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Pizzarium

Pizza Place and Beer Store€€€
Trionfale, Rome
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  • Murat A.
    "They offer the best pizzas in Rome."(12 Tips)
    Like A Local Guide
    "Pizzarium has the best “pizza al taglio” (slices of pizza) in Rome."(4 Tips)
    Henry B.
    "Great spot for lunch after going to the Vatican museum."(3 Tips)
    Muratti C.
    "Zucchini flower, tomato, shrimps are my favorite."(3 Tips)
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  • Chris R.
    Chris Richards2 weeks ago
    They say the best pizza in Rome. I say, try everything here. Plenty of vegetarian options including a tasty potato topped delight. Stop reading this and go now.
  • Muratti C.
    Muratti CJune 4
    Best pizza I ever had in my life. Super nice dough, light, crunchy. Zucchini flower, tomato, shrimps are my favorite.
  • Svetoslav S.
    Simply the best pizzas in Rome. Worth the fast food stand and eat experience!
  • Furious Angel
    Great pizza slices from a famous chef, though a bit pricey. Worth a visit and wait.
  • Rebecca M.
    A bit of a walk from the Vatican, but it is worth it. Delicious pizza...amazing crust.
  • Kral2
    Kral2November 24, 2015
    Amazing Al Taglio at Roma! Worth the trip and the wait. Definitely.
  • Matei P.
    Matei P.November 3, 2015
    Some of the best pizza you will ever eat! I completely underestimated the pizza with pasta carbonara on top! )) and incredible selection of suppli and arancini - DO NOT MISS.
  • André L.
    André LamelasOctober 31, 2015
    The one true temple of pizza. Just grab whatever looks good to you and enjoy. Potato and mozzarella is a must.
  • Stephanie
    StephanieOctober 10, 2015
    Take a ticket and wait to be served. Price by weight. Unusual and flavourful ingredients and crisp dough. Don't expect to sit down. It's eat standing or take away. A bit far out but worth the walk.
  • Ben K.
    Ben Kessler (@kessler)September 21, 2015
    Lives up to the hype of best pizza in Rome. Toppings change daily like spicy tomato, porchetta, anchovies, and even carrots.
  • Nabeela I.
    Nabeela IsmailSeptember 19, 2015
    So many flavours so difficult to choose! Their tomato basil with a chili kick, & cheese zucchini flower was spot on. The bread base is super. Only disappointed there were as many 'out-there' combo's.
  • Danielle C.
    Danielle CollaSeptember 18, 2015
    Everything is great! Love love love this place (more info on my blog - www.mylifeinsin.com)
  • Sergio
    SergioSeptember 14, 2015
    Pizza with mixed flavours made by chance instead of art, most of the slices are awful! rude and disorganized staff.
  • Andrew
    AndrewSeptember 8, 2015
    Highly recommend pizza lovers to visit. Almost as important as seeing the Sistine chapel. I am not a pizza lover but has converted after this trip.
  • Michał B.
    Michał BijataAugust 22, 2015
    The best pizza in Rome, no doubt! Also very pleasant service.
  • Bekir O.
    Bekir OzbayAugust 21, 2015
    Extra-ordinary pizza experience. Unusual tastes with usual ingredients. Definitely worth the trip, which is a bit out of the popular routes. My favourite was the one with potato.
  • Mogli O.
    Mogli OakAugust 14, 2015
    No. 1 pizza joint in Rome on fourquare . meh. Not that amazing. PS don't get this ginger drink, it tastes like shit!
  • Fabio G.
    Fabio GrubbaAugust 9, 2015
    Really nice pizza !!! all kinds of mixture you can imagine ! The crust was a unique , never taste it one so good !!! But there is no place to sit , it's just a grab and go !
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Elizaveta T.
    Elizaveta T.July 28, 2015
    Must confess, I hate squared pizza, but... Pizza here is serene. (Better only at I Fratelli). Only 8 tables, so you have to wait, but worth it! New pizza everyday.
  • Mustafa A.
    Mustafa AksebzeciJuly 27, 2015
    Their pizza is very tasty. However, most of their pizza contains pork. Also, they don't sell known beer brands. I bought craft beer from them. But it was no good.
  • Chris K.
    Chris KonecnyJune 21, 2015
    Simply best pizza I have ever had. Anthony Bourdain put this place on the map so go at off times to avoid long lines
  • ZZubin
    ZZubinJune 8, 2015
    Nowadays you'll see "Bonci" more prominently displayed than "Pizzarium" but the great pizza is still the same: gourmet with VERY interesting toppings like buratta, zucchini flower, prosciutto crudo
  • Danielle L.
    Danielle L.May 23, 2015
    Grab a number, wait outside until your number is called, get as many different types as you can (they're all so good!), pay, pick up your pizza, and then have an amazing meal!
  • Augustas R.
    Augustas RibokasMay 11, 2015
    Pizza by the inch (pizza al taglio). Many tastes, but changes promply. There is a queue ticketing machine, so must be busy in the peak hours, nonetheless the service is quick.
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Like A Local Guide
    Like A Local GuideFebruary 12, 2015
    Pizzarium has the best “pizza al taglio” (slices of pizza) in Rome. Made from select local ingredients, their pizzas are simply amazing. If you plan on coming here for lunch, be prepared to queue. Read more
  • Dmitry B.
