That place (simple place) offers the best pizza that I ate in 10 months in Italy. It’s really a simple and little place but you can enjoy delicious a very well done napoletan pizza with good prices and no ceremony.
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Go here if you want top quality pizza with no frills, help yourself to beer from the fridge, order at the till. The pizza is served on rounds of cardboard if you are lucky enough to snag a table and its delicious, with authentic Neapolitan...More
Popped in here for dinner as we saw the positive reviews of the place. Our Italian is so so but thankfully they have an English menu, if you ask for it. It is more of a self service place so don't be expecting table service....More
Surely in the top three places where you can eat an amazing pizza in Florence. Inside there are only a few spots which make the atmosphere unique and more authentic. The staff is nice and the service is really good. Cheap prices and a very...More
We stumbled across this place while walking back from Piazzale Michelangelo, it was pouring with rain and we just needed somewhere to wait it out. We ended up having 8 pizzas and 2 bottles of wine between the 6 of us for €80!!!! The staff...More
Some people cannot tell good pizza if it hit them in the face. Every region and city in Italy makes pizza their own way, usually the further north of Italy you travel, the more likely your pizza is to turn into a biscuit. But not...More
I like to do my homework, and many reviews said this place was great. It's small, seems authentic, busy, and packed with people coming and going. There's only five two-person tables, so don't expect a seat. A large group had three of them alone when...More
This place is a hidden gem located outside of the city centre. Their menu has a good variety of options, but still keeps the ingredients simple, uncomplicated, and super delicious. I wish I had discovered this place sooner during my stay in Florence because I...More
This is a small place with 5 tables and a stone pizza oven. Really good variety of pies with a crust that is thin but still chewy.
My wife and I braved a rainstorm and lost our way getting to this great family pizzeria. I'm glad we didn't give up, this tiny joint is fantastic. Skip the ambiance and side walk dinning in front of a landmark. This place serves great pizza...More