âPizzaâ is eaten by putting sauce on top of flour dough and putting various ingredients such as tomatoes, seafood, meat, and cheese on it. It is a popular snack that goes with chicken because you can enjoy a variety of textures and flavors depending on the ingredients used as toppings. If you want to eat hot, freshly baked pizza but feel that one plate is too much, a slice pizza restaurant that sells piece by piece is perfect. There are various types available, so the fun of being able to choose and enjoy according to your taste is a bonus! From pizza that makes use of the light flavor of focaccia bread to pizza that fills your stomach with just one slice, pizza that captures the local flavors of Rome, Italy! Here are 5 of the best carved pizza restaurants that have limitless charm in one piece.
1. Focaccia adds an attractive texture, 'converter' in Sinsa-dong, Seoul
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âConverterâ presents pizza slices using focaccia, a traditional Italian bread. The signature menu is âMargherita,â where cheese flows down on thick focaccia bread, which draws attention. Focaccia, which is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, harmoniously combines sour tomato sauce and savory cheese. You can also enjoy a richer flavor by adding pepperoncino oil and oregano to the pizza.
â²Location: 12, Gangnam-daero 156-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:30 â 23:00
â²Price: Margherita 5,500 won, garlic pepperoni 9,500 won
â²Testimonial (Honeyscreen): I loved focaccia bread itself, so I loved this pizza! It's also fun to watch how cooking is started and made at the same time as ordering in the open kitchen. It's nice to be able to increase the size of the pizza and add cheese.
2. 'Unda Pizza' in Euljiro, Seoul, catches the eye with its extraordinary size
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'Unda Pizza' is located in District C, which has emerged as a new hot spot in Euljiro. It's a place where you can find large pizzas the size of an adult's face. The signature menu âHot Pepperoni Pizzaâ enhances the taste buds with the visual of reddish pepperoni tightly filled on top of the dough. Pepperoni adds a salty flavor to the dough, which has a light yet chewy texture.
â²Location: B1F, 29 Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 11:00 â 22:00 every day
â²Price: Hot pepperoni pizza 5,500 won, truffle mushroom pizza 5,500 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigami 365 days a year): I was surprised that the pizza was bigger than I expected. I tend to eat a lot, but after eating one piece, my stomach was completely full. I always eat pepperoni for pizza, and I was satisfied with the generous amount of pepperoni.
3. 'Slice Pizza Market' in Itaewon, Seoul, with an exotic atmosphere that makes you feel like you're in a foreign country
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âSlice Pizza Marketâ has an exotic atmosphere with neon signs and an interior decorated with red lights. The signature menu is âTruffle Mushroom,â where you can enjoy the aroma of truffles and the rich flavor of mushrooms at the same time. The fresh flavor of arugula added as a topping captures the feeling and achieves an excellent balance. âMapo tofu,â which is topped with Chinese-style sauce and crispy tofu toppings, is also a delicacy.
â²Location: 14-3, Bogwang-ro 60-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: Tuesday to Wednesday 18:00 to 23:00, Thursday to Saturday 18:00 to 05:00, closed on Sunday and Monday
â²Price: Truffle mushroom 6,500 won, mapo tofu 6,500 won
â²Testimonial (Vienna with a line of food): The store has a hip sensibility and is great for taking pictures. Even after eating truffle mushroom, you can experience the aftertaste of the truffle scent that lingers in your mouth.
4. 'HOMER PIZZA' in Hannam-dong, Seoul, flavored with homemade sauce
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'HOMER PIZZA' is run by an English husband and a Korean wife. A variety of alcoholic beverages that are easy to drink with pizza are available, such as beer, cocktails, and wine. The signature menu âSPICY RAGUâ uses homemade tomato-based sauce mixed with tabasco for a refreshing spiciness. The mild, spicy flavor reduces the greasy flavor and doesn't bite.
â²Location: 2F, 19, Itaewon-ro 42-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
â²Business hours: 17:00 â 00:00 every day
â²Price: SPICY RAGU 6,000 won, WHITE TRUFFLE 6,500 won
â²Testimonial (Shikigin seaweed ramen): This is a place I often go for when I want a quick bite. It also has a wide variety of alcoholic beverages, so it is loved by many alcoholic lovers. I recommend the slightly spicy ragout and the truffle-scented white truffle!
5. 'Pizzarium' in Yulhyeon-dong, Seoul, presented in a local style
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âPizzeriumâ sells authentic Roman-style focaccia pizza based on know-how passed on from local pizza specialty stores in Italy. It is characterized by using focaccia made through a long fermentation process as a dough to make the most of its soft texture. âArugula Ranch,â a combination of secret ranch sauce, fresh tomatoes, and arugula, and âGarlic Beef,â which combines rich cream cheese and roast beef, are popular.
â²Location: 20, Bamgogae-ro 23-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul
â²Opening hours: 11:00 â 21:00 every day, closed on Mondays
â²Price: arugula lunch 7,500 won, garlic beef 7,500 won
â²Review (Chicken I want to eat shikigin chicken): An impressive place with its square-shaped pizza. The combination of sweet sauce and fresh vegetables makes arugula ranch easy to enjoy without being heavy. If you like focaccia, be sure to check it out.
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