Pizza, “Picsa” or “Piza” … just the very word reminds us of dense culinary pleasure. There are pizzas of all types, but those of Dirty Office Pizza are a whole show full of color, flavor and imagination.
This discreet place is decorated with elements of the sixties – recreating an office of a communist policeman in East Germany. In this Milan imported pizzeria, the authentic dominates, the price is good and the quality is excellent.
The menu consists of a total of 9 pizzas, all of them made with great dedication, imagination and incredible combinations that are far removed from the more traditional pizzas.
The Margherita never fails, and that’s why they call it the “test” pizza, your first bite ensures that you will continue on this Italian adventure.
After discovering the incredible taste of the most classic pizza, let yourself go and try without fear the rest of its succulent offer because, honestly, none of these pizzas will disappoint you.
Each pizza is made following a meticulous process carried out by Eduard, an authentic Italian pizza maker. He works with various dough, such as Masa Madre or Grain Roto, and different types of flour brought from Italy, ingredients that entail a great deal of preparation and fermentation during days. But the work pays off – in each bite, you discover the wonder of eating a real Italian pizza.
Dirty Office Pizza is far from being an Italian restaurant like most, thanks to the exquisite care taken. A good example of this is the direct importation of seasonal Italy products, which change depending on the season of the year.
The Red Code is a pizza dream from which you never wake up. It is a tasty combination of sweet and salty that leaves you feeling perfectly full, thanks to the mozzarella, the “fior di latte”, the gorgonzola cheese , nuts, honey and ham.
Another delight that you cannot miss is Mr.X, with tomato “San Marzano”, mozzarella, “fior di latte”, eggplant parmigiana and Grana cheese flakes.
And, of course, we cannot forget some of their cocktails, a final wonder that will make you exclaim Mamma mía!
Average Price: 20 €
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 6:30 p.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Text: Maria Acero
Photos: Andrea Invierno