Italian immigrants first brought pizza to Brazil in the nineteenth century but over the years it’s taken on some distinct local characteristics. There’s a much wider and more adventurous variety of toppings, ‘half and half’ pizzas are popular, the crust is thinner and less crunchy that American-style pizzas and the edges are often stuffed, with cheddar or the Brazilian creamy cheese Requeijão, which is made fresh in-house at Santa Maluco. And last but not least, the Rodizio style of service means you can eat as much as you want for a set price. Servers bring you samples of different pizzas throughout your meal until you signal you’ve had enough. At Santa Maluco, all pizzas are 18 inch and cooked in their wood-fired handmade oven. There’s a great choice of toppings, weekly specials and even dessert pizzas. The Cocktail Menu is based on the selection at little sister Santa Chupito in the Ropewalks area. We now serve breakfast and brunch from 7:30am (Mon-Fri), 8am on Saturday and 9am on Sunday. The Rodizio is £10 before 4pm and £15 afterwards or you can buy a whole pizza or just a slice.