Digó Pizza (Kazinczy Street)

Digó is a polished (and pricey) pizza restaurant in the heart of Budapest's Party District. Thanks to the extra fine “double-zero” flour and the long, two-step dough fermentation, what come out of Digó's wood-burning oven are aromatic pies exhibiting beautifully inflated crusts speckled with spots of char (Naples-style). I enjoyed the bianca topped with pungent Italian sausage, but I usually find the margherita DOP hard to resist: this mother of all Naples pizzas is simple and delicious, layered with San Marzano tomatoes, basil, and buffalo mozzarella.

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