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“Excellent pizza”
Review of Rossopomodoro Rome Porta Pia - CLOSED

Rossopomodoro Rome Porta Pia
Price range: $7 - $35
Cuisines: Italian, Pizza, Seafood
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Description: Rossopomodoro, as well as Pizza & Borders and Anema & Cozze, is part of the Group Sebeto Spa , whose business activity was founded in 1988. The first store of the group, identified by the brand Pizza and Stroke, was born in that year from an innovative idea: convert the model of traditional pizzeria combining the tradition of the pizza and the products of the earth, replicated through preparations that reflect the recipes of the Neapolitan cuisine, and the new image of a completely different from the classic pizza restaurants. Rossopomodoro continues and strengthens intuition original further focusing on product quality, on philological research designed to maintain the uniqueness of the dishes that make up the menu, and finally on the characterization of the premises and the containment of prices to the public. The ultimate goal is to spread the Neapolitan cuisine in Italy and worldwide.
Reviewed November 9, 2013

Enjoyed the pizza here. Came here on recommendation from the woman who managed the bed and breakfast we stayed at in Rome. Could only have pizza as we got here around 6pm but that turned out to be just fine. Naples style.

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Thank GRtraveler26
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Reviewed October 2, 2013 via mobile

We had a delicious lunch here whilst in Rome. Service was fast and friendly and the pizza was delicious. A great place to rest and refresh between sights.

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Reviewed September 13, 2013 via mobile

Great pizza! A little known fact is that pizzerias in Rome are only allowed to fire up wood burning ovens after 7pm. So make sure you order the pizza after that time to get the best experience!

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Reviewed August 25, 2013

The food was good. Merci Mourad pour ce service exceptionnel!
However,it would be useful to have English-speaking staff.

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Thank sginfr
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Reviewed July 26, 2013

After a four hour walking tour of ancient sites on a day hot enough to melt my bones, our guide pointed RossoPomodoro out as a place he enjoyed and we gladly went inside to collapse and refuel.

I had the artichoke, mushroom and olive pizza with a crust that was heaven. SO GOOD! My daughter had the pasta and part of my pizza. My husband also had pizza and really enjoyed it as well. One of my sons had the fried pizza but wasn't that enamored of it, but with all the other food at the table he had plenty to eat.

The service was fine, especially in the middle of a bustling weekend day. Very reasonably priced as well. A great place to duck in out of the heat and to get a great, reasonably priced meal and quite central to many tourist sites as well.

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Thank Kim G
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