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Pizzeria Rustica @ Rome, Italy


After our visit to Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill on day 4, we stopped at Pizzeria Rustica near Ottaviano Metro for a quick lunch bite. You can’t be in Italy without tasting pizza. After all Italy is the birth place of pizza! If you want to be precise, Naples is where pizza originated.

Pizzas @ Pizzeria Rustica, Rome, Italy
Pizzeria Rustica is a popular pizza joint in Rome. You’ll see one in every few blocks. 🙂

Pizzas @ Pizzeria Rustica, Rome, Italy
The pizza is sold by the slice. You tell them the portion you want. It’s priced by weight.

Pizzas @ Pizzeria Rustica, Rome, Italy
We bought 1 slice each of funghi e pomodoro (mushroom and tomato) and spinaci mozzarella e pomodoro (spinach, mozzarella and tomato) for €2.68. Cheap yeah?

Pizzeria Rustica @ Rome, Italy
There’s no seating, you either eat standing or take-away. We ate ours just outside the shop where there’s a small rest area.

The pizza were delicious. Everything’s good. I can put no fault in it. Try it when you’re in Rome!

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4 Comments

  • Reply Cheryl Chan June 27, 2012 at 4:56 pm

    A great concept of buying according to size and weight, can try many flavours at once.

    Too bad it’s too far away from me. Else, i would like to have a bite.

    • Reply Che-Cheh June 27, 2012 at 5:06 pm

      Oh yes I agree great concept. 🙂

  • Reply foongpc July 3, 2012 at 11:11 pm

    Oh! Priced by weight? That’s new! : )

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