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Italian, Pizza, Mediterranean, Neapolitan, Campania, Southern-Italian
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Reviewed June 3, 2018 via mobile

We were staying in the apartment above the restaurant. Our host, recommended this place. We ordered pizza “Zizzelle” an interesting pizza with different stuffings of buffalo, ricotta cheeses. Also prosciutto and mushroom. Also ordered lemon scaloppina, which comes by itself(no side dishes). Good sized portions,...good service, fair prices. They also have a couple of artisan craft beers bottled for them. We enjoyed the restaurant, it’s casual vibe and would definitely return again. Opens around 1:00pm for lunch and around 7:30pm for dinner. Make sure and check the times before going. They also have a few other locations around Rome.More

Date of visit: June 2018
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Reviewed March 14, 2017

This particular outpost of Mangianapoli restaurant just opened in Decemer 2016 and is a recommendation from a friend, a native of Rome. Very casual dining experience that introduced to us Neopolitan-style pizzas. A must-try for anybody who wants to know the difference between thicker, more...varied shaped Neopolitan pizzas over flatter Roman style pizzas. We had one of the zizelles; two slices stuffed with sausage and ricotta, two slices stuffed with ham and ricotta, and the rest stuffed with three kinds of cheese. The vegetariana pizza was topped with very fresh-tasting eggplant, tomatoes and zucchini that balances the richness of the cheese. The four-cheese is very rich in taste that ideally should be paired with a good glass of red wine. The ragu-based pasta was generous in fresh basil and the ragu had a mild, sweet tang to the flavor. The red and white wine we ordered were not very good. The white truffle gelato tasted like ordinary vanilla ice cream more than gelato. All the food were delicious, perhaps better paired with beer than wine, and perfect for the easygoing eater. Servings were also huge, and we were able to bag some of the leftovers. The location itself is not good for tourists but generally well-received by the locals, as reflected by the lack of English reviews of this specific branch. The place was very crowded when we visited. We took an Uber to reach this new Magniapoli, but no regrets. To get back to Termini, there is a taxi bay right across the restaurant.More

Date of visit: March 2017
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