Great food. Very friendly staff. Worth the drive from NJ. Can’t wait to go back and try something else.
It was a very good meal! Good service. Very good food
Best Neapolitan pizza in NYC! (said by a Neapolitan expat ;) )
The lemon pizza and the pizza fritta are top notch, make sure you keep some space in your stomach for the Angioletti, a massive plate of little fried pizza dough pieces covered with Nutella #heavenonearth !
Shrimp Scampi is to die for!!!
Vasy welcomed me back to this quaint little spot in Williamsburg. He served up some delicious calamari over arugula with a side of marinara sauce. This time I went for the fried pizza. The taste and texture was better than I thought it was going to be. I was too full to finish it and took the rest with me. I really enjoyed my meal. The staff superb. Made me feel like family.
We came here because we had to utilize an OpenTable gift certificate, and we were very surprised by the quality of food for such a reasonable price. My wife and I shared the Burrata, which was very good. I followed with the pasta with fresh pesto (fresh is an understatement, it was radiating with green color). My wife had the fried pizza with mushroom and truffle oil, which was very very good and quite a large portion for 1 person.
They were not over crowded, no long wait, and this seems like a hidden gem. The customized pizzas were to die for. Im going back. I stumbled across it because it was close to our location and casual ;-)
The fried pizza was immaculate. It had that fried taste but it wasn't heavy or greasy. I recommend.
Went to dinner for husband's birthday. Loved the pizza!
Simply delicious! I recommend it to anyone who loves authentic thin crust pizze
The pizzas where great. Not the typical New York style pizza, they were more gourmet style and we loved it.
Amazing ! Great flavor, fresh ingredients ...a true neopolitan experience!
Unfortunately, I was disappointed with Forcella. They claim to be the best pizza in Brooklyn. Um, no. We had an arugula salad with gorgonzola - it was the best dish of the meal, altho not particularly memorable. Everything else was basically tasteless - fried calamari (how do you make that so bland?) with bland tomato sauce to dip it in. Pizza Margherita Extra with more bland tomato sauce and a decent crust, and Pizza Margherita with sausage and truffle oil, which made it marginally more interesting. Still, the whole experience was meh. At least it was relatively cheap - if that makes it a good value for mediocre food, so be it.
Vasy my server welcomed me in to begin my dining experience. I started out with the eggplant parmesan which was seasoned just right and went well with the garlic bread. The homemade lasagna was perfect for my taste buds. I opt out for the fried pizza which is what they are famous for because I didn't realize it at the time. So hopefully on my next dining trip there I will get to try it.
Lovely neighborhood gem! The food is so authentic and fresh. Love all of the pasta and pizza selections. It feels like a little Italian oasis.