Famous Italian pizza
Perhaps there is no such tourist who, having arrived for the first time on the Apennines, would not have tasted the famous Italian pizza. Pizza in Italy is no longer…

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Restaurant Markog
MarcoG Italy, Rome, Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 56 Roma, Italy SHOW ON MAP Average bill: $ 20-50 (per person) Type of cuisine: Italian + (39 06) 580 92 89ww.marcog.it Mon, Wed-Sun…

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Pizza Features
To date, anyone can order pizza by phone or by filling out an online application - there is no shortage of pizzerias and online cafes for more than 10 years.…

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Time for real Italian pizza: 7 best recipes at home (part 1)

Birth Story If you go to Italy for real pizza, you can be a little disappointed. This dish, firmly entrenched in the menu of Russian pizzerias, has nothing to do with the Italian counterpart. And, according to many travelers, our product is tastier! Unexpectedly, right? Chefs have long adapted the recipe to Russian taste preferences. And we love pizza with a rich, diverse filling. Italy’s traditional pizza is thin pastry and an even thinner layer of filling with two or three ingredients. To understand why Italian pizza looks like this, you need to turn to history. Continue reading

Restaurant El Invincible
Italy, Rome, Via degli Stefaneschi, 3 00153 Roma, Italia DISPLAY ON THE MAP + (39 06) 688 92 925wwwristorantelinvincibile.com Mon-Fri, Fri, Sat, Sun - open for lunch The restaurant in…

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Time for real Italian pizza: 7 best recipes at home (part 1)
Birth Story If you go to Italy for real pizza, you can be a little disappointed. This dish, firmly entrenched in the menu of Russian pizzerias, has nothing to do…

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Restaurant El Invincible
Italy, Rome, Via degli Stefaneschi, 3 00153 Roma, Italia DISPLAY ON THE MAP + (39 06) 688 92 925wwwristorantelinvincibile.com Mon-Fri, Fri, Sat, Sun - open for lunch The restaurant in…

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Italian pasta - pasta types, recipes, appearance (part 1)
The story of the appearance According to one legend, the Venetian merchant Marco Polo brought pasta to Europe from his trip to China, but historians have denied this version. Researchers…

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