Honest Pizza restaurant
Over Honest to Goodness, 12 Dame Court, Dame StreetDublin 2
After a year in our current location and after a few great trips in Italy we thought it was time to develop what we did with dough and try and reproduce some of the great pizzas we hand while in Italy. To keep our offerings as authentic as possible we got a fantastic wood burning oven built and after some work fit it into shop, well worth the effort, the wood burning adds such a great smokey flavor you could never get from any other type of oven.
We have been providing simply flavors, fresh ingredients, love and care to our offerings from day one so it was natural for us to treat our pizzas with the same respect, this gives us the ability to provide what we would say is the best pizza in dublin, at least.
Honest Pizza reviewsSubmit a review
Reviewed 09th March 2016 (visited 9 March 2016 )
One of my favourites for pizza in Dublin. Proper authentic Italian style pizza baked in a wood fired oven. They are Delish. They also serve a selection of craft beers. Good pizza and good beer, you can't go wrong with this combo. Defo check it out if you like good pizza.
Reviewed 14th December 2015 (visited 12 December 2015 )
Been keen to try Honest pizza for ages, being a fan of their café for years. The pizza place upstairs is excellent, a real wood fire oven top quality pizza and top quality ingredients like good mozzarella, superb speck and bresaola. Cant wait to go back.
Reviewed 09th November 2015 (visited 5 November 2015 )
I work in town so I often go here for breakfast, The regular Honest To Goodness menu, not Honest Pizza, although I hear good things about the pizzas too! There is a great selection for breakfast but I must admit I love their poached eggs with brown toast, which are always cooked to perfection, unless you want them well done, or "neglected" as the staff call them. You can add other items onto your order, which I do, depending on my hunger level, but all of it feels healthy. Usually keeps me going until well into the afternoon. I wish the tea came in a pot to keep it hotter for longer but that would be my only critique. one of my favourite places for breakfast at the moment. And lunch isn't bad either.
Reviewed 18th August 2015 (visited 25 July 2015 )
Had a delicious meal here on a Saturday evening with 3 friends after an early gig. Very cool and buzzy atmosphere and excellent background tunes being played by a DJ. I had the roasted artichoke hearts to start which are to die for and then had the fennel sausage pizza. A friend had the roasted pepper starter which I tried and they were amazing, hot hot but the lime yoghurt eased the heat. Everyone ordered a different pizza and everyone was happy, they are gorgeous, thin crispy bases and remind me of the pizzas I've only ever had in Italy. Topping are interesting too, I tried a friends duck pizza and it was delicious. Good craft beer list, everyone enjoyed their choices. Excellent friendly service. Will definitely return. Cool room, great atmosphere with fab food and very reasonably priced. Delighted to have found it.