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A Casa di Pul­cinella

An in­for­mal lo­cale which, as its name sug­gests, serves a fab­u­lous Neapoli­tan pizza, ac­com­pa­nied by a wide se­lec­tion of craft and other beers. Thanks to a nat­u­ral, slow- leav­en­ing process, the pizza dough is light, tasty and easy to di­gest. In­gre­di­ents in­clude the clas­sics for which Neapoli­tan pizza is renowned but also those of tra­di­tional Ital­ian re­gional cui­sine, rang­ing from a Margherita topped with Bu­fala Cam­pana moz­zarella to a ver­sion with Mon­calieri sausage. Open Tues-Sat 12pm- 3pm/6.30pm-10.30pm. €€. www.acasadip­ul­ Corso Ros­selli, 82. T: 011 595457. Off Map

Bak­ery Restau­rant & Pizza

Tucked away in a peace­ful area of the city, not far from the Porta Nuova sta­tion, this pizze­ria/ restau­rants boasts a wood- fired oven that turns out a slow- ris­ing, Neapoli­tan- style pizza, fea­tur­ing a soft, crunchy dough and high- qual­ity in­gre­di­ents. Din­ers can choose from among a va­ri­ety of clas­sic top­pings, with a few re­gional ref­er­ences in­clud­ing sausage and ‘ fri­arelli’ ( broc­coli rabe), or gor­gonzola, pears and wal­nuts. Its well- stocked cel­lar boasts a num­ber of highly se­lect la­bels from Italy’s best wine pro­duc­ers. Open Mon- Fri 12.30pm-2.30pm/ 7.30pm-11pm; Sat 7.30pm-11pm. €€. www. bak­ery­

Via Avigliana, 47/a. T: 011 4337074. Map B3

Crudo fa la Pizza!

Crudo is an award- win­ning food com­pany, boast­ing two os­terie and a bistro in the city,

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