Da Michele

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Recently relocated from the Ghetto to new premises near the Trevi Fountain, Da Michele (formerly Zi' Fenizia) does over 40 flavours of takeaway pizza, all of them kosher, all dairy-free. So don't ask for margherita - instead, try one of their Roman Jewish speciality toppings like aliciotti e indivia (anchovies and endives) or smoked salmon and potato.

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Da Michele details

Via dell'Umiltà 31

Area Rome

Transport Bus 52, 53, 61, 62, 63, 71, 80Exp, 95, 116, 119, 175, 490, 630 .

Telephone 349 252 5347

Open Apr-Sept 8am-10pm Mon-Fri, Sun. Oct-Mar 8am-6pm Mon-Fri, Sun. Closed Jewish holidays; 10 days Pesach (usually April).

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Comments & ratings 1/5 (Average of 2 ratings)

By David Dodd - May 22 2014

Possibly the worst pizza I have had in rome. I actually threw half of it in the bin, as the undercooked thick crust made me feel ill. And not only is it HUGELY over priced, but the service is also terrible. They also assumed I was a tourist who doesn't speak Italian and tried to rip me off as he pretended to weigh the pizza, but gave me a set price. When I questioned him, he denied.. So maybe do yourself a favour and don't get coned in by the funny man out the front... keep walking a few more minutes.. there are plenty more pizza places to choose from.

By linda grey - May 7 2013

A complete rip off. Had a regular slice of tomato mozza, and when paying was presented a bill with 9 euros for the slice! When I wondered about the price, the boss said that the pizzas with salami, etc were 9 a slice. Not what I had, but he just waved it off saying, that as well. The price per kilo was indicated at 13 €, and the part was not even 400g (I work at a market and am familiar with weights). I decided not to make a fuss, and yet he short-changed me by a Euro. As I turned around to show him, he faigned innocence, while his friend was already opening the till to reimburse me, before I had even had the change to say anything. Clearly not for the first time. His manner of bouncing around on the street to wave in customers seemed humorous at first, but clearly necessary, beacause with his customer practices he hardly gets repeat customers. Whatever this place was described in guides, including lonely planet, it no longer is.

By Dena Bailey - Feb 15 2012

February, 2012: we just returned from Rome, where we discovered that Da Michele, while still at that location, is no longer kosher. Can't tell you about the pizza, since we didn't have any. But they definitely aren't dairy-free.