Tutti Santi: Post-shopping Pizza Therapy

Recommended to me by some Italians, Tutti Santi is an ideal spot to enjoy a decent pizza for anyone who does their regular shop at the Borek Shopping Centre. 

Located at the other side of the car park from the shopping mall, Tutti Santi provides welcome relief for those who don't enjoy being pulled around the shops or waiting in long supermarket queues. 

While the pizza at Tutti Santi does not quite reach the dizzy heights of the excellent Piec Na Szewskiej or Happy Little Truck, it is still a cut above your average Wroclaw pizzeria. The tangy tomatoes and tasty crust that epitomise the aformentioned venues are a tad lacking here, but what you do get is a generously sized thin-base pizza made with quality ingredients.

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The pizzeria have a good oven and use genuine Italian ingredients, something you can easily appreciate when you tuck into a pizza with a ham or salami topping (such as those in the photos above and below). The pizza below, topped with spicy sausage together with mozzarella, gorgonzola and pecorino cheese, proved particularly morish when twinned with a cold beer in Tutti Santi's beer garden.

Most pizzas are priced around the 20-27zl mark, but are rather on the large size and can easily be shared. 

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Naturally, creating a true sense of atmosphere in a restaurant located in a shopping centre car park is an uphill battle. Even so, the old brick building that houses Tutti Santi does have a hint of charm and the steady stream of customers ensures the place is rarely stale.

Wroclaw has plenty of options for quality pizza nowadays of course, so those dwelling far away from Tutti Santi may be better off looking for a pizzeria near them. On the other hand, if you happen to live in the vicinity of Borek Shopping Centre, this is one local haunt definitely worth checking out.

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 Photo © facebook.com/TuttiSantiPolska

Tutti Santi, al. Hallera 52

Telephone: 730 30 15 30, Website

About Gregor Gowans

Gregor Gowans
The founder and editor of Wroclaw Uncut, Gregor has been running the website since its inception in 2012. A Wroclawian for almost 10 years, Gregor writes on a wide variety of topics including, food & drink, nightlife, local news and politics. He is also a regular guest on Radio Ram's Sunday lunch programme.