Pizza >Settebello Pizzeria
260 S 200 W, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 8410140.763554 -111.896794
Neighborhoods: Rio Grande
SetteBello – I won't lie the food is amazing, the waiting time was very quick and we recieved our food quickly, but the server didn't pay much attention to our table and they weren't as busy either.. But when we left our server had came outside and harrassed us on why we left her such a low tip! She wasn't satisfied on the tip we left her, and was telling us if we didn't have money we shouldn't eat there, or any restaurant! And she had called us rude, and started complaining about her personal life. Never mix your personal life with business. Never eating there again!
Food is great! Server sucked – The pizza at Settebello is just like you can get in Italy, love the crust! Our server was really poor, she was very slow, took forever to get our checks then completely messed them up, then was not nice at all when we had her redo it, not a great experience.
Good Good !!! – I wish that the price was a little lower so that more people could enjoy the tasty pizza that they have to offer. It is much better though than California Pizza in most places. I like thin-crust pizza, it is my favorite. I also like the Gelato that they serve. Pizza is still well priced, It is worth it to give it a try.
Go there. Trust me.
First the food and now the service – I have been hooked on Settebello's pizza for a couple of years now, however since the departure of their Italian Chef at the beginning of the year the quality of the pizza has declined. However the staff made me feel welcomed so I continue to go. I have been 3 or 4 times this past month and even the service is no longer there. That on top of the poor quality pizza is enough to send me back to The Pie. What has happened to this place it used to be so amazing.
looove this place – i have been looking for a place like this, i love this place. it totally reminds me of my home in europe. service is good, pizzas and salads even better. the wine and beer are super, and atmosphere is always so up beat.
and you have to try the gellatos, they make 'em so good.
i just wish there was no wait for table but its worth it
Amazing! If you go once you will go back! – My wife and I have actually had pizza in Naples Italy, and this is as real as you can get. My best suggestion is to go when you're hungry. The pizzas are thin, but cover the whole plate. And trust me, you're not only going to want to eat the whole thing, you'll want to try their gelato afterwards, too. If you have never eaten a pizza and thought to yourself, "that was healthy", then I would highly recommend the Margarita pizza. Fresh mozzarella, crushed tomatos, olive oil, and fresh basil - what's not to love. Fortunately, I didn't stop with that one, though. We've been back about a dozen times and I am slowly working my way through their entire menu. My second best suggestion is to go during off-peak hours; the food is so good there is a waiting list otherwise. To top it all off, the owner is very nice and the atmosphere is upbeat and modern.
So GOOD! I can't wait to go back! – Having only been to Italy once and never to Naples, I am no expert. Normally, I am a fan of Sbarro, I love thin pizza... Anyway, back to Settebello. I loved this place! The pizza is thin and delicious. My 8 yr. old son came with and he ate 4 pieces himself! I love the taste and amount of sauce, the cheese didn't have as much flavor as I like, but nonetheless, it was mmmmm, mmmmm, good! The basil tasted fresh and with a little extra on top, it just added to the flavor. After finishing one pizza, we quickly asked for another! Cooking time was minimal, so if you are looking for a quick and well-worth-it lunch, this is a great place! I went during the day and it wasn't full, so I don't know how it would be in the evening or on the weekend. But I fully intend to find out, and soon! I may just be addicted to this place! Which won't be great for my budget, but it is well worth it! It looked like the pizza was about 10 inches and it was about 10.00 for the basic, "cheese" pizza. (Which is called the Margherita.) But I recommend everyone try this place at least once! (I read other reviews and some complained about the "burnt" crust. It is the result of the wood-burning oven. From what I know, that makes it more authentic. There were spots of burnt, but, as someone who hates anything burnt, this was not bad and didn't really effect the taste for me. The other ingredients more than covered it up.) I am waiting to go back, and not patiently either!
Finally Real Italian Pizza in Salt Lake City – I miss Napoli ( Naples to everyone else ) after having spent a portion of my life there. One of the things I miss most was the food. This Pizza takes me back. It is so close to being 100% authentic, I would say it is like 97% of the way there, which considering how far away Italy is, it's close enough for me. The pizza is delicious.
The only complaint I had, had nothing to do with the pizza, it was that they used plain mozzerella on the Caprese, but considering mozzarella di bufala is a little more pricey and some people find it too powerful I understand its lack of use . However they seasoned the caprese perfectly, they added salt to the tomato before placing the mozzerella on so that the tomato flavor really came out and complimented the mozzerella. The perfect addition of Basil and Olive oil was just right too, so even though there was no mozzarella di bufala it was still very good. And the portion size of the caprese was good for the price.
One note, since these are thinner pizza's then the American ones and somewhat small you can probably eat one yourself, or at least 2/3rds of one. This can get a little expensive ( a Margherita will run you $10.00 ) but what it costs in price it makes up for in quality.
If real italian pizza is a must have then you have to go to SetteBello. I can't wait to go there again. Oh a margherita, che buona!!!!
Best I've had – After returning from Naples and eating pizza there, I thought I would never be satisfied with pizza is the U.S again, especially pizza in Utah. We heard about Settebello's when it first opened and went down to try it. We were amazed at how favorably it compared with the pizza we had eaten at "da Michele" in Napes. We found ourselves in Naples again this past October and made the trek to "da Michele". Once again we were impressed how well Settebello measures up. To those that complained that the crust was burnt; that is exactly the way it came to our table in Naples. The main difference is they put a little more cheese on the pizza at Settebello. I hate to say this but I almost prefer the pizza at Settebello. It's also a lot closer.
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