Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by Cougar.hunter » Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:17 pm

Brookly Pizza & Piccola Italia. I don't like Pizza Company, it taste different to me compared to 6 years back. Those are the only places I've tried so far
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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by violet » Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:27 pm

Cougar.hunter wrote:
Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:17 pm
Brookly Pizza & Piccola Italia. I don't like Pizza Company, it taste different to me compared to 6 years back. Those are the only places I've tried so far
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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by Kampuchia Crumbs » Mon Jul 09, 2018 10:35 pm

I know I am going to get yelled at for this.... but the Pizza Company in Sorya Mall. :)

The question was favorite place for pizza, not favorite pizza.

I have memories of the place from first visits in 2006, and have returned every time I visit the KOW. Why? Because I enjoy the view of the city while eating a normal pizza (I'm not a fan of NY style pizza). But mostly for the view of the street and city.
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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by Jamie_Lambo » Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:17 pm

timmydownawell wrote:
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Pizza 5, previously on corner 15 and 130 was good. $5.50 for a thin crust pizza but they've recently moved to Toul Tompoung. You can order by phone and they'll deliver to riverside for $1.

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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by Equinix » Tue Jul 10, 2018 9:10 pm

Luigi in ttp or bassac lane.

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Trattoria Bello

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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by Anchor Moy » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:00 am

A bit OT, but does anyone know if the GaDo Pizza place is still operating ? The pizzeria that was run by the famous Jeffrey, a Nigerian/Italian on the run, and the Moldavan woman, who was also pretending to be Italian, and must still be in prison I guess. And where someone was posting here that they were trafficking her sister, Sharleen or Karleen, from Jamaica...

Bumping it up for those members who weren't around at the time. This was such an epic thread. Really crazy.
(Move this if I'm wrecking the food thread for pizza fans. Sorry, Violet. :facepalm: But if the place still exists, it would be worth a visit for its bizarre history. Not sure about the pizzas, but if I remember, someone said they were good, but the wine was bad, or something like that. I need to reread it. )
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Part I: Anti-Trafficking Police Raid GaDo Italy Wine Shop, Rescue 2
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Part II : Moldavan woman denies sex-trafficking - GaDo Pizza Wine Shop saga continues...
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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by frank lee bent » Wed Jul 11, 2018 5:00 am

Larry's Italian sausage pizza sets a high bar.
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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by dirtymacca » Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:00 am

" by Anchor Moy » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:00 am

A bit OT, but does anyone know if the GaDo Pizza place is still operating ? The pizzeria that was run by the famous Jeffrey, a Nigerian/Italian on the run, and the Moldavan woman, who was also pretending to be Italian, and must still be in prison I guess. And where someone was posting here that they were trafficking her sister, Sharleen or Karleen, from Jamaica..."

I had a pizza at this place just after it opened and before all drama started about people trafficking. I met "Jeffrey" and the "Jamaican girl" and I have to admit as front for a "people smuggling" operation they made a damn fine pizza. In fact I went back the next night and had another great pizza, probably the best pizzas I have had in PP.
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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by violet » Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:21 am

Anchor Moy, I like threads meandering down laneways. If I wanted on topic, I'd be where I was before here.
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Re: Where in Phnom Penh is your favourite place for pizza and why?

Post by Anchor Moy » Thu Jul 12, 2018 12:51 am

dirtymacca wrote:
Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:00 am
" by Anchor Moy » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:00 am

A bit OT, but does anyone know if the GaDo Pizza place is still operating ? The pizzeria that was run by the famous Jeffrey, a Nigerian/Italian on the run, and the Moldavan woman, who was also pretending to be Italian, and must still be in prison I guess. And where someone was posting here that they were trafficking her sister, Sharleen or Karleen, from Jamaica..."

I had a pizza at this place just after it opened and before all drama started about people trafficking. I met "Jeffrey" and the "Jamaican girl" and I have to admit as front for a "people smuggling" operation they made a damn fine pizza. In fact I went back the next night and had another great pizza, probably the best pizzas I have had in PP.
They had a good write up from the Phnom Penh Post.

Here's Jeffrey, the wine connoisseur. Amusing when you know what happens next. :mrgreen:
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