Pizza al Taglio is Rome’s version of fast food. In Paris, you often see locals walking around with a baguette under their arm, ripping off chunks and munching as they walk around the city. Pizza al Taglio is Rome’s equivalent of The Paris Baguette.
Breakfast, lunch or snack- it’s perfect anytime of day.
When you walk into your local forno, you’ll see a rainbow of different options splayed out on the counter. Believe me, you’ll have a hard time narrowing down your selection.
They chop it off the pie, weigh it, cut it in half, fold it so that the toppings are kissing, making a pizza sandwich. They wrap it in paper…and off you go.
My hands down favorite (though I wouldn’t turn any of them away) was the potato and rosemary. It was sinful. I would eat my weight in this stuff- and that’s no easy feat!
In the Monti neighborhood:
- Forno via dei Serpenti, 7
- Pizzeria Leonina via Leonina, 84
Near Campo dei Fiori:
- Forno Campo dei Fiori, 22
- Antico Forno Roscioli via dei Giubbonari, 21
Near the Vatican:
- Pizzaruim via della Meloria, 43
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