About this Business
11:00 AM - 10:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
The food is excellent, however, the service can be quite slow. Also, they open and close at hours that do not correspond to those on Google. They State on Google that they are open until 10 pm, however, upon arriving at 9:05 p.m. one evening, I found they had already cleared all of the pizza making counter.
good crust on pizza, and usually they make pizza really well; also, like the bread w oil that they allow customers to help themselves; reasonable glass of wine; good house salad; all things considered good quality for the price
The best thin crust. Friendly service.
Hands down the best pizza in Houston!! And the atmosphere is amazing, you automatically get a smile on your face as soon as you walk in
Delicious!!! Would definitely come back.
Great place with a weird name. The pizza is really spot one. I have lived in Italy and this was the closest I have come to finding true Neapolitan pizza in the Houston area. Beautiful decor with caring staff. Will definitely be back!
This was a great after work stop on a Friday to end the week. Sat outside with a bottle of wine with our order. The staff was friendly and high marks for cleanliness. We will be returning again soon.
We really enjoyed the pizza. They have an interesting menu.
Food was decent but there is almost no service and seating is weird
From Our Editors
MidiCi aims to carry on the tradition of open, Italian kitchens serving fresh meals to friends and family. Behind the open kitchen in the center of MidiCi, chefs prepare fresh, Neopolitan-style pizzas made to customers orders. They take four simple ingredients—Naples-imported non-gmo flour, sea salt, pure water, and live yeast—to craft their pizzas, producing signature pies like their bacon and fried egg pizza or spicy diavola pizza with spicy sausage and salami. As the pies bake (in just 90 seconds), chefs can be seen chatting up customers from the open kitchen during each step of the pie-making process, creating a warm and open atmosphere.