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Maryjane Pizza 瑪莉珍比薩

I’m always on the search for really good pizza. Before I left Atlanta, my favorite place was Antico Pizza Napoletana and in Chicago, Piece Brewery and Pizzeria and Homeslice Wheel House. I don’t think Taiwan has much of an Italian population so I can’t have extremely high expectations for pizza. However, Maryjane Pizza pleasantly surprised me. It’s not perfect but it’s good enough to satisfy my cravings.    

Maryjane Pizza (Map, Facebook) is a small affordable neighborhood restaurant with fresh ingredients and luckily, it’s down the street from my house!

The restaurant offers a plethora of pizza choices from the classics to the more inventive creations. The crust is thin and crispy with a good balance of cheese and toppings. I believe the pizza size is around 12 inches — I suggest ordering one pizza per person. Also, if you upgrade your order to a set then your meal comes with a drink of choice, house salad, and a panna cotta dessert.

 Mary Jane Pizza

 House Salad

House salad with balsamic and oil dressing

 

Mary Jane – Extra Kind comes with pesto, mushrooms, and bacon. *drools* bacon…

 Mary Jane - Extra Kind

Mary Jane – Extra Kind

 

The Pepperoni is good, but I wish the pepperonis were a little better in quality and more flavorful. It’s a little rubbery.

Pepperoni

Pepperoni

 

The Amigo Rocks comes with jalapeños, red onions, and juicy roman tomatoes, with their secret Genonese sauce. This pizza is very delicious with a good kick of spice and I’m not sure what is in the Genonese sauce, but it’s darn tasty!

 Amigo Rocks

Amigo Rocks

Panna Cotta

Panna Cotta

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About Linh

"I love to eat. I live to eat. I travel to eat." It only took a short amount of time for me to find out that the rat race, corporate life was not the life I want and that pushing papers was not as creatively stimulating as they advertised. As a result, I exchanged my suits for suitcases and setting on a year long journey to Southeast Asia. For each country I visit, my goal is to immerse myself in its culture and, of course, feast my way through all of its delicacies.
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