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Pizzeria Da Remo

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May 17, 2020
Enjoy the best Roman thin crusted pizza in town and have a go at their starters; delicious suppli' and fried fiori di zucca at affordable prices
August 30, 2019
Absolute pizza,down in the square,200 meters to the left.From 7.30pm.
July 30, 2019
In The heart of Testaccio Neighborhood, one of the best Roman Pizza
July 9, 2019
the best pizzeria in Testaccio and maybe one of the best in Rome. This is the only pizzeria you really need to try in Rome, trust me. Note that is only open in the evening (in Italy we NEVER eat at a pizzeria at lunch time, and if you see someone serving that, it is not fresh! )
Francesca E Marta
Francesca E Marta
June 11, 2019
greatest pizza of the city

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44 Piazza di Santa Maria Liberatrice
Roma, Lazio 00153
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