I do not wish to mislead you to think I only enjoy hamburgers. I equally enjoy pizza. But good, thin, real Italian pizza from the bread oven.
Apart form Pizzeria Karijola, Duksa is the synonym when it comes to real, Italian pizza with thin dough topped with imaginative ingredients, yet not too thickly. The pizzas are divided in two categories, red pizzas and white pizzas, which means that there some with tomato sauce and some without. The ingredients are of really good quality plus you get the parmesan cheese and olive oil separately. Hence the prices, which are a bit higher than in other pizzerias. But then, those are other kind of pizzas too :).
I have to say it is always hard to decide which one to order so I’ve come to a solution – every time I order a different one. Not really a break-through discovery but it works for me. If you are not a vegetarian, my suggestion for the first time would be a pizza named “Na ovu Dado otkida” (Dado is nuts about this one). It is a pizza with heavenly combined tomato sauce, mozzarella, gorgonzola, smoked cheese, feta cheese, pancetta and fresh basil (the picture). There’s a good selection of wine and beer, and a nice touch is the jar with fresh basil on each table.
The service is great, interior is very pleasant and authentic with a heated floor terrace for smokers.