    Dmitry BokovJanuary 6, 2015
    Takeaway piZza but possible to eat inside. Best in Rome. Even better than in any restaurant or pizzeria. Must visit for all pizza lovers.
  • Jack D.
    Jack DavisJanuary 3, 2015
    Possibly the best pizza by the slice place in Rome, with a great range of quirky toppings. Incredibly busy!
  • Jonathan C.
    Jonathan ChooDecember 15, 2014
    Probably one of the best pizzas I've ever had. Pricey but worth it. I can eat the base just by itself...
  • Khoi N.
    Khoi NguyenNovember 19, 2014
    A bit off the beaten path, but well worth the trek. Reviews are legit. Cheap and amazingly fresh pizza. Good for a quick bite.
  • Pavol S.
    Pavol StofkoNovember 11, 2014
    Amazing pizza but can be easily more expensive than in normal restaurant and staff is a bit rude. Anyways worth to try it.
  • MLO
    MLOOctober 30, 2014
    Pro-Tip: Order a few kinds of pizza, eat them, and then get back inline as they constantly being out new and inventive flavor combinations. Cabbage and pumpkin outshined their classic.
  • Özkan G.
    Özkan GültekinOctober 29, 2014
    I read the comments and went there. After experience I might go wrong place. It's an ordinary place with thick pizzas. Besides don't expect place to sit and eat.
  • Jennissima
    JennissimaOctober 12, 2014
    Best pizza I ever ate in my life!! The crust is so light and the toppings are to do for! I'd skip the arancini and just eat more pizza!
  • Kris C.
    Kris ConcepcionSeptember 26, 2014
    Really eclectic pizzas. The potato pizza was really unique, even if it is a carb bomb.
  • Global H.
    Global HighlanderSeptember 22, 2014
    A fantastic pizza place. I used to live right across the street, and this hole-in-the-wall spot has always been popular. They refurbished the inside a few years back. Enjoy the variety of toppings.
  • Murat A.
    Murat AydinliogluSeptember 7, 2014
    They offer the best pizzas in Rome. İ tried many of them. But a little bit crowded and there is no place to sit.
  • Ben R.
    Ben RossingtonSeptember 6, 2014
    Different but great flavours of pizza baked beautifully and sold by weight. Good selection of beers too. Sit on the bench, sit on the kerb, stand at the wooden tables. Well worth seeking out.
  • Megh V.
    Megh VakhariaAugust 13, 2014
    Fairly expensive, but unique pizza. Every pizza slice is interesting. Try the RiOt beer - goes down easily and is an 8.1%!
  • Sam
    SamAugust 7, 2014
    Delicious off-the-beaten-path pizza place. They speak some english and have fantastic vegetarian options. Some of the better pizza in Rome - very crispy crust without being too thin!
  • Jessica R.
    Jessica RaeMay 22, 2014
    You have to stand to eat your pizza but top notch. The puffy, light Napoli style pizza is made on site and the staff use scissors to cut it off and serve a taglio (by the slice). sold by weight
  • O P.
    O POctober 18, 2013
    I had high expectations. Pizza was mediocre, I tried four different kinds. Once you're outside you're eating cold pizza. Lots of English-speaking people, no locals. I walked 40 minutes to get there.
  • André C.
    André Cid ProençaSeptember 19, 2013
    Very nice "al taglio" (by slice) pizza with very fresh and mostly organic ingredients. Long lines so go before 12:30 or after 14:00.
  • Erik E.
    Erik ErikssonAugust 20, 2013
    The pizzas at this place taste very good but they are very expensive and they feel more like novelties than innovations. I suggest that people try the pizzas but to not expect anything revolutionary.
  • Giovanni A.
    Giovanni AlcantaraMay 29, 2013
    Prices are relatively high, but they offer the best pizzas in Rome (and I have tried many). Nice place, although it can get a little bit crowded at lunch times. Always available in helping you choose
  • Mike W.
    Mike WalkerMay 16, 2013
    The crust is to die for, even if you normally don't like thick crusts. If they have porcetta, GET IT.
  • Cross Pollinate Travel
    Cross Pollinate TravelNovember 6, 2012
    Gabriele Bonci is the rock star of pizza in Rome these days. The pick of Anthony Bourdain and CNN and local Rome food bloggers, the pizza al taglio here is something else.
  • Denmark F.
    Denmark FranciscoOctober 20, 2012
    Every American tourist should come to this pizza place to experience what good pizza is....
  • TOWN&COUNTRY
    TOWN&COUNTRYFebruary 28, 2012
    Conveniently located near the Vatican lies proof that while Naples may have been the birthplace of pizza, Romans love it too. Go for some exotic toppings, like roasted grapes, rabbit, or fennel seeds.
  • Travel Channel
    Travel ChannelDecember 2, 2011
    This hole-in-the-wall pizza joint features some amazing and fresh seasonal concoctions. As seen on Travel Channel’s The Layover with Anthony Bourdain.
  • katieparla
    katieparlaSeptember 24, 2010
    the place is slammed for lunch so go before 1230 or after 2 to avoid long lines. there are diverse toppings, which change regularly, but don't overlook the simple pies like the rossa, which is divine.
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