If you are Neapolitan pizza purist, this might not be the place for you. But if you are hungry for some really good pizza in Jerusalem, look no further than P², nestled in between the German colony and the city center, in a location making it ideal for concluding (or starting) a tour of Yemin Moshe. Freshness is a core value here, as every pizza and every plate of pasta are made to order – yes, including the actual rolling and cutting of the noodles. The local pizza style is paper thin crust with gentle tomato sauce and an accurate amount of mozzarella. Toppings include usual suspects such as olives, onions or mushrooms alongside Italian artichokes, huge caper berries and a wide range of charcuterie. The pastas come with either tomatoes or crema di funghi, and besides that you can also have what many locals consider the best Panzanella salad in the city – needless to say, all the vegetables are cut to order. The Tiramisu makes for a descent dessert, though the complementary homemade chocolate truffles might suffice. The vibe is very casual and unassuming and service tends to be on the slower side. Luckily the Peroni beer tap and constant supply of Campari & Soda tend to make the waiting time – be it for your food or just for your seat at the bar - into a rather enjoyable experience. As one of the only pizza places in Jerusalem that’s not Kosher, P² are open on Saturday, but closed on Friday (and they also have a kosher branch, called K2, on Azza Street).