Great traditional pizza, Napolitano style. Tasty burrata and tomatoes, great Margarita pizza. Very good dough. The place is hot from the pizza oven.
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Good place for eating italian pizza. Pizza was very nice and very close to the italian one. If you go there you have to try "burrata" as entrance, that's was so delicate and delicious. In addition the owner and the waiters were so kind. Strongly...More
I walked by Siamo after dinner a couple of doors down the street and saw a busy restaurant and decided to go the following evening. and wow I was not disappointed. this place is amazing. the pizza is in one word outstanding. we had the...More
Cool place with good, traditional service and a modern uptake on traditional Argentina pizza. We ate well at a fair price. I'd definitely go back.
Authentic Italian Neapolitan pizza, good ingredients, excellent crust. And friendly service! What else?
I was staying in a hotel close by and they recommended this choice, fortunately. I waited an hour for seating but it was worth it! Deliciously fresh pizza -- delicate crust, light, flavorful tomato sauce, creamy mozzarella, topped with fresh basil. Only upgrade I would...More
I guess coming from the 'first' world where we can experiment with the concept of pizza, there must still be a market for these basic types. I say that sarcastically because we demand better quality from our restaurants and this local pizzeria would not cut...More
Dear Zuki L, I am not sure if I understand either your review or your sarcasm as you call, or arrogance, as I would call it. If there is something our pizza cannot be called, is like most pizzas in Argentina. We are making Pizza...More
This pizza was spectacular! My friends and I shared three different pies, and all were delicious. My favorite was the mozzarella with sausage, but the Brie and arugula was also excellent. Great wine, great atmosphere, kind servers (we arrived half soaked by torrential rain and...More