This pizzeria's location right down the road from Termini station makes it a perfect place for a welcome-to-Rome meal. A bright, country-cute, noisy locale, La Gallina Bianca attracts a young crowd and serves classic thin-crust pizzas. Try the "full-moon" specialty, perfect for cheese lovers, with ricotta, Parmesan, mozzarella, ham, and tomato. There are other menu items available from the trattoria menu for those who may be trying to stick to proteins.
May 29, 2009
Mushy pizza, hard to chew. too salty. too much burnt crust. Sticky olive oil and vinegar bottles. They charge 3 euro for bread you did not ask (who needs bread with pizza?). They charge an astronomic 20% service charge. 2,30 euro fora small bottle of tap water. Just avoid this restaurant. I really dont agree with Fodor's review.