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Pinsere Pinsere - Roma


Pinsere specializes in the traditional Roman dish “pinse”, which is an oval-shape form of pizza/flatbread.

Eleonora Baldwin
What we love
  • La campionessa: pinsa with pumpkin cream, bacon and provola cheese
  • The tomato caprese with mozzarella and basil
  • The pinsa with bacon and mozzarella
  • The pinsa stuffed with figs and prosciutto
  • The spelt salad with caponata, cherry tomatoes and tuna cream
  • The rice salad with shrimp, zucchini and corn
  • The owners, Gianni and Valentina, along with the friendly staff are an added value to the quality of products
What to know
  • The pinse is left for 2-3 days to rise, which helps with easy digestion
  • The flour used are all organic and GMO-free
  • The salads and pasta dishes are prepared each morning
  • The quick service even at peak hours
  • There are a couple of stalls where you can stand and eat at Pinsere; most people take the food to go
  • Great quality / price ratio
  • The pictures of Pinsere have been among the most popular Cibando users
What to do around there
  • Relax in the shade under the trees at Villa Borghese, after visiting the Galleria Borghese - 1,1 km
  • Visit the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli and take a walk down Via Nazionale towards Piazza Venezia - 800 m
  • Walk down the famous Spanish Steps - 1,5 km
How to reach there
  • Buses that stop on Via XX Settembre and Via Salaria
  • Closest metro stops are: Termini and Castro Pretorio (line B) and Repubblica (line A)
  • On Via Parigi 19 there is a paid parking lot