Crust-lovers, rejoice: If you’re a fan of thick, chewy, unrepentantly puffy edges on your pies, Pizzeria d’Buzza’s pizza crusts share the stage with their toppings. Your order even comes with a plate of pesto, shaved parmesan and pepper flakes for dipping said crusts, which are toasty and ever so slightly blackened from the wood stove ovens. “Buzza,” in case you were wondering, roughly translates to “wealthy” in Korean, and absolutely nothing in Italian. Nonetheless, eating here won’t break the bank. Just be sure to make a reservation, as wait times can stretch to hours at their peak. The original location is cozy and ideal for couples, while the second location is better for larger groups.
|Venue name:||Pizzeria d'Buzza|
28 Itaewon-ro 55-gil
|Opening hours:||Daily 11:30-10:30 (Break Time 15:30-17:30)|
|Transport:||Itaewon Station (line 6), exit 1|