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Where to eat the best pizza in Rome | handpicked by local Pizza lovers ๐Ÿ• ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น

Whoever said the best pizza can only be found in Napoli

was certainly mistaken, because

some of Italyโ€™s most delicious pizza can be found here in Rome

If you are getting hungry, hereโ€™s where to find the best pizza in the Eternal City

You can buy the traditional thin and crusty

roman pizza in almost every restaurant

To enjoy it the quick way, buy your slice of pizza at the counter of a forno which is

between a bakery and a pizzeria

Letโ€™s start with Antico Forno Roscioli in Campo deโ€™ Fiori

This place originates from 1824

and itโ€™s a family business

Locals come here for their daily bread

and visitors come here for their fresh pizza

which is sold by the size or weight

Numero 3: Antico Forno La Renella

One of my favorite forno is La Renella,

here in Trastevere

Where you can find some many different kinds of pizza

La Renella is the oldest forno in Trastevere

and even the Pope has eaten pizza here!

The bread is outstanding and the pizza is delicious

If you are anywhere near Trastevere,

you have to stop for a slice

My favorite one is

zucchini flower, mozzarella and anchovies

Delicious!

Forno Campo deโ€™ Fiori

This forno is recommended by many locals

because of their amazing pizza bianca

which in Italian

stays for only mozzarella and no tomato sauce

The place is usually filled with locals buying their freshly made pizza slices at the counter

Get yourself a nice little snack, walk outside to the square to sit by the fountain, hang

out with the locals, and enjoy the atmosphere

of Campo deโ€™ Fiori

Forno Campo deโ€™Fiori: the best pizza bianca in town!

And, numero 1: make your own pizza!

Discover the original recipe of Italian pizza in a Roman kitchen in the heart of the city,

together with your kids

If you are a grown up, just ask Massimo

to make an exception!

He wonโ€™t say no

So, now you know where to eat the best pizza in Rome

One last tip on WHAT to DRINK!

Pizza night is not usually the night for a wine

So, instead, enjoy a beer like the locals do

Salute!

Saluti.