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Most Traditional Pizza place I’ve ever been. Old school pizza making that is visible from the front of the restaurant. The place always full of locals, which in my opinion is always a good sign. Very well priced and the house wine is a must...try.More
I saw this pizzeria recommended in the travel section of a British newspaper - so visited it on first night in Rome. It was brilliant to eat a proper pizza - and watch it prepared and baked in traditional oven. Delicious house wine too.
On a Sunday, when you know you'll get lots of guests, you only have one waiter serving 2 floors and the tables outside....then you're surprised if someone leaves after having waited 20 minutes to have their order taken and being told, that it's going to...take even longer. On top of that, you go out in the street and shout after those who have left "these people are in a rush, they should go for a take away pizza" ... ''i signori hanno fretta, forse dovrebbero andare alla pizza al taglio''.
Thanks for the tip! At least we could eat.More
This was recommended by a local and at first we walked by as it is small
However we were not disappointed on the arrival of our pizza, best I have ever tasted!
Staff perhaps do not appear the most friendly that you will ever come...across but they are very busy and efficient at what they do, the little things like saying thank you in Italian are obviously appreciated by them and we had a different service to the English speaking table next to us who were making no attempt to whatsoeverMore
The restaurant is small and gets warm in the summer if you sit inside. The pizza is nothing special and the mozarella cheese is imo poor quality. My husband wanted to sit so that he tastes the romana pizza. Napoli pizza is much better.