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Menu, Sano, Exchange St Upper, Temple Bar – Download

Menu, Sano, Ranelagh  – Download


Exchange St Upper – Home Delivery – Deliveroo Exchange St Upper

Ranelagh – Home Delivery – Deliveroo Ranelagh


Exchange St Upper, Collection Only, please order here – Order for Collection Exchange St Upper
Sano Ranelagh, Collection Only, please order here – Order for Collection Ranelagh


BOOKING – Please note all bookings are for indoor dining only.
We do not take bookings for outdoor dining. For inside dining all members of your party must have valid photo ID & a vaccine cert with a QR code to enter.
Please note we have lots of outside tables at Exchange St Upper all weekend from 6:30pm as the streets are closed off. Unfortunately, we don’t offer outdoor dining at Ranelagh.
Book here for Exchange St Upper
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Make at home pizza video Watch here


Our Story

Sano simply translates to healthy.

The idea for Sano came about after the MacHugh twin brothers visited Naples. All pizzas in Naples are made the Neapolitan way, using sourdough for the base, and cooked in traditional stone ovens at 500 degrees. Not only were these pizzas delicious, they had the added benefit of a much lower salt content, a lot less than the traditional pizza bases we are all used to. The other thing that struck the twins was how affordable the pizzas were – everywhere they went in Naples the pizzerias were jammed packed with friends & families, all out enjoying fine food at affordable prices. Thereafter they set off to open a Neapolitan pizzeria in Dublin, sourced traditional stone ovens and purchased two direct from the manufacturer in the heart of Naples. Not long after, they found a suitable site and transformed it into Sano Pizza.

Their goal is to serve their customers the finest Neapolitan Pizzas, at an affordable cost, along with competitive cost for drinks, sides and desserts, ensuring everyone can afford to visit and enjoy Sano.

View work in progress at Sano
See the Sano ovens being made in Naples
View the MacHugh twins visit to Naples