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Mamma Mia Pizza Salaya

Best pizzas and burgers in Bangkok

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Mamma Mia Pizza is an Italian Restaurant located in Salaya, Nakorn Pathom, Thailand in the grounds of an apartment called Rangsee Place. The restaurant is run by an Italian native called Paolo, who has been in the restaurant business all his life. Paolo is very knowledgeable of course in all aspects of his business from how to roast coffee beans, to creating the best pizza bases.

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I actually first came across this pizza restaurant when Thailand International Tours had taken me to Dorn Wai Floating Market, which is close by. Since that first meal with my Thailand International Tours guide I have been back many times since.

The majority of Mamma Mia’s customers are teachers, support staff and students from Mahidol University who live in and share the small town.

Mamma Mia Pizza specialize in Italian thin pizzas, pastas, burgers, and Asian Fusion food. The food is exceptional, and I especially like the Belfast Burger, which must be the best burger I have had in Thailand. I had to ask where Paolo gets his patties from because they are truly great burgers, and he told me a Scottish Butcher makes them for him. Also the Parma Ham and Blue Cheese pizza is awesome.

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There appears to be special alcohol and shisha promotions regularly, which look to be very popular. They have a free delivery service around Salaya, which I have heard is very efficient although I have only eaten in the restaurant.

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So if you fancy some fantastic pizza, or perhaps a lush burger give Mamma Mia Pizza Salaya, Nakorn Pathom a try.

Go see for yourself!

Mamma Mia Pizza Salaya, Nakorn Pathom

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Posted by Nods33 17:46 Archived in Thailand Tagged thailand tours dining vip international concierge

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