The 12-inch pizzas ($7 to $15) are the focal point of the short menu. Robertaâ€™s offers a margherita and a tomato-only rosso, but the restaurant is not a destination for anyone looking to stoke memories of Napoli: the heretically creative pies are the thing to get. - Peter Meehan
When you first walk into Roberta's you don't know which way to look...to the left you see a wood burning oven and staff making pizza's, and to the right there is a wall of firewood. The menu is small but creative and the service was prompt. I like the BYO as it makes for an affordable meal. We tried the Falco and spicy eggplant, both great choices. Nice crisp chewy crust, good robust sauce and nice high quality meats and cheeses. Don't be scared to trek to Bushwick...didn't you hear it's East Williamsburg now??
STICK WITH THE PIZZA. So it was a slow Wednesday night at Roberta's. Heard good things, located nearby, and the menu online looked promising. We ordered the canelli beans, house lasagna and a specialty pizza. The canelli beans and lasagna arrived first.. the beans were underseasoned and flavorless and the lasagna was dried (almost charred) yet cold in the middle, lacking sauce, and the little sauce between the noodles was reminicsient of something canned aside from the yummy sausage. The pizza was indeed delicious, but I wouldn't go back for anything besides a pizza.