Like other big cities, Budapest has plenty of pizza joints that churn out cheap, but not especially good, slices. In addition to these, there are also a handful of dedicated pizzerias that have mastered the art of pizza-making. Some of them specialize in Naples or Roman-style pies, others simply put out delicious pizza without devotion to a particular region.
Pizzica was the first pizzeria in Budapest to specialize in pizza al taglio: the Roman invention where rectangular-shaped pies are sliced with a scissor and usually taken to-go. This tiny takeout joint in District 6 is run by the de Bartolomeo brothers, natives from Southern Italy, who can be found most days sliding cast-iron pans in and out of the electric oven.