Time Out says
Rosso is famous for 'the best pizza in town' and feels cosy despite its industrial look. Do book, or be willing to wait for a table - which are mostly shared.
This old warehouse looks nothing like a restaurant from the outside, yet it is almost impossible to get a table here if you don’t book in advance or aren't willing to wait at the bar for at least half an hour. Famous for 'the best pizza in town' (thin, crispy and with delicious toppings – even a simple mozzarella pizza tastes like a gourmet dish here), it feels warm and cosy despite its industrial and minimal look. Most tables are large and will be shared with others, so do ask in advance if you prefer a more intimate dinner.