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There’s some days when you just need pizza. When nothing else will satisfy that hunger. The need for oozing cheese and soft chewy dough is real my friends! So what do I do when that hunger strike? Head to San Marco Pizzeria in Tottenham and you will be too after reading this review of San Marco in Tottenham.
Sure, you could give Dominos a call. However their pizzas cost the price of two at San Marco. And, whilst you know they’ll be laden with cheese and tasty toppings, I much prefer a proper Italian pizza than an American one.
About San Marco restaurant in Tottenham
Grazzi and the family have been serving tasty home-style Italian food for over 39 years and their extensive pizza range is the newest addition to the menu.
Cooked from a proper wood-fired oven, this pizza won’t leave you disappointed or give you that tinge of guilt when the Domino’s box is empty.
The pizza at San Marco restaurant
At San Marco you can choose either a 12″ pizza, or if you’re both going to share any way, why not order a pizza that’s half a meter long?! It’s the price of two single pizza, only cheaper!
Opting for one half of the ‘carne’ topping (pepperoni, chicken, ham and bacon) and topping the other with Pizza Paola (mozzarella, sun-dried tomato, pesto and spinach). We couldn’t wait to tuck in and took a few snaps before diving in a pulling the slices, and gooey, stringy cheese apart with our hands.
Sometimes pizzas in restaurants can be a little bit disappointing when it comes to the amount of toppings. San Marco definitely doesn’t disappoint in this respect.
The dough was thing crispy at the edges and bubbled up towards the centre making it feel light as opposed to heavy. The toppings were fresh and a bit different than the standard fare.
Review of San Marco in Tottenham
Verdict? I think it’s pretty clear that Tottenham’s San Marco pizza went down pretty well. The price made it go down even better. A gigantic 1/2 metre pizza for the tiny price of £15.40?
I’ll definitely be back!