La pizza Gourmet
Pizza Massilia was born in December 2016 as an Art of Living before at Soi Ruam Rudee and later at Sukhumvit Soi 49.
Using only the best artisan products from Italy and France, the selection of raw materials is very curated as well as the olive oil - prepared as our Italian ancestors in the wood-fired oven.
Everything starts with the fermentation and the leavening of the dough, which is the most important moment of the entire process. There are two fundamental elements: water and flour.
The stone grinding of the cereals allows us to obtain flours that are more complete and rich in taste, which are not impoverished by rapid industrial processes and they are not as likely to bring about dietary intolerances.
Organic Italian flours obtained through the natural stone mill from Mulino Marino producer. These are natural stone milled flours, a precious variety from the Langhe, Piedmont, established since 1950s. Special flours from ‘Molino Artigianale dibenedetto’, located in Almatura (Bari), are also representing a great result of finest raw material selection.
bio extra virgin olive oil
Freshness is our priority. That`s why we only select the best producers all over the world.
Organic extra virgin olive oil Accardo tells you about a terroir`s story, a real gastronomy journey to our land.
You will enjoy its sparkling and sweet notes given by the basil citrus.
mozzarella di bufala
A tribute to Italian producer ‘Consorzio di Tutela della Mozzarella di Bufala Campana’.
Created in 1981, it is the only organization acknowledged by the Department for Agricultural, Food and Forestry Policies for the protection, safeguarding, improvement and promotion of this extraordinary cheese from Central and Southern Italy that is loved throughout the world.
san marzano tomato dop
We hand-select our products directly from Italy's regions known for their native flavors and distinctive products.
San Marzano tomatoes are prized for their balanced flavor and distinct tomato-iness. Yet as home cooks become more and more enchanted with the Italian variety, questions arise over what exactly is in that can with the San Marzano label.