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Ten Of The Best: Lockdown Pizza Ten Of The Best: Lockdown Pizza

Well, it’s got to be the tastiest quarantine we’ve ever had. With Warsaw going pizza mad the last month, we bring you ten to watch in these takeaway times…

Ave Pizza
ul. Topiel 12
Arguments about Warsaw’s best pizza aren’t complete without someone suggesting Ave. Using a 72-hour process to make their dough, the authenticity of this Neopolitan-inspired pizzeria isn’t to be questioned. Delivering within a 5km radius of Powiśle, order direct from avepizza.pl.


Ciao a Tutti
Al. Niepodległości 217
Looking like an old school pizzeria should (gingham tablecloths, tiled interiors, strings of garlic), Ciao a Tutti eschew aesthetic niceties to simply produce glorious pizzas that have you reminiscing about your weekend in Naples. Find this old fashioned fave delivering via Wolt.


Dziurka od Klucza
Fort Służew 1B
Upping sticks from their spiritual home in Powiśle, the DoK team have magically teleported themselves to Fort 8 where they’ve carried on much as before: knocking out beautiful homemade pasta and other Italian staples that go far beyond mere good. You won’t get to see their spectacular interior during the lockdown, but you can still at least enjoy knock-out pizza delivered to your door. Order on tel. 500 150 494.


Leonardo Verde
ul. Poznańska 13
Geometric patterns, plant arrangements and the large format illustrative artwork of Dominique A. Faryno decorate Leonardo Verde, an upmarket – but inexpensive – Italian joint whose key selling point is an entirely vegan menu. Pizza is the forte, and you’ll see why after ordering the ‘hot romantic’. Order direct on 530 880 990 or look them up on Uber Eats or Wolt.


Mąka i Woda 
ul. Chmielna 13A
Purists applaud an approach that uses a custom-made oven from Naples and imported ingredients such as 00 Caputo flour and DOP certified San Marzano tomatoes. Scrupulously authentic, for many this is the best pizza in Poland, no questions asked. DIY pasta also available.


Mamma Marietta
ul. Górnośląska 24
One of the most exciting Italian openings in recent times, Mamma Marietta’s menu involves a the lavishly thick Tuscan tomato soup, a range of pasta options and inventive pizzas cooked with passion by chef Andrea Scarantino. And they even deliver to Ursynów!


Otto Pompieri
Pl. Bankowy 1
If you judge pizzerias on choice then Otto Pompieri’s modest count of eleven pizzas doesn’t promise much – but then it arrives. At zł. 24 for 42 centimeters, the margherita offers the best value per sq/cm than anything out here, while the artichoke pizza reveals itself in an orgy of melty virtue. Order direct from ottopompieri.pl


Przyjemność
ul. Marszałkowska 68/70
Present on Uber Eats and Wolt, Przyjemność break all conventions to bring you wacky ‘Californian’ pizzas with names like Ninja Turtle and Gringo Chicken. Despite the millennial commitment to breaking form and tradition, it’s by far our fave pizza of 2020!


Regina Bar
ul. Koszykowa 1
Taking their inspiration from New York’s Little Italy and Chinatown, on the Italian front, leopard-spotted pizzas land are the order of the day – compliment them by ordering up some of their pre-mixed cocktails.


Trattoria Rucola
Various locations
It might be a chain, but that point is easy to forget once the pizza arrives. Offering a vast selection, the standards rarely drop below top notch. Find them on Uber Eats or order direct on trattoriarucola.pl.

(All photos from facebook)

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