RIP – Di Casa

Decent thin crust pizza and soup near the park

Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo 5B
211 342 139
Marques de Pombal
Daily, 12h – 15h, 19h – 23h

Yes, it’s a chain, but sometimes you want to be a little anonymous behind your thin crust pizza, so here’s a good place to do it. The vertical garden welcomes you inside and the friendly staff is at attention to get you settled in. Split a bottle of red and a ham and mushroom pizza for lunch if you’re looking to fill a mild appetite or opt to add on a bruschetta or tomato and mozzarella salad as a starter and you’ll be well satisfied for a reasonable price. It certainly isn’t the type of place you would go to impress an out-of-towner, but when it’s lunch and you just want a slice, Di Casa will do the trick.


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