From 1 to 4 October 2015, at Fiera di Roma…
Are you spending a vacation in Rome after finding your ideal b&b on Bedandbreakfastroma.com?
You have to eat at least once time a pizza in one of the hundred of pizzeria in Rome!
There are so many of them that you could be disoriented.
It’s hard to do a ranking but in any case in this article we will describe some of the best pizza restaurants where you can eat a nice pizza.
Before, we do a short introduction describing the main types of pizza you can eat in Rome:
Roman pizza – it’s a round pizza very thin, low and crispy. The dough is made with wheat flour type 00 or 0, water, yeast (or sourdough), olive oil (or to get pizza crisper using seed oil) and salt in proportions such that it is tough and consistent, so often make it necessary to prepare
with a rolling pin.
Neapolitan pizza – It ‘a round pizza with soft dough and high-sided (ledge) known as high. The “high” pasta is due to air, which during the phase of manipulation of the dough moves from the center outwards.
Classic Neapolitan dough is not allowed any kind of fat,only water, flour, yeast (beer or natural) and salt.
The cooking of the Neapolitan pizza, finally, is always and done exclusively through the use of the wood stove and then never using other cooking methods such as the oven.
The pizza is one of the most common dishes in the world and is present in almost all restaurants and local Italian cuisine abroad.
Roman Pinsere – It’s a kind of pizza to ancient origins but which in recent times is spreading; of oval form, it is made with composed dough of soft wheat flour, soybeans and rice, with a high degree of hydration (75% of water compared to flour) and a leavening long (up to two
days), making it highly digestible and light.
REMO in Testaccio
Piazza Santa Maria Liberator, 44 – Rome
Tel. 06 5746270.
Located in the heart of Rome, this is the right place if you want to eat the real roman pizza, a place clean and simple, classic “low crispy pizzas. Very busy at weekends.
Viale Trastevere, 53 – Rome.
Tel. 06 5800919
Also called “Il Cassamortaro” from romans, essential environment, but you can find here very good roman pizzas of all kinds. Special mentions also for the fried, never frozen and homemade, like the delicious potato croquettes.
Via del Governo Vecchio, 114 – Rome
Tel: 06 6861617
A few steps from Piazza Navona this historical pizzeria in Rome offers classic Roman delicious pizza crunchy at low prices. Friendly staff and quick service but often very crowded.
Via di Ripetta, 14 – Rome
Tel: 06 3211468
Since 20 years, in this pizza restaurant located two steps away from Piazza del Popolo, Via del Corso and Piazza di Spagna, you can eat an excellent neapolitan pizza for its dough, smell and taste. Here you can eat other Neapolitan specialties like the delicious fried or sweets.
Considering the location and the quality also the prices are great.
Via Valle Corteno 31, Rome, Italy
Tel.: 06 8180960
For those who love “high” pizza, Neapolitan, but at the same time light and digestible this is the right place. Great variety of appetizers, the spectacular Trapizzini, try the rice balls amatriciana! Local is not very large, it should call for reservations.
Via degli Scipioni, 248 – Rome
Tel: 06 36004409
In the Prati district, near the Vatican, there is this “Pinseria”, not very large, with reservations required, but where you can eat the oval Pinsa from mixing light and fragrant and the many combinations of seasoning. Also excellent and original appetizers and desserts.
The staff and service are excellent.
Via Flavia, 98 – Rome
In central area, there this Pinseria where the Pinsa is always eat standing or leaning against the bench placed outside the room. The restaurant is small, but the Pinse are really special and are cooked in a wood stove only after being chosen and ordered.