• Marinara (tomato sauce, garlic, oregano)€ 6,00
  • Margherita (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese)€ 6,50
  • Focaccia caprese (fresh tomatoes, mozzarella cheese)€ 7,00
  • Salame piccante (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, spicy salami)€ 7,00
  • Viennese (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, wurstel)€ 7,00
  • Prosciutto (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, cooked ham)€ 7,00
  • Napoli (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, anchovies, capers,oregano)€ 7,00
  • Diavolina (parmesan cheese, spicy salami, mozzarella cheese)€ 7,00
  • Calzone (mozzarella cheese, cooked ham)€ 7,50
  • Fiorentina (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, tuscan salami, peppers)€ 8,00
  • Vegetariana (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, artichokes, eggplants, zucchini, fresh tomatoes)€ 8,00
  • Parmigiana (tomato sauce, eggplants, mozzarella cheese, grana cheese, basil)€ 8,00
  • Prosciutto e funghi (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, mushrooms, cooked ham)€ 8,00
  • Quattro Stagioni (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, cooked ham, mushrooms, artichokes, black olives)€ 8,00
  • Capricciosa (tomato sauce, artichokes, mushrooms, cooked ham, olives, wurstel, mozzarella cheese)€ 8,00
  • Dante (half “calzone” and half “capricciosa)€ 8,00
  • Focaccia al salmone (fresh tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, rucola, smoked salmon)€ 8,00
  • Focaccia Domenico (fresh tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, rucola, parma ham, grana cheese)€ 8,00
  • Focaccia completa al tonno (fresh tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, rucola, tunafish)€ 8,00
  • Ghiotta (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, cooked ham, wurstel, sausage, salami)€ 8,00
  • Hawaii (tomato, mozzarella, cooked ham, pineapple)€ 8,00
  • Prosciutto, wurstel and gorgonzola (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, cooked ham, wurstel, gorgonzola cheese)€ 8,00
  • Quattro Formaggi (tomato sauce and four different kinds of cheese)€ 8,00
  • Calzone stuffed (mozzarella cheese, cooked ham, ricotta cheese)€ 8,50
  • Calzoni atomic (mozzarella cheese,cooked ham, mushrooms, artichokes, wurstel, olives, spicy salami)€ 9,00
  • Porcini Mushrooms (tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, porcini mushrooms)€ 9,00
  • Sfiziosa (bufala mozzarella, smoked bacon, rucola, porcini mushrooms, scamorza cheese)€ 10,00
  • Tronchetto “Dante” (mozzarella cheese, cooked ham, ricotta, grana cheese)€ 10,00
  • Beatrice (truffle cream, mozzarella cheese, porcini mushrooms, rucola, grana slices)€ 10,50
  • Golosa (tomato sauce, bufala mozzarella, sausage, stracchino cheese, double pasta)€ 9,00
  • Principessa (tomato sauce, bufala mozzarella, basil, double pasta)€ 9,00
  • Romana (tomato sauce, bufala mozzarella, anchovies, double pasta)€ 9,00
  • Regina (tomato sauce, bufala mozzarella, little sicilian tomatoes, basil, double pasta)€ 9,00

Pizza Facts

  • -The plural for Pizza is Pizze, not Pizzas, as commonly used outside Italy. Impress the waiter, ask for 2 Pizze!
  • -The word “Pizza” has been used for the first time in latin manuscripts from 997 AD.
  • -The oldest “modern” Pizza is the Pizza Marinara.
  • -The simplest and most common Pizza, the Pizza Margherita, was made in 1887 in Naples, by a cook named Raffaele Esposito, in honor to the Italian Queen Margherita di Savoia., with the colours of the Italian flag: basil for green, mozzarella for white and tomato for red. He was also the first one to use cheese on Pizza.
  • -Pizza became international thanks to the many Italian emigrants that in the late years of the XIX century and during the Second World War, moved to foreign countries.
  • -If you order a “pepperoni” you will get red, green or yellow sliced pepper on your Pizza, as a “peperone” is a vegetable in Italy. If what you mean to eat is meat, you might consider call it sausage or salame to avoid disappointment and confusion.
  • -In over 100 years, Pizza has been widely customized in every foreign country to go with the local taste. Don’t be surprised if in Italy you can’t find chicken or pineapple as a topping!