“Take a proper Neapolitan pizza, for instance. There’s no crispiness to it at all; they’re soft and wet. If you pick it up and fold it in half, it should almost fall down, but the dough is really light. It’s funny, the only place I’ve had a pizza like that outside of Naples was, bizarrely, in Prague in a place called Ambiente Pizza Nuova.” Well said, Heston Blumenthal, and so true: ain‘t no better pizza in Prague. I highly recommend their Margherita bufala with a wonderfully clean, natural taste of san marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella and fresh basil. All-you-can-eat options also available if you fancy sampling their lovely pasta and antipasti dishes too.