Crispy Oven Fired Vegetarian Pizza at Peperoni Silom

By Mark Wiens 2 Comments
vegetarian pizza at Peperoni Silom
Close up of our vegetarian pizza at Peperoni Silom

Here’s a quick post about a vegetarian pizza we devoured and washed down with some nice desserts. Deciding what to order was an easy call, as the menu wasn’t huge and there weren’t many obvious vegetarian options. In addition to going out hunting vegetarian restaurants, we’ve also been out at restaurants of friend’s choosing and finding out the hard way how friendly restaurants are to vegetarians and vegans. So we went along for the ride to a place called Peperoni Silom— a place so aptly named it’s sure to be attracting health food eaters left and right. The onion, mushroom and bell pepper covered monstrosity you see above was the only vegetarian option on the pizza menu and after seeing they had a legit oven, we were craving pizza.

Pizza covered in mushrooms, onions and bell peppers at Narai Hotel.
Pizza covered in mushrooms, onions and bell peppers at Narai Hotel.

The staff at the restaurant offered to do the pizza without cheese and seemed pretty accommodating of special needs. That’s not always the case with restaurants in Bangkok, but because this one was in a hotel they’re probably used to making exceptions. We were just testing the waters for the benefit of our vegan readers and ended up with the cheesy version of this veggie pizza.

The next part of this meal wasn’t optional.

Crêpes Suzette at Peperoni Silom
Crêpes Suzette at Peperoni Silom
Baked Chocolate Truffle Cake with Ice Cream
Baked Chocolate Truffle Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream

How’s dessert look? We’ve been indulging even more as vegetarians. In particular, the truffle cake was rich and delicious combined with a simple scoop of vanilla ice cream. In the end we were glad friends dragged us here, completely full, and surprised at how accommodating everyone was.

Here’s the map to where you can find this place. Closest BTS stop is Chong Nonsi and it’s about a fifteen minute walk from there to the restaurant which is in Narai Hotel on Silom Road before you reach soi 18.

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  • Lawrence Michaels

    6 years ago

    You always eat the best looking food. I don’t think I’ve ever had anything similar to any of this in all my time in Thailand. How much did that pizza cost?

    • Dwight Turner

      6 years ago

      Thanks! It was tasty too. I believe all their pizza (I’m guessing you’re more interested in the meaty options— dont blame ya) are between 200-300 thb. Also important, but not mentioned here, I had a glass of house red wine for 100 baht :-)