Was lucky enough to share a pizza with local residents. It has the reputation of being the best pizza around and it didn't disappoint.
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It was a very cold winter day and we went there after taking the rickshaw ride. We ordered two types of piping hot pizza which came in square shape. It tasted heavenly and the decor of the restaurant was also pleasant with an indoor pond...More
The pizza was "eh". It was an attempt that was mostly edible. The issue we had was the drinks. Be sure to ask before hand. Pretty sure if we had done that they would have thrown out $5 for a can of soda. This was...More
Our tour guide, Simon, took us here for lunch. I was not expecting good Italian pizza in a Hutong in Beijing, but it was excellent. Prices are reasonable too. It's located in a 400 year old temple so be sure and go upstairs to see...More
We escaped the crowds of rickshaw riding tourists by stumbling into this Hutong Pizza restaurant, recommended by our tour guide. We were lucky as it was very quiet and we could sit outside above a fish pond and with a bright/open roof on this nice...More
Has been getting progressively worse over the last year or so. Indifferently disinterested service. Tired decor. (dark,damp cold Hutong chic is over). Getting orders wrong (like only remembering one pizza in an order of two) and then not even really managing to apologize beyond an...More
We were in Beijing for two weeks and needed a break from Chinese food. The setting was lovely, but the pizza was disappointing, with a droopy crust and sauce that tasted jarred. Maybe ingredients are hard to source. I suspect a New Haven style pizza...More