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Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza
      #1540984 - 10/21/13 04:32 PM (24.114.65.12)

Just came back from Italy .... and looking for Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza on SXM preferably on the French Side. Suggestions?

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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Anonymous]
      #1541022 - 10/21/13 06:44 PM (67.149.209.9)

Not sure if its wood-fired but we really like LeQuinze in Grand Case for good thin crust Euro-style pizza.....and it was a cheap dinning option. I think this place will replace the lolos for cheap dinning option for us in Grand Case. It towards GCBC across from Octopus diving.

http://www.tripadvisor.in/Restaurant_Rev..._St_Martin.html


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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Anonymous]
      #1541029 - 10/21/13 06:59 PM (208.91.195.229)

Enzo Pizza Truck in the parking lot of La Peninsule, close to the round about in Hope Estate (Old Surf Club).

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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Mantas]
      #1541119 - 10/22/13 10:29 AM (98.124.127.34)

That's great to hear! They were just finishing renovations when we were there last fall and we will definitely check them out next month. Are they open at lunch?

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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Anonymous]
      #1541120 - 10/22/13 10:48 AM (24.114.79.5)

Thanks so much! ..as the original "poster", I appreciate the tips ... we've been to SXM many times, but never found wood fired pizza (wonderful smokey crispy crust).... hope next time we shall! SANTE!

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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Anonymous]
      #1541122 - 10/22/13 11:05 AM (12.9.88.204)

Not for nothin but thin crust I get. Wood fired? Lots of fire wood no? Wont that make it very expensive pizza.

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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Anonymous]
      #1541128 - 10/22/13 11:38 AM (70.193.17.4)

Yep, I'm thinking wood-fired pizza isn't something that you'll find on the island. Wood for cooking isn't a readily-available resource.

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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Anonymous]
      #1541139 - 10/22/13 12:02 PM (74.83.61.73)

Where is Luigi? He always uses a wood fire for his pizza. Is Chow still closed?

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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Anonymous]
      #1541154 - 10/22/13 12:48 PM (24.35.232.137)

Orange Fever on OB has the best pizza we have found. It's not wood fired but is very good, prices are reasonalbe, and Luke & Olivier make sure you have a good experience.

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Re: Wood Fired European Thin-Crust Pizza [Re: Anonymous]
      #1541160 - 10/22/13 01:22 PM (173.162.34.45)

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Anonymous said:
That's great to hear! They were just finishing renovations when we were there last fall and we will definitely check them out next month. Are they open at lunch?


Hours are on their site...looks like they open at 6pm. Their pizza menu isn't on their site though: http://www.restaurantlequinze.com/le-restaurant/


Besides the wood issues, wood fired ovens are typically open and give off a tremendous amount of heat. Outside grills can get away with making that much 'open' heat because its outside and dissipates but a pizza oven indoors in that climate would require AC....lots of places are nonAC so the temps could be unbearable.


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