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Just in between the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, Zaza serves many kinds of pizzas all strictly made with organic and carefully selected ingredients and no animal fats. It seems that their crunchy secret is the natural yeast left to rise for long hours. The menu also includes stuffed pizza, rosemary flatbread and fried croquettes. They bake both white and red pizzas that range from the classical cherry tomato and mozzarella to the tasty but unusual zucchini, shrimp and provolone pizza. Pizzas are sold also by the slice, and the parlor offers free delivery service too. In good weather, take a seat at the few tables out front and enjoy the view of the busy square.
Antico Forno Roscioli is not your average bakery but a quite popular neighborhood fixture famous for its pizza bianca. The sister restaurant is just down the lane, but this little eatery is a perfect lunchtime place serving exceptional pizzas, pastas, vegetable dishes and desserts. The staff is friendly and the quality sustains a high level. Gluten-free and kosher breads are also offered; and you can pick up a lunch bag to go if it gets too crowded.
Do not be put off by the noise in this central and very pleasant pizzeria. There are classic pizzas and traditional Roman cuisine such as Pasta Cacio e Pepe or the delicious Pasta al Amatriciana and a limited choice of side vegetables lightly cooked with a little hot pepper. The restaurant has a good selection of wines to accompany your meal.
Historic pizzeria, open for over 100 years and known as 'la pizzeria di Via Genova', which can be noisy but welcoming at the same time, making it a popular group destination. Antica Pizzeria Fratelli RICCI EST! EST!! EST!!! has been managed by the Ricci family since its establishment in 1888. Pizzas can be either bassa (thin) according to Roman tradition, or alta (thick) according to Neapolitan rules, depending on your preference. The calzoni, codfish fillets and crostini are also delicious. Beverages offered include beer and wine.
Popular pizzeria for foreigners and locals alike. Swift, courteous service. There are open-air tables for dining during the summer months. The pizzas, canapés, fried foods and bruschette (toast with various toppings) are all excellent. Pizzas are generally thin crusted and crunchy (per Roman tradition), and the numerous other fried foods are always a joy. There are also some first and second course dishes on the menu, that are typically Italian, like risotto and spaghetti. The desserts are home-made.
This beautiful restaurant, with huge candles on every table and its 17th-century feel, is the perfect place for a romantic dinner (period dramas are often filmed here). There is a classic pizzeria menu: fried antipasti, delicious bruschette, pizzas and desserts. The freshest mozzarella, extra virgin olive oil and dough are used to create such masterpieces as the fontina e tartufo pizza and the classic margherita. The desserts are homemade - the tiramisù, pannacotta and the torte della nonna are very good. Prices are only slightly higher than in other pizzerias. The ancient walls and the beams overshadow the rest of the furnishings. However, there are always new details to catch the eye: garlic, onions and peppers hang from the beams, as well as antique oil lanterns. People from centuries past have written along the high walls and their words are still visible; meat hooks and antique nails and cracks also ooze history.
Baffetto is a historic Roman pizzeria which, over the years, has stood out because of its 'family feel' and of course for the wide variety of delicious pizzas offered daily. Sometimes you may have to wait in line for a short while because of the restaurant's popularity, but be patient, the service is very fast and the pizza is really worth the wait! You will also find mouth-watering bruschette, various salads, mushrooms, beans, and super home-made desserts. A real gem for the Italian food lover in us all.
Very popular with tourists and Italians who come from all parts of Rome. The young crowd call Ai Marmi l’Obitorio 'the morgue' because of the marble tables and walls made of stone. Despite this, there is a lively, friendly atmosphere. The excellent pizzas can be accompanied by rice and other kinds of croquettes, fillets of dry salted cod, pumpkin flowers and beans dressed in different ways. An extensive list of beer and wine are available to accompany your gooey cheesy pizzas.
Located in the neighborhood of Trastevere, Restaurant La Gattabuia is one great place for delicious steaks and pizzas. The low lit and soft ambiance sure proves for a relaxed meal. The authentic Italian and Roman delicacies like the carbonara, amatriciana, gnocchi, fried and grilled vegetables and the grilled items such as the fillets, steaks and roasts are much appreciated here. The pizzas prepared slowly in their special wood stove cannot be missed here. Complement your meals and choose from a vast variety of 80 red wines from Lazio. Be sure to end the evening with the perfect dessert from their menu. Call ahead to inquire more on hosting your private events here.
Situated in the heart of Trastevere, this pizzeria is run by a group of friends who are constantly dreaming up ideas for new and extravagant pizzas. When it comes to taste, the traditional pizzas may just have the edge on the more creative ones. The calzone (folded pizza) filled with marscapone or ricotta and nutella is not to be missed. Savor the authentic taste of pizzas slowly cooked in a wood oven. The home-made desserts are offer a perfect ending to your pizza fest.
This is a brightly colored country-style pizzeria with a large room and one smaller, quieter room. The service is fast and efficient, and the pizza is excellent, in Neapolitan style - high and soft. The fried seafood, pagnottielli, bruschetta, vegetable dishes and salads are all tasty as are the pastas and grilled dishes. The desserts are made on the premises, they cannot be missed! For reservations and more information, call ahead.