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Budapest has no shortage of wonderful pizzerias, where you can order home delivery and tuck into authentic Italian deliciousness in the comfort of your own home. Here are our ten favourites!


Belli di Mamma

Here they make Neapolitan pizzas, and just any old Neapolitan pizzas – in 2020, they were voted one of the 50 best in Europe. BdM’s Neapolitan, classic and gourmet pizzas all represent the traditional line with no loose ends, only the occasional unorthodox toppings for the kitchen to play with. They also have great sandwiches. Wolt delivers to your door.


Blitz Pizza

At riverside party spot Pontoon, for a couple of years at Blitz Konyha, and last summer at Blitz KERT, we have enjoyed David Liptay’s pizzas fresh out of the oven – but whoever follows the work of this new-wave pizza maker ordered pizza bread and sauces from him during the spring quarantine. Now, with a return to shutdown, Friday night is pizza night again thanks to Blitz. You can order red, green and mixed boxes from them – each with two bases, sauces and cheese, and to max it up, you can pile stuff on from your own fridge. Order from their site while stocks last!



It started out as a pop-up pizzeria, then became a favourite at the annual Gourmet Festival, and has been the most reliable Neapolitan pizza spot in the party district for some time. If you don’t want a classic pizza, it’s worth choosing buffalo mozzarella from their appetisers, pizza bread dipped in oven-baked, sticky cheese, which you can reheat it in our own oven without any loss of flavour. You can pick up your order from Kazinczy utca or, if you’re feeling lazy, seek them out on Wolt or NetPincér.


Donna Mamma

The second pizzeria in Budapest to receive an AVPN Italian certificate of authenticity. Their matured, hand-crafted pizzas tend to conquer with classic toppings and combinations, all baked in a Valoriani oven from Tuscany. Just to be on the safe side, three delivery providers, Wolt, NetPincér and Bolt, can whisk them to your door.



Introduced real Neapolitan pizza to Budapest. Their takeaway slice bar on downtown Madách tér moved to Buda and expanded, becoming the first pizzeria in Hungary to receive AVPN (Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana) certification. They even offered home delivery during the spring shutdown. If you’re within easy reach of Margit körút, you can pop in and take one home with you – or look for them on Wolt, where they’re listed as ‘Igrn’ for some reason. In addition to pizza, you can also order great homemade Italian desserts.



The little brother of Pizza Manufaktúra deals in excellent Neapolitan pizza. More circumspect about following tradition, they lean towards orthodox toppings, with tomato and white-cheese bases. Delivery by Wolt. Not one to miss.


Pizza Dellarosso

This pizzeria on Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út prepares pizzas matured for a minimum of 48 hours in a Moretti Neapolis oven. You would think, therefore, and this would produce only Neapolitan pizzas, but they rather focus on taste than any specific category. Experimentation is the key here, so they go with three basics (classic tomatoes, basil pesto, sour cream) and you can choose from 29 flavour combinations. You can pick up your order or ask Wolt to do the honours.


Pizza Ma

32-centimetre, light, airy pasta, rustic edges with a perfect sauce-to-topping ratio. They offer more than 20 types of pizza, from basic Margherita to substantial luxury varieties, thanks to an extensive and flawless menu. You can pop in for their hand-made, heart-felt pizzas or order from Wolt.



These Italian siblings showed us that Roman-style pizza is at least as loveable as Neapolitan – and much more suitable for home delivery, as it can be reheated without any problems, as it was originally sold. You can pick up your slices on Nagymező, but Wolt can also deliver. The unforgettable pizza atmosphere is unfortunately not packed with it, but stick on a little Claudio Baglione, lie back and think of Rome.



The gorgeous interior of Pompás, when you’re sitting in situ, is certainly missed, but you can also enjoy their gorgeous Neapolitan-style pizzas at home. From their relatively narrow but typical selection, a big favourite is nduja. Spicy, spreadable Italian salami is rarely made into pizza, even though it was almost invented for the purpose. In addition to pizza, you can also order cakes and breakfast via Wolt.


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