If you love pizza, do yourself a favour and come here. In Italy you rarely get real pizza in dinner restaurants. A real pizzeria is a hole in the wall with very few seats where they mainly serve pizza and a few drinks. You can actually smell how great the pizza is when you walk by or enter the place. The joint is located in an alleyway (looks like a real street in maps) in Cannaregio.
We had a Napolitana and Prosciutto e Funghi, both sublime. The secret is in the dough, really thin but still somehow airy and extremely tasty. You can basically have any toppings, but I would suggest only a few to not overshadow the beauty of the dough and the thin crust (they also heat up ready made thick crust pizzas for you). The entirety is beautiful, not at all heavy handed like so many pizzas.
I have eaten a lot of good and bad pizza during my life and I can honestly say this one was perfect, maybe even the pizza best I've ever had. You also get the see how they make the pizza if you order a whole pizza, since the kitchen is directly behind the counter.
The place is owned by a really nice local couple. They provide great service with some personality. The lady even taught us how to pronounce prosciutto correctly. There aren't too many seats, but it's an even better experience to take the pizza outside and enjoy a canal view in the next block. Under 20 euros for two big pizzas, two nice Lombardian beers (best beer I had in Italy) and a water: that's nothing for this experience.