POP OUT FOR A PERFECT PIZZA PIE

BANGKOK

  • Grab a seat at the finest pizza joint in town
  • Feast on coal-blackened pizzas and silky house-made pastas




If a craving for real deal Western fare hits, you’re in luck—the city’s finest pizza is just around the corner from the Conrad Bangkok. Pizza Massilia originally rolled into town as a food truck, but opened a brick and mortar restaurant to keep up with the demand for their popular pies. Italian chef Luca Appino bakes up Mediterranean-style creations in an imported brick oven with a wink and a smile (say ciao when he’s in-house). Try a classic spicy nduja pizza topped with smoky scamorza cheese or venture off script with the uni and yellow tomato pie. Perfectly roasted chicken and silky house-made pastas also make an appearance on the menu. Snag a table along the sidewalk outside, or opt for the French-accented dining room—all Damask wallpaper, white table-cloths and intricately patterned hardwood floors.














Duck out the back entrance of the hotel and slip through a little alley to Soi Ruam Rudee. Turn left and it’s two blocks up on your right.

​​PIZZA MASSILIA: 15/1 Soi Ruam Ruedee; +66-2651-5091; pizzamassilia.com​​





POP OUT FOR A PERFECT PIZZA PIE

POP OUT FOR A PERFECT PIZZA PIE

BANGKOK

  • Grab a seat at the finest pizza joint in town
  • Feast on coal-blackened pizzas and silky house-made pastas




If a craving for real deal Western fare hits, you’re in luck—the city’s finest pizza is just around the corner from the Conrad Bangkok. Pizza Massilia originally rolled into town as a food truck, but opened a brick and mortar restaurant to keep up with the demand for their popular pies. Italian chef Luca Appino bakes up Mediterranean-style creations in an imported brick oven with a wink and a smile (say ciao when he’s in-house). Try a classic spicy nduja pizza topped with smoky scamorza cheese or venture off script with the uni and yellow tomato pie. Perfectly roasted chicken and silky house-made pastas also make an appearance on the menu. Snag a table along the sidewalk outside, or opt for the French-accented dining room—all Damask wallpaper, white table-cloths and intricately patterned hardwood floors.














Duck out the back entrance of the hotel and slip through a little alley to Soi Ruam Rudee. Turn left and it’s two blocks up on your right.

​​PIZZA MASSILIA: 15/1 Soi Ruam Ruedee; +66-2651-5091; pizzamassilia.com​​