Service: Excellent and very friendly
Facilities: great cleanliness
Specialty: Real Napolitan Pizza baked on wood fire
I had to come back to Venty Due and taste all their pizza on the same day/evening!
But I certainly couldn’t do it on my own and had to wait to find a friend to help me!
Finally this I could achieve last night!
As I explained before, the pizza will be on your plate within 3 minutes from the moment you order it: crusty to a perfection with all its ingredients cooked as they should be!
Why and how?
That is where “simple” becomes extravagant:
the pizza is cooked inside a real wood oven.
All wood is “nara no ki/Japanese oak” delivered all the way from Tottori Prefecture on the other side of Japan!
It takes two hours to bring the oven to the right temperature of 450 degrees Celsius, but then the pizza will come litterally smoking on your plate.
So we ordered the Margarita as a start since I had already tasted for better comparison with next two:
Marinara Pizza, with fresh tomatoes, peccorino, organo and olive oil!
Bianca, all peccorino!
The three of them quickly disappeared with a few glasses of solid Itlian red wine!
Did I say simple is best?
22 Venty Due
420-0839 Shizuoka City, Aoi Ku, Takajyo Machi, 3-21-20
Tel & Fax: 054-260-4522
Closed on Sundays
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