Thanks for the Trattoria and Debonaire recommendations.
As for Moiraine, it makes me shake my head when I see people make presumptuous statements who don't even know anything about me. For starters, I think someone having one pizza in the course of eleven days hardly constitutes "traveling and looking for exactly what they just left." I'm quite an adventurpous eater. In fact, if you are moreso you are downright daring (actually, that's a line I sometimes cross myself). I'm sure I'll have more than my share of irio and matoke. Finally, have you considered that part of the point is that I don't get eactly what I just left? In India, the pizza was more like Italian pizza and they subsitutued local spices trying to recreate the flavor. (It didn't work. Pizza was awful.) In Japan, you have to order cheese or you just get the crust and tomato sauce. The pizza was terrific but outrageously expensive. Iceland has great pizza in the New York/Boston style. Pizza in Greece has something unique in it: best guess is chocolate. I've also sampled Mexican food in several countries and that is interesting as well. Be adventurous Moiraine! Try something different. See what the rest of the world's take on something you consider native to your culture is. :-)