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Pizzarium
Pizza Takeout
Today 12:00 – 4:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
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Via della Meloria, 43 00136 Roma Italy
Via della Meloria, 43ITLazioRoma00136
+39 06 3974 5416
Pizza TakeoutToday 12:00 – 4:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 4:00 pm, 6:00 – 10:00 pm
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Ed Horst
a month ago
Amazing selection of crazy variations. Highly recommended. Just don't expect anything terribly spicy. What they described as "spicy tomato" barely moved the needle on our scale.
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Karam Debly
10 months ago
We tried small pieces of a few different pizzas and they were all incredible. This pizzeria stands out compared to the others we ate it because of the variety and creativity. Almost half of the options were vegan or vegetarian when we visited. If they have the pizza with the mashed potatoes on it when you visit be sure to try it. Also, the plain marinara should not be overlooked. It was incredible.
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Alice Wang
10 months ago
Heard about this place from Anthony Bourdain's The Layover show and since we were close to the Vatican, we walked over to Pizzarium. It's about a 10-minute walk so manageable but not right across from the Vatican. It's a small storefront, take-out being its mojo. You stand in line to order, they give you a ticket, you pay at the cashier, and then wait for your pizza. There are four tiny benches set up right outside to sit on so be prepared to play musical benches, stand and eat, or take it to go eat somewhere else. Pizzarium sells pizza by weight. You go up to the counter, tell them which slices you want, and they'll cut them up for you and put it in a tray or box to go. Ordered one slice of sun-dried tomatoes and eggplant and one slice of prosciutto and artichoke. Also ordered a suppli, which is a ball made of risotto stuffed with tomato sauce and egg, coated in bread crumbs, and deep-fried. Definitely try this Italian snack! The pizza was good, my preference leaning towards the sun-dried tomatoes and eggplant. The prosciutto/artichoke was just alright and the flavors together honestly felt a bit off. The tomatoes/eggplant was really good though.
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illmaterian
4 months ago
Simply heavenly! Spinach, ricotta and anchovy pizza was trully exceptional.
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Clément Jacquard
3 months ago
A place where you must eat if you are about to visit the Vatican museum. This pizzeria serves slices of very original and tasty pizza at a reasonable price. The only problem is that you can't really sit but it is worth walking a few hundred meters from the museum entrance to enjoy their food.
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Mohamed Salti
10 months ago
You've never had pizza before. The crust is perfect, thin crunchy and just tastes amazing. There are a lot of different pizzas with so many different toppings if there isn't a huge line ask the staff for their recommendations, extremely friendly - they felt like good friends. The ham and fresh fig was excellent, indescribable flavour. We were also recommended (and given for free to try) a slice of collie flowers, cheese and 10 different herbs/spices... Delicious!!!!!!! Finally tried the horse meat and sheep cheese, try it, very nice!
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Mohammad Nasser
a month ago
Good pizza and nice tables to stand up outside and keep ordering :D
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Joe Matt
9 months ago
I've been coming to Rome for over 40yrs.This is pizza is at an octave above other pizzeria's,Very friendly staff and they speak a bit english. You can walk from the vatican museum or take the metro one stop past the Vatican (ciprio stop). get off and turn left and its right there about 50 meters. you can also buy their bread there. I took a 10 min walk to the panificio but its the same stuff they sell at the Pizzarium.Its a time you wont forget when eating pizza in Rome. about twice the price of a regular pizzeria but hey how many times you going to be in Rome?
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