Argentines are lovers of good food and pizza is the quintessential food most chosen by all when we go out to eat.
Choosing the right place is important, that’s why we tell you which are the most chosen gastronomic venues in Córdoba.
A pizzeria that makes simplicity and good raw material one of the richest pizzas. Its specialty is in varieties of pizzas made with pink salmon and mozzarella cheese, pine mushrooms, fresh pears with blue cheese and black sugar, and Di Solito, which has four cheeses and fresh tomato.
Address: Santa Rosa 826
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An excellent place to have a good time and enjoy some exquisite pizzas.
They have a wide variety of options, in their menu you can choose between 34 varieties of pizzas.
Address: Lavalleja 1388
3.Square Pizza and Focaccia
The authentic “Pizza al taglio” or Roman cut. In the place you can taste an exquisite Focaccia, a panini, Italian specialties, all these made with the typical traditional recipes of the authentic pizza masters.
In addition, the place stands out for its attention and because it is located in a strategic place in the city.
Address: July 9, 458
Pan Plano was born after hearing hundreds of stories from people who returned from Italy fascinated with its little streets and the customs of that country. This is how they fully recreated “being in that place for one night”.
The pizzas have a unique flavor provided by the wood-fired oven. The place is characterized by good music, clothing and aromas.
Location: Belgrano 647 – Convent Gallery and Emilio Lamarca 4135
5.II Forno di Marco
On April 18, 2015, Marco, together with his wife María (Cordovan), opened the Il Forno di Marco pizzeria, located at Antonio del Viso 295, Alta Córdoba. The construction of his great oven, which he designed and carried out, took him two months.
Today, the Il Forno di Marco family continues to strive to provide a quality product, in the best Italian style, and above all with a lot of passion.
The pizzas are made live, using fresh and quality ingredients and are cooked in a clay oven at approximately 300 degrees. The dough undergoes a long fermentation process to achieve its correct maturation.