November 13, 2014


During our road trip in Italy last month, we were recommended by Paris restauranteur and chef, Pierre Jancou, to stop by I Tigli pizzeria to try their modern take on traditional pizza. We got lost trying to find it, because the bridge into the center of the village, San Bonifacio, was taken down and our gps had a heyday with that one. Finally, after driving down a private grass path, a friendly farmer told us how to get there. In a somewhat run down, tiny village, we entered a slick, airy and inviting little pizzeria run by chef Simone Padoan.

The water glasses were custom made in nearby Venice, in a traditional glass blowing studio
Pizza with a delicious whole wheat sourdough crust, fresh pomodoro and house made burrata
Their signature tiramisu was the best version of the classic we've ever had!

I TIGLI Simone Padoan
Via Camporosolo 11
37047 - San Bonifacio - Verona
Italy
Closed on Wednesdays
T: 045 610 26 06

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