Pizza is life. The love we have in our hearts for pizza goes deeper than the love we have for any food. Be it farmhouse for lunch, pepperoni for dinner or left-overs for breakfast, a good pizza will never disappoint us. The stuff goes straight to our hearts and we can never imagine getting bored of the most beautiful human creation of all time.

Thin crust pizzas take the pizza game to a whole different level by decreasing the size and share of crust and introducing a wonderfully crunchy texture. Plus, there's more cheese and more toppings, in short there's more fun! So, if you too are a thin crust pizza fan, read on and find out about our top thin-crust pizza spots in Lucknow.

P.S. We haven't mentioned the popular brand-names because we all already know of their existence.

1. Vintage Machine

Who isn't aware of Vintage Machine and the Italian delicacies they have introduced our palates to. The cafe is a top Italian joint in the city and once here, we just cannot order one dish. When it comes to thin crust pizza, Vintage has created a niche. The crust on the pizzas is always paper thin which is smothered with a melty-gooey cheese, while the sauce adds a dash of zing to the whole affair. The BBQ chicken, olive pesto and veggie exotica are a must try here.

Location: 3/11 Patrakar Puram, Gomti Nagar

3. Molecule

Molecule has taken the city by storm since day 1, proving to be one of the biggest party destinations in town. However, the food served here is one of Molecule's best kept secrets; the place has some of the most innovative, imaginative and delicious food you can find anywhere in Lucknow. The pizzas served here are perfect for when you're chilling with the gang and having a gala time. The pies are delicious, cheesy and just the look of them sets us drooling. The pizza basillica and paneer makhani are our favourites here.

Location: 7th floor, INOX riverside mall, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Though Molecule doesn't specifically serve "thin crust pizzas", all of the pizzas come with a thin crust.

2. BurgerFry

Though known for its big-juicy burgers and sweet shakes, BugerFry also serves some lip-smacking thin crust pizzas. The pizzas here are are cheesy, savoury and picturesque enough to adorn any foodie's Instagram. The old-school margherita, farm-fresh grilled veg, roasted chicken and chicken salami are few of our favourites from the joint. Pair any of these with a classic Nutella thickshake & you'll be put into a well deserved food coma.

Location: Plot no D, Ground, Ground floor, 02, Vivek Khand 2, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

4. Woodpecker

From the house of 'The Terrace', this new place is all about dreamy vibes and plush interiors that will take your breath away. It is also the place to be when you're looking for a classic pizza that will satiate all your hunger qualms and your cravings in an instant. The thin crust pizzas here are pretty epic! The topping to cheese to sauce ratio is perfect enough to make even a thick crust lover drool over with delight.

Location: Hotel Charans International, Near Halwasiya House Hazratganj MG Marg, Habibullah Estate Rd, Lucknow

5. Mocha

Known for their stunning ambience, chill vibe and the delicious food, Mocha is an institution for the city. The place is a go-to for pasta lovers, but what you might not know is that Mocha also serves amazing thin crust pizzas. Their three cheese margherita, chicken tikka, peri-peri chicken and farm fresh come highly recommended. Get yourself a pizza pie, a dish of pesto pasta and fulfill all your Italian fantasies here!

Location: CP-1, 2nd Floor, Anand Plaza, Viram Khand-1, Near Patrakarpuram Crossing

There you go, with this ultimate thin crust pizza list you'll know exactly where to go when craving a great bite of thin crust. So go get yourself some cheesy goodness now and thank us later!

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