Time Out says
This quaint little pizzeria just around the corner from the Tsukiji Markets has been turning out Naples-style pizza from its tile-lined wood-fired oven since 2015. The space extends over two levels: downstairs, it’s counter seating elbow-to-elbow with local regulars, upstairs, there’s table seating for about 20, with timber dining tables and a bar situated conveniently at the end of the room.
The pizza lunch deal at Tutto is just about unbeatable in Tokyo – ¥950 for a generous fresh garden salad and a freshly baked pizza that is up there with the best. The cornicione is narrower than places like Savoy and Serinkan, but this suits some (more topping!). The margherita – the test of any pizzeria – sports a tomato base with a well-balanced blend of sweetness and tang, topped with creamy mozzarella cheese and fresh basil. Another house favourite is the nerano pizza, inspired by a pasta dish from the Amalfi Coast, with zucchini, basil and scamorza cheese (¥2,000).
If you’re after other Italian fare, the seafood platters (¥2,400) are excellent, and the spaghetti is a hit – especially the creamy, tangy plate with lemon (¥1,600).
7-10-10 Tsukiji, Chuo
|Transport:||Tsukiji, Tsukiji-shijo station|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Fri 11.30am-2pm (last orders), 6pm-9.30 (last orders), Sat, Sun & hols 11.30am-2pm (last orders), 5.30pm-9pm (last orders), losed Mon.|