- Cuisines: Italian, Pizza
NileGuide Expert Says:
NileGuide Expert tip:
Alleycat's is open late on weekends, so stop by between bars to cushion the drinks and fuel the rest of your night.
- Considered by most to be the best pizza served in Taipei, Alleycat's got it's start in a tiny back alley room with about 10 tables and a small bar. The restaurant has since expanded to nine locations across the city.
With an atmosphere to match your favorite dive bar, the restaurant is smokey, crowded and cash only, as are many of the best restaurants around the world. The pizzas and calzones are big enough to take your leftovers home and taste just as good reheated the next day. If you plan to come on a weekend, be sure to make a reservation on the website at least 24 hours ahead of time.
#285 Songren Rd.
#31, Lane 35, Zhongshan N. Rd Sec. 6
2, Lane 248, Zhong Xiao E Road, Sec 4
67-1 Cheng Gong Road, Section, 5
#55, Alley 10, Chung Du Rd.
No. 1 Sec. 1 Bade Rd.
No. 1 Cheng De Rd. Sec. 1
No. 50 Sec. 1 Zhongxiao W Rd.
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User Reviews for Alleycat's Pizza
the menu looks amazing but when you actually eat it you will notice a couple of things. its the driest pizza you have ever had with very little seasoning and its about 15usd for a calzone.
- posted on 10.19.12
- by Johnnyjappleseed
Good, but relatively expensive
There are lots of Alleycats around taipei now. They are good but relatively expensive.
- posted on 07.01.12
- by Bandoeagle
Great pizza and bruschetta :)
Since we live in the Ximending area, it has become a hang out some nights for the pizza and bruchetta. :) I have also tried the caprese salad and it's pretty good :) I have found...
- posted on 05.07.12
- by Randi B L