Pizza Vesuvio

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Via delle Fornaci, 57, Roma, RM, Italia

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27/10/2014

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pizzavesuviofood2goSiete turisti che non vogliono prendere la solita fregatura della pizza-souvenir ? La soluzione c’è e si chiama Pizza Vesuvio, a soli due passi da San Pietro. Basterà dare un’occhiata alla pizza per convincersi che non ci sono trucchi dietro la sua bontà. Affidatevi ai vostri sensi, non vi tradiranno. Appena entrati vedrete spicchi piuttosto alti (alla napoletana) e varietà di pizze ripiene. Pensate che troverete gusti particolari o pizze stravaganti ? Niente di tutto questo. Pizza Vesuvio infatti vi stupirà con la sua semplicità. La pizza ripiena con cicoria e salsiccia si lascia prediligere in inverno mentre la pizza con mozzarella e alici è proprio quello che ci vuole per rimanere leggeri e fare due passi verso il colonnato o Via della Conciliazione. I supplì sono croccanti al punto giusto, provateli e non ve ne pentirete. Aggiungiamo che il personale è gentile e sa consigliarvi sulla scelta migliore, potete rilassarvi e gustarvi la pizza impataccando di sugo la vostra guida o la giacca. Semplice, no?

Trovarsi così vicini ad un luogo come San Pietro permette di mischiare il sacro con il profano, o meglio di fare il pieno di profano prima di addentrarsi nel sacro. Jesus died in Las Vegas dei romani Spiritual Front. Accostamento piacevolmente eretico.

DA NON PERDERE: pizza ripiena cicoria e salsiccia e supplì!!!

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There are some areas, in Rome, where you have to be particularly cautious. Against pickpockets? Of course, but in this case we are not talking about them. Don’t forget that this is a foodblog and all we want you to have is an unforgettable food experience – and we also trust your good sense. In fact, we are talking about take-away. Seriously. This time we go to one of the top destinations in Rome. No introduction needed when I say: St. Peter’s. Vatican City is definitely a must-go, but also has some pros and cons. One of the pros is the amazingly beautiful Basilica (although, SPOILER ALERT, the Museums are even better, despite those 15 Euros to enter… just a personal opinion though). One of the cons is the food. Some clever entrepeneurs spotted a business and opened recently some good ones, whose review you’ll see one day or another on this blog, but most of the places are frankly awful. The closer to the Basilica, the worse. I remember having a sandwich at one of those food-cars. Well, take my piece of advice: skip them. We have the solution for you, starving young tourist: ok, it’s not on the way from the centre to the Vatican City, but we just ask you to walk a few steps out to enjoy a REAL pizza and a REAL supplì, not some disgusting special stuff for tourists. Be local!
Via delle Fornaci is just behind the Basilica and Pizza Vesuvio offers exactly what you are looking for: tasty food, in a very touristic area. No, it’s not a fairytale. Are you in winter time? Have that pizza ripiena over there, with a savoury filling of chicory and sausage (cicoria e salsiccia), and you’ll feel your stomach so fully satisfied that it cannot be just a figment of your imagination.Cicoria in Rome is typically a good choice, as Romans are really fond of it, and the combo with salsiccia is a classic one. When in summer, you would probably go for something lighter: mozzarella e alici, maybe? Another well-tried couple, for whoever loves the fishy flavour of anchovies. Supplì are as good and they come with an especially crunchy breadcrumbs shell.
No frills, at Pizza Vesuvio simplicity is the rule. Don’t expect original recipes, here you only find what you can find in any other pizza shop – but, we promise, it’s well-done and tasteful, and this is what really counts.

The perfect soundtrack: if you ever suspected we were being too serious, then listen to Jesus died in Las Vegas, and you’ll be as heretical as we are (just joking). However, it is a great way to introduce a Roman act like Spiritual Front, a band that gained special recognition abroad for its unique neo-folk style and sound.

Pizza Vesuvio Highlights: Pizza with cicoria e salsiccia, supplì.

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