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#1,671 of 8,334 Italian in Rome
#1,746 of 10,093 Restaurants in Rome
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$8 - $18
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Italian, Pizza, Mediterranean, Romana, Lazio, Central-Italian
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Reviewed July 7, 2020 via mobile

Honestly a place like testaccio has great food in every corner. Why spend money especially given the fact that many are still not working and the act of going out for a simple pizza is a grand gesture. All trying to keep small business alive....The minimum the staff at Remo can do is not cause a scene over payment. Credit card is accepted there but go ahead and try to use it. What a shame. But not the end of the world. Here in Rome we are in no lack of amazing food and pizza and warm, friendly restaurants so happy to have their clientele back. Pizzeria Remo is not that.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed July 3, 2020

Wauw....can’t say anything bad about the food but what a difference between treatment and treatment. the ‘’big’ boss tonight had a 2 problems tonight: 1. Our table of 4 wanted to finish our wine and 2. Everybody had cash but me so I wanted to...pay the full bill with my card.....the abuse that was thrown at me....unbelievable :-( i have been in rome for 5 years and sorry but everybody else in Europe uses their card! Also there is a way and a way to ask me to pay cash and the words this ‘pizzeria’ chose to use tonight is not what you use to ask your clients to pay in cash.....shame shame shame, because the pizza is really good but I will never recommend it again to anybody! The ‘big’ boss was happy to see our Roman friend again but for hardworking foreigners in Rome don’t expect the same respect!More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed February 2, 2020 via mobile

Went here in the past occasionally, pizza was always worth the wait. This time below average quality and fuori di zucca from the day before. Won't be back anytime soon.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed December 30, 2019

I was at the restaurant with my family today, and I've never been so badly beaten in my life. Rude, thick and unfriendly waiters. they simply threw my father-in-law's cell phone on himself and the table cloth on the neighboring table. Do not go! You...don't have the least respect! get away from this place!!!!More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 29, 2019 via mobile

Amazing atmosphere and real roman pizza. The atmosphere and waiters really made the experience authentic. We were told by a nearby table that this place is locals only so they were surprised we had found it! Really good value for money- meal cost is around...€25.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 27, 2019

There are many pizzerias in Rome but this was by far my favorite. The pizza is incredibly thin and crispy. I also love neapolitan pizza, but if you're looking for authentic Roman pizza, nothing beats Remo.

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed December 14, 2019

What seems like a true local spot! Kind to tourists, the pizza is DELICIOUS and light. Bruschetta was great!

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed December 14, 2019

This is another Testaccio gem that is worth a detour, Da Remo can be very busy but it's inexpensive thin crust pizzas are a Roman institution, Expect to wait for a seat in this bustling old pizzeria.

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed December 3, 2019

Well there is pizza, Roman pizza and Remos! Its rally a small eatery with great attitude and prides itself in its rustic ambiance particularly with its loud staff, paper for tablecloths and thick tumblers for wine! But its pizza is magical and its packed with people waiting...their turn as it does not take reservations. very few tourists and its really a local favourite, The best pizzas are the simple ones as they go with the simplicity of this popular place@!More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed November 18, 2019 via mobile

The worst place I've been to in Rome, the bald man has some serious anger issues. I was there with my girlfriend and we asked for separate bills (revolut limit) before we even order. He started to act like a big child and was impersonating...me really loud and was very rude. Just because we wanted two bills. Then he left us yelling something in Italian when we were about to leave really confused, he came back with wine. The pizza was ok, but the guy acted crazy and mean. Really never seen a grown up big dude act like this. When we were about to pay he told me 3 times they accept tips only in cash. LOL. Tip for this kind of service... they don't care about tourists, they won't be back.More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Charles L
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Response from Sunfloweramara | Reviewed this property |
You’d need to call the place for holiday openings. A quick google search indicates they open at 7pm. So closed for lunch. Most pizzerias are not open for lunch. If you need pizza lunch try pizzeria Emma near campo... More
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Response from 469kumart | Reviewed this property |
Yup it is! Plenty of vegetarian options
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HelgaS65
March 3, 2017|
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Response from Rob J | Reviewed this property |
I'm back in England. I suggest you contact da Remo directly although a table for 10 people may be a bit of a tall order for them because they are so busy,
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