In the last few years Wroclaw has gone from pizza oblivion to pizza heaven, with Pizzeria Si the latest must-try pizzeria to stake its claim in what is becoming Poland's little Italy.
The likes of Happy Little Truck, Piec Na Szewskiej, Pizzeria Bube, Pizzeria Taormina and Tutti Santi are just a few of the pizzerias that have earned plaudits in recent times. Thanks to today's venue in question, Pizzeria Si, that list is set to get bigger still.
Nestled in amongst the bars and cheap eateries under the train tracks on Bogusławskiego street, this small pizzeria offers great tasting pizza at reasonable prices.
Pizzeria Si's rather cramped interior only has room for a few tables, but for a few weeks at least diners can take advantage of the outdoor seating area lined up alongside the neighbouring pubs.
The lack of space also means the people in the kitchen have to pre-prepare the dough off-site. Having said that, despite those difficulties the staff's preparation means that the pizzeria can easily work around those challenges.
Regardless, should the pizza prove as popular as we believe it can, Pizzeria Si could well move onto a bigger and better venue sooner rather than later.
On our casual Sunday afternoon stroll we popped into Pizzeria Si and ordered a ham and mushroom pizza as well as another one topped with salami, rocket, parmesan and other goodies.
In each case the pizza was superb, perhaps even on an equal footing with Happy Little Truck or Piec Na Szewskiej. The tomatoes were tangy, while the thin crust and base were spot on too.
Having returned to Pizzeria Si to sample more of their pizza again following this review, there can be no doubt this is a place seriously worth some attention. The only minor issue they had previously was a lack of a licence for alcohol, and they appear to have sorted that as cold bottles of Birra Morreti are now available.
Pizzeria Si, Bogusławskiego 89