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Pizzarium Bonci
Pizza Takeout
Today 12–4PM, 6–10PM
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Via della Meloria, 43 00136 Roma Italy
Via della Meloria, 43ITLazioRoma00136
Pizza TakeoutToday 12–4PM, 6–10PM
Sunday 12–4PM, 6–10PMMonday 11AM–10PMTuesday 11AM–10PMWednesday 11AM–10PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–10PMSaturday 11AM–10PM
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Hansoli O
2 months ago
One of the best pizza's I ever had. Versatile vegatables with a good sauce. I will definitivly go back here to taste them all. The Cavola Nera pizza looks at me all the time.
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Joseph Halvarson
3 months ago
Formerly known as Pizzarium, now known as Bonci after its chef and founder, it is the best pizza I've had in Rome of this style. Ingredients were all fresh, delicious, and piled high. Great combinations of flavors. Highly recommended.
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dori kafri
5 months ago
Pizzarium reviewRate it Feel a dough craving coming on after staring at all those muscular Sybils on the Sistine ceiling? Then head for this gourmet carry-out pizza joint, which stands in a rather downmarket residential street not far from the Vatican Museums. It's the fiefdom of Gabriele Bonci, a next-generation pizza baker who combines slow-rise dough made from special flours with fresh, seasonal toppings like wild asparagus, or pesto and aubergine.
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Shannon .LaGreca
2 months ago
Best pizza I have ever tasted. No more words needed except to say I have eaten here every day I have been in Rome.
Dylan Clayson
in the last week
We tried 5 different pizzas, all brilliant but our favourite was the spicy roasted tomato. Definitely worth the walk from the Vatican
Arjun Gill
4 months ago
After visiting the Sistine Chapel/Vatican, I decided to head over here since it was highly rated by Anthony Bourdain. I do not remember how beautiful the chapel was, I don't remember how grand the Vatican Church is, all I remember is how rude the person behind the counter was. Anyways, giving the benefit of doubt I decided to order three pizzas since this is supposedly the best Pizza in Rome, I wanted to take some back to my hotel as well. After spending 17 euros, I concluded that the Pizzas can be compared to the modified Honda Civics with open exhausts. All bark, no bite. They looked decent but the crust was one step short of being classified as a hard taco shell. The toppings were ok. I am not a celebrity chef, I am a common man, and this review is by the common man for common folks. Not worth the 25 minute walk from the Vatican center.
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Catherine Wu
2 months ago
Great pizza and nice casual atmosphere. Lots of variety and great for vegetarians too.
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Nem Bog
5 months ago
Good pizza kind of cuisine nouveau but very expensive. Costs at least double then average in Rome and it's not double better, just looks more happy. Staff is not very professional. It's ok.