Not only does Pizzeria Libretto have amazing pizza but it’s the experience of enjoying this yummy, doughy, thin crusted goodness in a real pizzeria which are hard to come by these days. What makes the pizza authentic is that Pizzeria Libretto uses the guidelines set out by the Verace Pizza Napoletana Association and as set out by the Italian Government and the European Union. Baked in a wood burning oven, the dough has that charred and blistered crust.
I ordered the Margherita and my friend had the Nduja Sausage. Both were delicious but the sausage pizza had a bit of heat to it which we both loved. The sauce was perfect and delicate while the fresh mozzarella was to die for. I kinda felt like Julia Roberts in Eat, Pray, Love when she gave up all her guilt and had a relationship with her pizza.
Pizzeria Libretto has two locations in Toronto, this should be on your bucket list. Do you have a favourite pizzeria?