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Una Pizza Napoletana

  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

210 11th St + Howard St
San Francisco, CA 94103
415-861-3444
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3 reviews for Una Pizza Napoletana
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gregdodge (12 Nov)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
This place is...special. And I mean that in multiple ways. Finally went to this SF pizza institution, as heard today they are closing down in a few weeks. This is a scenester pizza place...on steroids. LONG lines, hip vibe, all so fancy. Enjoyed watching the solo owner/chef doing his thing in the middle of the restaurant as we waited. The pizza was great - really enjoyed the crust/dough and the sauce the most. But this is no ordinary pizza dining experience. While I typically think of pizza as a relaxed and fun dining option, this place had a bit too much stuffiness for my tastes.
arosesf (26 Jul)
  • Currently 3.0/5 Stars.
After hearing so many rave reviews about the pizza, we finally ventured to 11th and Howard to see the what all the hype was about. I walked into this restaurant wanting to love the pizza. The restaurant space was very unique - it had a bare bones, minimalist feel that was centered around pizza making and a gorgeous wood fire oven. The menu is short and sweet, which I loved, there were only 5 or 6 pizza options available, one pizza size -12-inches only, served whole (not sliced), no substitutions or alterations allowed. We decided to go for the traditional Margherita Pizza, seeing as this place prides its self on offering best Neapolitan-style pizzas outside of Italy. The ingredients seemed to be extremely fresh and the service was great but overall I have to say I was a little disappointed. The pizza crust was a bit doughy and the pizza lacked the flavor that you would expect from an authentic Neapolitan-style pizza.
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fergusontj (20 Jul)
  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.
Wow - what can I say - I was expecting something totally different. I have heard a lot of people saying how good this place is, but nothing specific. So we walk in...does NOT look like a restaurant, more like a minimalist art gallery. Stark white walls, 30 foot ceilings, stone pizza over in the back middle of room and right in middle of room is a stand where a lone pizza chef rolls the dough, and has the 7 pizza ingredients where he makes pizza as ordered. On the left half of room - a handful of tables, on the right hand side NOTHING. And to top it off, on the stark white walls are only 4 very small pictures. The menu, only has a few selections - no salads, no apps, nothing buy 5 different types of pizzas and beer and wine. VERY limited selection. So we sit and order the margherita pizza and watch him make it. It was good, but the dough left a lot to be desired. A little too doughy. the sauce and the cheese was amazing. I would recco this place, but I wouldn't go here again...out of the way and it seems like its more of a 1 time deal.