceylon, Bukit Ceylon, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: 11:15am – 10:30pm, closed only on Sundays.
Halal Status: Non-Halal
5. Monnalisa Italian Restaurant
A modest and unpretentious eatery in Sri Hartamas, Monnalisa guarantees nothing but an authentic Italian experience from it’s Italian chef and owner.
Monnalisa Ristorante Italiano provides a casual and friendly dining experience suitable for private functions as well as family dinners. Their pride and joy is their Margherita pizza, which contains only 3 ingredients! You’ll never look at a pizza the same way again, thanks to its crunchy crust, creamy cheese, fragrant sauce, and fresh herbs.
Location: Hartamas Shopping Centre, M-1-1, Sri Hartamas, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: Tuesday to Thursday, 4:30pm – 10:30pm. Friday to Sunday, 4:40pm – 11pm. Closed on Mondays.
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Halal Status: Pork-free
CRUST restaurant’s ambiance offers open areas with plenty of plants, a combination of semi-alfresco and air-conditioned seating making for an appealing environment to indulge in delicious pizzas. The beautiful wood-fired pizza oven with blue tiles in the restaurant assures guests that they’re in for a good bite of pizza!
This restaurant also carries gluten-free based pizzas! There’s something here for everyone.
Location: Unit #17, 8, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Operating Hours: Open daily, 11am – 10pm.
Halal Status: Halal
RATA is a cool fusion restaurant in Subang Jaya and is favoured by many for it’s nice ambiance and amazing taste. Their pizzas here are generous in portions, have unique Malaysian flavours AND are affordable. Their Teriyaki tuna & Bonito Flakes “14 inch pizza is priced at RM43.90 and can be eaten by 3-4 people.
Location: 25, Jalan SS 15/5a, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Operating Hours: Open daily, 11:30am – 11pm. Friday and Saturday, 11:30am -11:30pm.
Halal Status: Pork Free, Serves Alcohol.
And that’s the end of our list so far, foodies! Let us know your favourite pizza restaurant in the comment section to share the lovely flavours around. We hope you enjoy indulging on your next 🧀 cheesy pizza slice.
Happy tasting and we’ll see you in our next makan-makan article.😉👋