Monday, February 14, 2011

Dusit Thani Italian Pizza

Hotels normally have good pizza. The Dusit Thani with its gas fired ovens and home made pizzas is no exception to the rule.

By Karn G. Bulsuk

Dusit Thani, Hua Hin: San Marco Italian Restaurant
Price: 350 baht (plus VAT and service charge)

Staying at the Dusit Thani Hua Hin on company tab gives you the benefit of enjoying the food there without having to worry too much about the cost - especially since you don't really have a choice when you can't get out into town without a car.

The hotel has an Italian restaurant called San Marco. Its an outdoor restaurant adorned with pictures of Venice and like its namesake, San Marco square, and serves a good selection of Italian food. They also happened to have a pizza oven and made hand made pizza, which is why we ordered the pizza pictured above.

For around 350 baht (plus tax and service charge), we received a freshly baked pizza with a decent set of toppings. The crust was crispy but soft, while the cheese, toppings and sauce all equalized, and one did not over power the other. It was a good pizza which I would certainly be glad to order again.

1 comment:

  1. I actually ate a lot of pizza when I was last in Thailand. There is a lot of pizza in Thailand, and it is probably the closest pizza I have had to real Italian style. The one pictured above looks amazing.