A slice of New York at Slices Pizzeria

Did you know that one of the most common password used in the World Wide Web is “pizza123”? Really, it is.

With over a billion internet users, it shows how much people love pizza. Including me.

Back in April, when I went to Hong Kong to cover HKTDC Electronics Fair, while walking by the quiet Leighton Road around four in the afternoon, I saw a pizza shop at the corner of Haven Street in Causeway Bay. Aptly named, Slices Pizzeria.

Slices Pizzeria
Slices Pizzeria / Causeway Bay, HK

Quite had enough of Dim Sum, I went inside. Typical pizzeria, there’s a counter with the pizzas displayed in a window, a cashier to order from, and seats and tables.

Pies come in 14″, 18″, and 22″ sizes. For 22″ pizzas, the price starts from $190 HKD for Margherita and up to $250 HKD for a four-topping pie. A slice of pizza starts from $28 HKD and shoots up to $32 HKD. I bought a slice of pepperoni pizza.

Pepperoni Pizza
Pepperoni Pizza / Slices Pizzeria

The pizza’s crust is just right for me. Not too thick and it’s crunchy. The pepperoni wasn’t spicy enough for me but it’s tasty. The tomato sauce was a bit sour, which I like, and the amount of cheese is fine, though I prefer it overflowing.

Want to have a different kind of pizza? Slices lets you create your own!

What’s more, if you’re a group of 3 to 5 students you’ll get 10% discount. Ff you’re more than 6, you’ll get 15% discount. And if it’s your birthday, Slices will give you a 50% discount. How cool is that!?

If you’re in Hong Kong and would like to have a good slice of pizza, try them!

Slices Pizzeria
G/F, 128 (on the corner of Leighton Road and Haven Street.)
Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Hours:
11:00 AM to 10:30 PM Monday to Thursday
11:00 AM to 11:00 PM Friday through Sunday

Phone: 2895-6633




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