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“On a roof one of the best pizzas in Rome”
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Ranked #2,591 of 12,672 Restaurants in Rome
Cuisines: Italian, Pizza
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Good for: Large groups
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Breakfast, Lunch, Delivery, Reservations
Reviewed January 8, 2012

Closed to Villa Borghese and Borghese Gallery, Gaudi is not a catalan restaurant but a napolitan very good pizzeria. Not only pizza, but fried mozzarella calzoni, crostini, and all kind of delicious napolitan food. In summertime on the top of the restaurant you can eat on open air, in wintertime the big restaurant is a little noisy

Thank Maria Rosaria Z
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Reviewed January 5, 2012

If you are in the embassy area north of gallery borgese near the Parco Hotel, this is the place to eat. Great value and killer pizza. Salads are awesome according to my "rabbit" eating partner. I could not get enough of this place. Rooftop is great but warning the Romans love to smoke during every course so recommend sitting inside near the pizza oven. Remember Rome offers great sights, you dont need it in a restaurant, just buckle up and manga away!!

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1  Thank edward b
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Reviewed December 19, 2011

This restaurant / pizzeria is located not so far from Villa Borghese, in a place a bit far from usual tourist paths (and with very busy roads).
It's a place were you can taste foods (from pizzas to pastas and desserts) mainly from the area of Amalfi-Sorrento-Naples (though with a creative touch).
Outside, the restourant is not so inviting: inside, it's a big room with a number of tables, and this funny thing you can ask to place your order by switching on a red light bulb.
First of all: forget going there for lunch. At that time food is quite trivial (apart from pizzas), just to cater needs of office clerks working in the surroundings.
Instead, for dinner you can enjoy a rich variety of foods and delicatessen. I suggest pasta, from spaghetti with "colatura di alici" ("strained anchovies") to fresh macaroni with ginger, shrimps and smoked pig's cheek.
The place can be very very crowded in high season and during the week-end, so reservation is strongly suggested - and you have to expect quite a long wait, even though waiters are efficient..

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Thank EduardoB
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Reviewed September 10, 2011

I went here starving before visiting Villa Borghese and I couldn't have been more satisfied. This restaurant seems like the hotspot of white-collars that work nearby. Nevertheless, this didn't make me feel constrained. The space is comfortable and has some interesting details like a light switch to call waiters (just like in an airplane) and, something a bit rare in Rome, they speak very good English. We went for two delicious pizzas (which came with a free bottle of water) but the buffet also looked really interesting. The best part is that you can eat better than in most places but spend far less than anywhere else. Extremely recommended.

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1  Thank operte
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Reviewed August 30, 2011

Although this restaurant is famous for pizza with Romans as a Napoli pizza, this pizza has nothing on any pizza I have eaten in Naples. The pizza dough sits in your stomach all afternoon and costs EUR12 instead of the much better priced Napoli version. You can always just get a piece of grilled chicken or salad but for the price value is not great- EUR12 for a piece of pounded out chicken breast with iceberg lettuce, EUR4.50 for a foccaccia, EUR10 for their salad bar. The place is cavernous and it is difficult to hear the people you sit with as the sound mingles with all the other voices. You are served when you turn on a light above your table and the waitresses are gruff and do not serve your food together- you get it when they make it.

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1  Thank SusiBarton
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