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Q: Who has the best slice of pizza in Tianjin?

8 years 11 weeks ago in  Food  - Tianjin

 
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A somewhat authentic italiano slice can be had at Venezia in the Italian Style Town area. I don’t know what’s best for you but this to me with thin crust is the best around. I stick with the pepperoni or the onion and the mushroom pizzas because they are soo good but there are tons of topping options. A 9 inch pizza is about 50 RMB and the place is open until 12 midnight. If you need the address… 48 Ziyou Dao, Former Italian Concession Area in Hebei District.

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Galilee pizza in Meijeng.  Hands down. Almost good enough for a chicago native that was raised on good pizza

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pizza hut is also good option.

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