The Best Pizzerias in the World
Pizzarium – Rome, Italy
While most purists insist that Neapolitan pizza is Italy’s premier invention, there is a culinary innovation that’s completely Roman in origin. Pizza al taglio is a type of specialty pizza that’s baked up in large rectangular trays and sold by weight.
Gabriele Bonci, who runs Pizzarium, is thought to be the godfather of pizza al taglio, and he sells tons of different varieties out of his modest shop. His slow-rise dough is chewy with just the right amount of crunch and covered in a generous amount of tomato sauce and toppings. One of the best-selling pies is his pizza rossa, which is simply dough covered in sauce with a sprinkle of oregano.
Lunch Anyone? Try Bonci Pizzarium in Rome, Italy. #roma #pizza pic.twitter.com/4GcRtwnMhw
— Natasha Valentine (@Hr_VirtualGirl) June 18, 2015