Truely fantastic. Better than italy. Fresh ingredients blasted in their wood fired oven. Sizzling in minutes. Superb. I ate here every day for five days and was astonished every time.
First time in 3 months eating good western food in Southeast Asia. Good pizzas with a thin base and they also have the option to get a smaller pizza and a salad for the same price as a big pizza, which is good for those who want an healthy meal. It's a little bit expensive but it has to be... 更多
I think a sign of a good Restuarant is how busy it is. I walked past this place at lunchtime and it was busy so we decided (also... based on Trip Advisor reviews) to try it out. Very friendly service and 2 amazing pizzas we left as two happy customers. The pizzas we ate were the La Coco (goats cheese... 更多
I'm actually pretty taken back that this restaurant is number 48 on trip adviser, it definitely deserves to be higher. I've visited Vientiane now twice, the first time my boyfriend and I stumbled across Via Via on the hunt for a pizza and thank god we did because this was hands down the best pizza I've had since arriving in... 更多
I've eaten here almost every day on my previous staying in Vientiane, and come back also this time. The pizza is thin, crispy, and amazingly tasteful. Also had pita and humus, pretty good as well. Prices in Vientiane standards.
Imo simply the best pizza of Vientiane. Price is very fair compared to their competitors who have nice pizzas too, but are more expensive. I highly recommend the pesto and artichoke as vegetarian.
A wood fired oven, extensive menu and a good grasp of the pizza basics. A bit expensive, but well that's kind of a given in Vientiane. Good pizzas that will help you de-Asian food for sure in a good location. Definetely among the better places in town. Avoid the wine though!