In a city with such a diverse gastronomic scene, that’s a bold claim. So, of course, I want to know if you agree.
Competitions of this nature always raise an interesting question because you’re dealing with something personal.
Now I’ll fully admit that I love almost all pizza, but I also know my tastes are entirely personal to me.
I’m from the country that took a deep-fried pizza and made it an art form, but I like to think my tastes stretch beyond that. There’s a special place in my heart for bodega pizza, or a Neapolitan so thin it can barely take the sauce, so my go-to in Brussels was always based on where I was in the city.
Maybe you disagree with me entirely. Maybe you prefer a deep dish, though I don’t know where you’d get one in Belgium.
Your favourite pizza is yours and yours alone.
So where is it? I even welcome recommendations for places outside of the country.
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