PIZZERIA D'BUZZA - Seoul
If you can, get a seat by the window. Try not to visit during peak lunch hours 12-1, as there are many people waiting to get a seat. You might want to make a reservation in advance.
Neatly tucked away in a back alley, this Italian restaurant serves up some of the best pizzas in the area and has quickly gained fame for their delicious pizzas... whether it's the name: 'buzza' which translates to 'rich' in Korean, or it's it simply the food - we'll leave that up to you to decide... No matter what, this place is definitely one of the most popular places to dine and be seen in Seoul at the moment and the waiting list for a reservation is months away... BUT TRY YOUR LUCK!
Try the simple and tasty pizzas like the: 'Margherita con Bufala', 'Diavola con Olive Nere' or what about a traditional 'Calzone'? If you're not into pizza, order 'Homemade Lasagne' or deliciously 'Steamed Mussels'.
Fresh ingredients and an authentic 'forno' oven, makes this place stand out from its peers and definitely worth a visit if you are looking to satisfy your palate with some real Italiano thin-crust pizza and traditional homemade dishes. We've even spotted some Italians here - and knowing that Italians can be somewhat picky... seems like Pizzeria d'buzza has nothing to worry about.
Some Koreans might say the pizza crust is a bit too burned...however, we think it makes it even better!
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