Been going there for years. Best pizza I ever had. It is not the typical Roman pizza, a thicker curst, and they have many toppings.
Delicious food! Great family run restaurant outside Rome's city centre. Good service, well spoken English. Recommend for a quiet typical Italian dinner.
I would recommend this place purely for the Pinsa, which is reasonably priced, very yummy and traditional. However, the "suppli" and "crocchette" are nothing special. In fact, it was perhaps the worst Roman Antipasti i've had! Had I not taken these, I may have given this restaurant 5* but one must rate the experience in general and so I have to take the average between 1 star for the Antipasti and 5 star for the Pinsa. Also I must squeeze in here that the service was quite bad - they forgot my beer and although the restaurant was empty, the pinse took rather long to arrive. Bottom line is: ONLY HAVE PINSA and you won't be disappointed ;)
The pizza in this store is not the same as that in Rome, the bottom of the cake is thick, but the material is very full, the environment is general, not high-end restaurants, is a normal neighborhood restaurant, and many Italians come to pack takeaway ～ In short, the price is not high for general dining.