Agree with most of the reviews, delicious pizza, the side salad was also really good was recommended by 2 different locals so thought we would give it a try and wasn't disappointed.
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This was Verona's first pizzeria and they still serve the best pizza in town. Ask them for a recommendation as they have interesting and tasty selections. It is outside the tourist area, but just across the river and a few minutes walk from the House...More
After living in Verona for a year, my family has figured out that Da Salvatore has the best pizza. We eat here every week without fail, ordering either the Salsiccia or Salame Picante religiously. However, my dad is more adventurous, trying a new pizza and...More
The tables fill up quickly and the noise level is high. But most importantly, everybody seems happy. That's when you know you have found the right place :) We tried a number of pizzas and they were all excellent.
My girlfriend and I had a really nice lunch here of a salad and a couple of pizzas plus an Aperol spritz and a beer. Great food and friendly service, walking distance from the center but without the hordes of tourists. Highly recommended.
I have been twice in Italy as a tourist and I had the best pizza in "Da Salvatore". The restaurant is not far away from the historical sights in the city center and in the same time it seems very popular among locals. My friends...More
We visited " Da Salvatore " pizzeria at Verona as a random choice on our way back to Venice. Surprisingly good, full with people place, where you could choose from several kind of typical Italian pizza. My vegetarian fungi was quite big and delicious. The...More
It is certainly renowned, certainly worth the trip, but I advise going early, right when they open if you don't want all the noise. Who knows why they didn't pay attention to acoustics; I guess they thought the pizza was more important. For a full...More
Our family of four enjoyed the pizza so much that we had to come back for a second night. Delicious toppings and lovely, thin, wood - fired crust.