We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Tripadvisor gives a Travellers’ Choice award to accommodations, attractions and restaurants that consistently earn great reviews from travellers and are ranked within the top 10% of properties on Tripadvisor.
Our friends recommended this place saying that they have really good pizza for a cheap price. This was our first meal in Italy and we were pretty satisfied.
Good enough portion and great taste!
One tip, though. Please don't ask for pizza with chicken toppings...basically anywhere in Italy, as it is something the Italians dislike. I learnt about it too late :)More
You know it's good when you start planning to get more for breakfast when you're not even finished with your dinner. We really enjoyed this meal. We got 3 pizzas and it was only 16 EU. We knew we were in for a treat when...all the clientele were locals speaking Italian. This was right down the street from our hotel, and was better than all the carbonaras we have been sampling around town. Definitely recommend.More
There are no chairs and no tables. Just a couple of counters where you can eat and run. The pizzas are very diverse in terms of toppings and are sized excellently to fit the no-sitting policy.
Local, fast, fresh and super tasty. Just the thing...you need to Nash something before you continue your touristic day!More
My family of 6 went here on our recent trip to Europe, and every single person loved the pizza. Although we loved all the pizzas, I will say two are stand-outs. There is one pizza with red onion and spicy Italian sausage - do yourself...a favor and get this one. My husband and I have been to Rome twice, and we loved it both times we visited this restaurant. The other pizza actually won an award - it has pumpkin and prosciutto. I know it sounds weird, but just trust me. My dad, who is the pickiest person with food, absolutely loved this pizza. The pumpkin is very subtle, and absolutely works. We also had some of the arancini balls, which are stuffed fried rice balls with cheese and marinara sauce. Do yourself a favor and go here! We spent less than 20 euros for 2 pizzas, 2 drinks, and arancini balls.More
Best pizza in Rome! Winner of the pizza of the year award (pumpkin & prosciutto - which is amazing) this tiny spot was our favorite by a landslide. My husband is a New Yorker and even he agreed it was hands down the best. We...went back 3 times during our 10-day stay, despite the long walk from our flat. If you like delicious flavor, friendly service, and a crispy crust pizza, you need to visit Pinsere.More
I cannot understand the poor reviews. My wife and I were checking out the prices of the hotel restaurant round the corner, when a guest suggested the food was terrible and recommended Pinsere. Pinsere is a take-away, but you can eat in or out front...in the street if you cannot wait. We have pizza all over the world and their’s ranks very high. Wide choice of topping, well cooked and reasonable price for a city. Friendly staff.More