Restaurants in Nantes: what are the 5 best pizzerias in the city?

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There is no shortage of pizzerias in Nantes, but which are the best? (© Minhyoung / Adobe Stock)

It’s easy to find a pizzeria in nantes However, it is more complicated to find “the” pizzeria that serves quality pizza. News Nantes therefore selected 5 pizzerias from which it is impossible to come out disappointed.

180G pizza

Opened in 2014, 180G Pizza is a marvel. In addition, customers are not wrong as they have given it a rating of 4.5/5 (out of 307 reviews). Trip Advisor. So much so that the pizzeria received the mention ” Traveller’s Choice 2021“. The famous travel guide The little Smart also full of praise:

The Normans Aymeric and Renaud traveled extensively before settling here. Their idea when they arrived on the island of Nantes: to offer pizzas by the piece. Inside the old apartment, which has been completely renovated and remodeled, the vibe is very north Brooklyn, with red brick walls and recycled furniture. On the pizza side, the dough is very thin, made with Italian flour, and the choice of toppings is quite extensive. At lunchtime there are slices and in the evening only whole pizzas. We choose Pollos Hermanos as a tribute to Breaking Bad with its Ancenis chicken. The delicious queen or a sweet pizza with applesauce, chocolate or homemade caramel with salted butter. The emphasis is on fresh, quality produce: many veggie pizzas like the Sam Simon, a nod to one of the creators of The Simpsons, and Lisa Simpson, the vegetarian…

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6c Place François II. Open Monday to Friday from 12pm to 2pm and from 6.30pm to 9pm; Weekend from 18:30 to 21:00 lunch, from €7.50 (one slice, one drink, one dessert) to €12.50 (three slices, one drink, one dessert). (in the evening whole pizzas (31 or 48 cm), from €8 to €21.50). Discounts for students. Draft beer. Terrace. Bring away.

The 500th

Attention ! We don’t pronounce the name of this restaurant in French! The 500 is called “the Cinquecento‘, in the Italian style. This pizzeria offers a large selection of pizzas that will seduce more than one.

Ah, Italy, its gastronomy, its cinema… And its famous car brands, including Fiat and its most famous model: the 500, long called (probably out of envy) the yoghurt cup on our side of the Alps. La 500, an Italian restaurant on Rue Santeuil, has chosen this Italian icon on four wheels. In addition, more or less imposing pieces of the micro-city can be found everywhere inside. The 500 is also an appetizing card.

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That terrace of the restaurant is particularly appreciated by customers, as evidenced by Mélanie B., who comments on Tripadvisor: “I had the Pizza 500 and it was so good. Super pleasant lunch on the terrace! “.

1, rue de Santeuil. Open Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner. Menus from €18 to €23 (evenings). Children’s menu: €8.50. Lunch formula: €12.90 (main course and dessert. €10 for the pizza of the day with coffee). wine in the glass. Terrace.

At Gab

Chez Gab was named by husband and wife team Fleur and Aymeric after their three-and-a-half-year-old son Gabriel. They were trained alongside a world-renowned and award-winning pizza maker, according to Le Petit Futé. The pizzeria is Pretty new, It just opened in 2019 near the Tour of Great Britain.

In a sober black and white setting that zenithes this uncluttered place with a large bay window and a trompe l’oeil mirror for more light, we delight in seeing the dough turn under our eyes and then at the taste that is desired soft and crunchy. On the menu of pizzas with fresh and simple products: daring ones like butternut, fresh cream, butternut cream, goat’s cheese, baby spinach, mozzarella di buffala, toasted hazelnuts, bacon and hazelnut oil, essentials like goat’s honey, fresh cream, mozzarella, rosemary, goat’s cheese , walnuts and honey or gourmet dishes such as manzo tomato sauce, mozzarella, cooked onions, 100% beef mince, Parmigiano Reggiano shavings.

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The pizzeria also received a Traveler’s Choice 2021 mention on TripAdvisor.

17 rue Paré. Open Tuesday to Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday from 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Pizzas from €9.90 to €16.50. On site or to take away. Groups welcome. Terrace. Delivery possible via Ubereats and Naofood.

Pizzeria Dell’Etna

Described by Le Petit Futé as “one of the best pizzerias in Nantes”, Dell’Etna serves quality pizzas.

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At Pizzeria Dell’Etna we don’t mess with this Italian culinary icon. Instead of making big speeches, take a look at the menu: Formaggi (artichoke cream, mozzarella, cheese, oregano), Pistacchio (pistachio cream, mozzarella, pistachios, prosciutto, grated Parmiggiano, oregano), Sale and Peppe (tomato, mozzarella, gorgonzola , cherry tomato, raw ham, rocket, parmesan shavings and oregano), Toscana (served twice a year: white truffle, mozzarella, gorgonzola, smoked provolone, yellow porcini… ) without forgetting the pizza of the week .

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Be careful though, it’s better to order your pizza and take it away than to stay there because The room is very small.

Municipal road 3. Open Monday to Saturday for lunch and dinner; Sunday evening. Pizza: from €11 to €15.50. Bring away.


Vincenzo is a little gem of the Bouffay district. That Dough their pizza is particularly good. The filling is made with local products.

Vincenzo and Graziella Caruso are the grandparents of Jérémy, the owner of this charming place that pays homage to them with this pretty Neapolitan pizzeria. In a bright and pleasant atmosphere, in the heart of the Bouffay district, here you can enjoy hearty and tasty pizzas. With mainly regional and seasonal products. The flour comes from the Minoterie Giraudineau in Saint-Colomban, the beer from Carquefou, the early vegetables from Nantes, the wines from the Loire Valley… On the short menu we taste the diavola with its mozzarella, its spicy sausage , its red Peppers and organic tomatoes, or the filetto with Vendée ham and arugula, the salsicce e friarielli with broccoli, smoked mozzarella and its homemade sausage meat, or even the pizza of the moment, which was the most delicious of our visit Zucca with butternut puree, smoked mozzarella and toasted butternut…

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It is an address not to be missed.

5, rue de la Juiverie. Open from Wednesday to Sunday from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 7:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Menu: around €13. Pizza from 9.30 a.m. wine in the glass. Terrace.

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Kaddouri Ismail

I am Ismail from Morocco, I work as a blogger and online marketer. I am also the founder of the “Mofid” site, in which I constantly publish many important articles in the field of technology, taking advantage of more than 5 years of experience working in the field. I focus on publishing in a group of areas, the most important of which are programming, e-marketing, digital currencies and freelance work.

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