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San Matteo Panuozzo
Posted by CR on 02/10/2011
Well made neapolitan pies. Italian wine selection. Adorable small room. Feels like Italy.
Posted by Jon Laslo on 02/01/2011
The products used at San Matteo are amazing! The pizza is for one and should be eaten the second it comes out of the oven ( delivery does not justice to it)... I loved the panuozzo, just like in Salerno and Polla ( I am from there).. the antipasto was amazing and a great deal. All in all, this is one of the more authentic pizzeria in the area and again, the prouducts they use are fantastic...
Posted by Don N. on 01/30/2011
Waited exactly 1 hour and 22 minutes to have our food delivered. After an hour of waiting I called and was told the deliveryman had just left. Twenty two minutes later he arrived having travelled the FIVE BLOCKS to my apartment. As for the food, I shake my head. The pizza was very good, but was slightly bigger than a dinner plate, not your traditional pizza that serves more than one person. This would've been fine had they mentioned this on the menu. As for me shaking my head...the pizza wasn't cut! Let me repeat that. The pizza wasn't cut. Enough said.
Posted by jnyc on 01/08/2011
Hi San Matteo, I had your prosciutto pannouzzo a few times in the past and it was OUT OF THIS WORLD (ie no speaking during eating). The prosciutto was fresh and amazing. I just ordered it again and it was greasy and the meat was not as great. Still a fabulous sandwich but 4* instead of 5*. Go back to your original ways!
Posted by foodiewino on 01/02/2011
I went there the other night because it was the closest pizzeria near my friend's apartment. Once I stepped inside, the cozy/small atmosphere and the warmth and aromas from the oven made me immediately excited for what I knew would be good authentic food. A bottle of wine was less than $30 which is a bargain in NYC terms, and all the menu items looked delicious. We ordered the prosciutto, fig, and cheese antipasto and it was amazing (and a huge platter)! The prosciutto was straight from italy, just like the ones I ate in Toscana. We also shared a pizza (diavolo), even though we were already full from the antipasti, and it was perfectly oven baked and all the ingredients tasted were deliciously fresh. The capuccino was a perfect ending to a delectable meal. We took our leisurely time and the staff was accommodating and very friendly even though the place was getting packed. San Mateo is definitely a place for you and your special friend to share a great authentic italian night.
Posted by Mode on 01/02/2011
A boring and greasy pizza. We ordered the Diavola and Margherita with porcini mushrooms. Delivery was quick but the pizzas did not look appealing. Toppings were scarce (there were maybe 5 mushrooms on one pizza) and the tomato sauce was very bland.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/05/2010
I ate at San Mateo for the first time today. The space is very small but the staff are attentive and friendly. The menu is very heavily focused on variations on bread and cheese, so pizza, calzones, and panuozzo - which if you don't know is like a stuffed panini. Everything we had was delicious with very high quality cheese and wonderful dough for the calzone and panuozzo. It was freezing out when we went, so sit away from the door, or else your pizza will be chilled pretty quickly by the cold air blowing on you.