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San Paolo

A pizzeria that surprises with some unusual ingredients.

This pizzeria strictly adheres to the Italian style in terms of thin and crispy stone-baked pizzas cooked in a wood-burning oven, but adds some intriguing toppings - how about sweetbreads and shrimp, or parmesan foam? There's a range of other dishes on the menu too, including traditional Italian bites.

Inauguration: 2015
Speciality: stone-baked Neapolitan pizza from the wood-burning oven

 

URIARTE 1616

4831 9181

1893

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