Di Lago is their favorite Forbach pizzeria!

The question, asked on our RL Forbach Facebook page last Saturday, was: in your opinion, where do we eat the best pizza in the Forbach/Freyming-Merlebach sector? Many Internet users reacted in comments, some praising a dough cooked over a wood fire here, a warm welcome there, quality ingredients elsewhere. When it comes to pizza, the debate is hot!

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4. This is the number of days the survey lasted

After four days of polling, the result is in: with around 17% of votes in favor, the Di Lago pizzeria in Forbach comes out on top, out of nearly 500 reviews. So we went to announce the news to the boss, Nicolas Scanga… “Excellent!” he says. It is comforting to know that customers are satisfied with our products. It’s always nice to get this kind of positive feedback! »

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Contemporary Neapolitan Pizza

Nicolas Scanga, 36, opened his pizzeria in January 2020, after working for six years with his brother at La Rustica in Betting. His family is Italian, originally from Calabria. The name of his establishment was perfect: “Di Lago is the native village of Nono, my grandfather. A way to pay homage to him. Today, Nicolas Scanga’s pizzeria is full. “We specialize in contemporary Neapolitan pizza. Its particularity: 3 cm high edges, very honeycombed and light, “like you find in Naples”. Add to that products imported from Italy and a cooking time of barely 90 seconds over a wood fire…

Among the other pizzerias most cited by internet users are the Mistral in Gaubiving, L’Estaminet and Au 35 in Freyming-Merlebach.

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