Pizza al taglio

Pizza al taglio literally means pizza “by the cut”, but it translates in pizza by the slice. Originally from Rome, it is a variety of pizza baked in large rectangular trays, and generally sold in rectangular or squares by the weight. This is one of the most popular Italian fast food! For many years in Italy, and especially in Rome, it is has been a way for grab a quick snack ‘on the go’. This is a proper street food! In the pictures below you have our pizza bianca with potato, bacon and rosemary; another pizza bianca with mozzarella, mushrooms and smoked ham and the last one is the famous pizza rossa which is with tomato sauce only…my favourite!

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On a mission to deliver a rich and genuined Italian experience 'on the go' without the fuss and fast. We take inspiration from the authentic tastes and street dishes of Italy, combined with traditional, regional recipes and bring them to you. Food is only as good as the ingredients in it, which is why all the produce we use is fresh and it comes directly from Italy. The proof is in the eating.

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