Renowned as creating the best artisanal pizza in Rome, expect innovative flavour combinations, perfect wood fired bread and unforgettable flavours at Pizzarium pizzeria. Hidden away in a tiny workshop only 10 minutes walk from Rome's Vatican City, chef Gabriele Bonci uses only locally sourced ingredients and is constantly experimenting with ways to redefine classic pizza flavour combinations: in one year alone, he created over 1,500 varieties. Beyond the classic Margherita pizza made with fresh tomatoes, mozzarella and basil, sample a taste of his more exciting concoctions such as the “pizza al mojito” – a crust topped with rum-soaked zucchini, mint and lime – the “minestrone” pizza with fresh vegetables, or the sweat-inducing yet superb “spicy Calabrian sausage” pizza. The dough at the Pizzarium is the best you'll find in the region: Bonci sources his flour directly from Mulino Marino, a renowned Piedmont miller. Pizzarium’s selection of premium artisanal Italian beers are also the perfect compliment to the pizza. Slices are cut to order in the traditional Roman square shape, served on either waxed paper or on a wooden cutting board, and sold by weight - highly affordable for the overall quality. There’s no tables and chairs aside from a few wooden benches out the front, so stand on the sidewalk as indulge in as many slices of pizza that you can carry. An unmissable experience for pizza-lovers around the world.