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Name: Mr. Pizza (The Manor)
Address: #70 TT4, The Manor, Từ Liêm, Hanoi

Directions: Across from the Garden Mall, near the Manor, in My DInh

Phone: (+84) (0)24 3787 779
21.01549137141082 105.77726840972900
Description: The first Hanoi location of a pizza chain popular in Korea.
Rating: 4.2 on a scale of 1 to 5. Based on 5 reviews.


Restaurant Type:
Sit-down restaurant
Opening Hours:
Lunch, Afternoon, Evening
Speciality:
Pizza
Take Out:
Yes
Delivery:
Yes

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5 Reviews (Followed by 4 users)
 
mmcgreal
mmcgreal on Mr. Pizza (The Manor)
November 29th, 2010 at 10:26 pm

Although I do enjoy nem, pho, and most of the other Vietnamese dishes people put in front of me I constantly long for a good slice of pepperoni pizza or a nice, thick bacon cheeseburger (or bacon anything). I’ve been disappointed by Al Fresco’s, Pepperoni’s, and My Little Italian Place, but Mr. Pizza did not let me down. The pizza was a legitimate step up from dominoes in the states and the nachos (though they came with salad not salad) were actually good. It is by far my favorite restaurant in Hanoi.
Mr. Pizza is a Korean pizza chain, so it’s possible that there are multiple locations around Hanoi, but the one I went to is located a block away from The Garden. The external appearance is what original drew me to Mr. Pizza. I reasoned that the building and the location were each very nice, so the company obviously had money, but the signage was ugly and plain, so they must have earned that money because of their actual food, not ambience or snob appeal (*cough* Highlands). Inside things were set up like a pizza place at home, there were minimal decorations, the staff (that although all Vietnamese) could speak fluent English, and the tables were not only appropriately sized but there were also booth seats. After we finished the meal the waiter saw we had leftover pizza and brought over a to-go box without our even having to ask. It truly was a great experience.
The prices were high for Vietnam standards, but pretty reasonable for “around The Garden” standards. A large pepperoni and green pepper pizza was about 200,000 VND, and it was comparable in size to a large pizza from a typical American pizza place. The nachos were also 80,000 VND which I feel is a little too high, but they were much better than 8 mozzarella sticks from Lotteria (that would also be 80,000 VND).

 
MapleLeaf (elite user)
MapleLeaf on Mr. Pizza (The Manor)
March 31st, 2010 at 8:57 pm

Mr. Pizza is a very popular pizza chain in Korea. This is their first restaurant in Hanoi. Their tag-line is (seriously) "Love for Women"

I'm told they use ingredients shipped from Korea and they prominently advertise that their crust is made from Canadian and Australian wheat. Their pizzas resemble the typical American pizza, although they are not greasy in the way Pizza Hut's are, so if you love L'una's pizzas, you probably won't like Mr. Pizza's pizzas, but if, whenever you're eating a thick-crust pizza from Al Frescos's and you think, "If only this pizza was better tasting!", you should like Mr. Pizza's offerings.

There are lots of strange varieties, which I assume are very popular in Korea, as well as some standard ones, although if you don't like onions, be sure to tell the staff. I'm positive the menu didn't mention that the pizza I ordered (a New York Special, which of course, was completely unlike any non-chain pizza sold in New York -State or City) would be covered in onions.

The restaurant seats about 50, is very popular with the Korean community already, and is very far from the heart of town. It's about 60 seconds past Uma My Dinh, in the big Manor subdivision. It's opposite the north-west corner of the Garden Mall.

 
Newman (elite user)
Newman on Mr. Pizza (The Manor)
December 10th, 2012 at 11:23 am

I've eaten here a couple of times over the last few months. It's fair to say that if you're hankering for an American-style pizza in this part of town, Mr Pizza is far from the worst option available.

The food quality is quite good,the flavours work well and the range of available pizza's is impressive. What brings the rating down is the pricing. For pizza in Hanoi, Mr Pizza is pricing themselves near the top of the market (VND220k for a 'Golden Pizza') but probably not producing a top-of-market product every time. No doubt their target market, residents of The Manor complex, don't care about this.

Well patronized, good service and decent western-fare. Worth a visit if shopping at The Garden and feeling like pizza-style munchies.

 
slayerholly
slayerholly on Mr. Pizza (The Manor)
August 14th, 2011 at 3:21 pm

My friend and I have lunch today in Mr. Pizza. It's the best pizza I ever had! Better than Pizza Hut and local western restaurant!
Service is quite good! And very very clean environment!Cool air with air-conditioner!
We had golden seafood pizza~delicious!!!

 
lcagaiden (elite user)
lcagaiden on Mr. Pizza (The Manor)
June 24th, 2010 at 1:56 pm

The best 'western-style' pizza I've had in Vietnam! Comparable to American Domino's or Pizza Hut, which may not seem that great, but still best i've found.

I tried different places before - people keep talking about Luna D'autunno, which i thought was awful (dry, thin pie with mere 4 slices of meat on it). Mr. Pizza is a bit far from the center, but if you want western-style pizza, it's well worth it :) (and they seem to have some not-so-western pizzas too, with many strange ingredients, thou i haven't tried those)

if you do take-away, they give you 20% off, but then you can just take the pizza out and eat it at one of their tables set up right outside the restaurant.

The downside is that it's a little pricy, but still within reason.

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