Li Rioni

Practical Information

Address: Via dei Santi Quattro, 24
Hours: Open Wednesday-Monday from 19:00-midnight
Telephone: +39 06 7045 0605
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What people are saying

  • Amanda Ruggieri (2011) “One of Rome’s better pizzerias, this is also a local favorite, a place that’s filled (and loud) with Italian families and babies by 9pm. (Come at 7pm, of course, and you’ll see mostly tourists). The pizzas are how Romans do them — crispy, thin and piled with fresh ingredients — and cheap, to boot.The service can be a little spotty, especially on busy Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, but it’s all part of the fun.”
  • The Guardian (2011) “Folklore value aside, the pizza at Li Rioni are consistently good, particularly the sausage and mozzarella pie, and the margherita is among the best in the centre of Rome. Due to its popularity and the small size of its oven, service can be quite slow at peak hours.”
  • Revealed Rome (2011) “One of Rome’s better pizzerias, this is also a local favorite, a place that’s filled (and loud) with Italian families and babies by 9pm. (Come at 7pm, of course, and you’ll see mostly tourists). The pizzas are how Romans do them — crispy, thin and piled with fresh ingredients — and cheap, to boot. The service can be a little spotty, especially on busy Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, but it’s all part of the fun.”
  • Katie Parla (2010) “I always start out with the obligatory fritti–eating pizza without mixed friend starters is a mortal sin in Italy–mozzarelline, olive ascolane, filetti di baccala’, fiori di zucca and suppli’. These are on par with Da Remo’s offerings. Once my belly is full of fried things, I go for a pizza margherita. This doesn’t quite reach the perfection of Da Remo’s pie, but it is pretty close.”

		

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