Monday, August 03, 2015

NàRoma Pizza Bar

Umm... Did someone say pizza?

Over the long weekend, I went hiking in Hamilton to see the falls and got some awesome viewpoint shots. And to be completely honest, this was my first time in Hamilton. I also had no expectation for the food there. We were just walking down Locke Street and randomly decided to eat at NàRoma.

I was thrilled to later find out that it had a 4.2 rating on Zomato (I let out a secret 'yay')!

It was a really nice day, so everyone was seated on the patio. After our hike, we were pretty warm so we decided to sit inside.

And of course, being super hungry, we ordered one of their festa sized pizzas. On the menu, it said it would serve 4-6 people (perfect, because we had 5 people) and there would be 24 slices (which was perfect, as that meant we all got approx 4 slices each). Keep in mind, these are the 1x1 square slices. Or so I thought.

However... This is what we ended up getting:

Yup. You are seeing right.
We got 32 slices of pizza.
So. Much. Pizza.

We split our pizza into four and chose the following ones:

Brie e Prosciutto - mozzarella, triple cream brie cheese, prosciutto, fig jam, caramelized onions, and arugula, with a drizzle of reduced balsamic
Hawaiano - tomato sauce, mozzarella, ricota, pineapple, hot pepper oil, and cured ham

Terra - kale, red onion, zucchini, red pepper, artichoke, infornate olives, and roasted garlic
Pollo alla Brace - mozzarella, BBQ chicken, cheddar cheese, red onion, and mushrooms

It was heavenlyyyy. All four were really good and everyone enjoyed it.

My favorite was the brie and prosciutto. It was a good mix of salty from the prosciutto, richness from the brie and sweetness from the balsamic. Another table favourite was the Hawaiano. What was so good about this was that it had a little spicy kick to it!
I would definitely recommend someone to try NàRoma if you're ever in the area!

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