Forno Campo de' Fiori
Open Hours:7.30am-2.30pm & 4.45pm-8pm daily
Phone:+39 06 6880 6662
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Member Reviews (11)
- Forno Campo de' FioriCommunity ManagerMember ofArt & Design LoversLocal CultureFoodies+ 4Nov 03, 2012
Probably the best place for a cheap bite in the Forno. The pastries are a hit, but you really ought to try the selection of pizzas. Whether you get a slice of pizza rossa or a more substantial slice, the prices are good and they can be folded to go for easy eating by the water structure outside.
- Forno Campo de' FioriMember ofArt & Design LoversLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 7Jul 12, 2013
One of Rome's most famous places to get some salty, chewy, pizza bianca, Forno is open early in the day and is usually deservedly packed with Romans. Not only a cheap but a delicious place to grab a snack while wandering the streets.
- Forno Campo de' FioriMember ofArt & Design LoversLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 4Nov 04, 2013
I found this place on an iPhone Rome Foodie app and decided to check it out. It was listed as the "best pizza in Rome," disputed only with the friendly competition from nearby Antico Forno Roscioli. I tried both places, and thought Antico Forno Roscioli was better. Apparently people prefer one over the other (sort of like the Philly rivalry between Pat's and Geno's...for the record, I'm a Geno's fan; but I digress).
This place had a big line out the door (great sign) and was a good mix of locals and tourists. I ordered 4 different types of pizza (white pizza with mushrooms, potato & sausage pizza, zucchini pizza and classic margherita). The pizza was good but not the best I've ever had. I also had a pastry that was just fine, nothing too extraordinary.
The location is easy to find, it's right on the main square of the Camp De' Fiori farmer's market. The small store has NO seating, so you have to eat on the go. We took a seat on one of the nearby statues at the market and ate al fresco.
The employees here weren't the friendliest but it could've just been because they were super busy. They were very "no nonsense." Worth a stop if you are in the neighborhood and a must-try if you are a foodie in Rome. Make sure you check out their rival Antico Forno Roscioli and decide which one you like better!
- Forno Campo de' FioriMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2Dec 21, 2013
Take-out pizza in the heart of Campo de' Fiori. Full of locals queueing, which is always a good sign.
It's a fresh and right out of the oven pizza, with great crust (try the bianca!). Staff is super friendly as well, even with non-italian speakers.
- Forno Campo de' FioriJul 05, 2012
Excellent for a quick lunch of delicious pizza or panini and always stocked with the most amazing pastries and cookies. Their food is simplistic with ingredients that are obviously quality, and that makes all the difference. Definitely stop in if you're in Campo de Fiori (and they're open!)