Pinsa Maestrello, a new place devoted to pinsa — the square-shaped, Roman variety of pizza — was opened by a couple of young Italians from Verona and a chef from Rome. The latter is responsible for the authentic dough. The pinsa comes in many varieties. Try classic Italian combinations — Margarita (250 rubles) or Parmigiana (350 rubles) — or more cutting-edge concoctions like Tartufina with truffle sauce and chanterelle mushrooms, or Milky Way with ricotta, almond and acacia honey (both 400 rubles). You can also get salads, like an excellent tuna salad for 450 rubles, and desserts, like tiramisu for just 300 rubles. Located next to Khokhlovskaya Ploshchad, newly opened after renovations, the café is a great place to grab take-away food for a picnic on the boulevard.