Handmade Gourmet Pizza: Pizza is the one food we crave 24/7 regardless of ethnicity and nationality. Serving the authentic Neapolitan-styled pizza, Cotton Tree Pizzeria brings you on a tasteful journey to the Mediterranean with a rich food history while pampering your tastebud.
Look & Feel: Making the most of its beautiful Cotton Tree Terrace, the Pizzeria’s diners also get a panorama view of the heart of the city while enjoying some of the best pizzas in town. Tour The Murray for a bit before or after the big meal — the hotel surely won’t disappoint with its architectural design known for connecting Hong Kong to its green spaces.
On The Menu: Serving pizzas straight from the traditional Italian oven to your table, Cotton Tree Pizzeria will make for a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle.
Start your meal with the refreshing appetizers that include the all-time favorite Prosciutto di Parma 118 with cantaloupe melon, crab cakes, and smoked salmon with sour cream.
And there comes the pizzas. Margherita, Parma and Napolitana — you will find all the traditional pizzas at the Pizzeria, but better. With a soft base, raised crunchy rim then garnished with tomato sauce and cheese, the Neapolitan-styled pizzas are nothing fancy but prove that less is more. If you want a spin on the classics on the soft, fragrant and tender dough, the Funghi e Tartufo and Quatro Formaggi would also be a great choice to munch in!
You would be missing out if you didn’t give the Pizzeria’s homemade limoncello a try. A lemon liqueur mainly produced in Southern Italy, the citrusy drink will be an ideal pick to cool you down in summer and complement the pizzas.
Great For: Any gatherings in summer! The pet-friendly spot will also be a top pick to spend some quality time with your furry friend.
FYI: Dining will be limited to 4 persons per table until 10 p.m. in regards to the government’s latest social-distancing policy. Please refer to Cotton Tree Pizzeria’s website and socials for updates.
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This writeup is a news piece and was not based on a restaurant visit. The Loop HK will update this post once we’ve visited in person.