Pizzeria Desi is located in the San Salvario district, not precisely the most touristic district in the city. Its public relations aren’t exactly excellent either, which is a shame because it’s a colorful immigrant neighborhood with cultural wealth, graffiti, superb pubs, and many authentic shops. There are several sites in the area worth a visit and several restaurants that foodies will not want to give up. But if you’ve already arrived in the area and are looking for a quick meal, this pizzeria could be a good solution.
On the menu, you can, of course, find pizza. If you are wondering which style it is, it’s a pan pizza, the thicker one. There is also antipasti, Caprese salad, and other Italian dishes. This can also be an excellent opportunity to try a printa – a type of crepe or thin pizza made from chickpea dough and known mainly in Italy.
Desi has opening hours that you should pay attention to. The place opens at 11:00 for those who eat lunch earlier than usual. They continue to serve dough and salads to customers until 14:30 – then they close. So if you are used to eating lunch at exactly 4:00 p.m., Desi Pizzeria won’t be there for you.
But their day does not end here. At 18:00, we open again for dinner. The pizza trays will continue to go in and out of the oven until 11:30 p.m. This means that if you want to put something in your stomach after a night out that included, perhaps, a little too much drinking – Bedsi Pizzeria will be able to help you with that.