This historic oven in the center of Rome is reachable by many different buses thanks to its proximity to many points of interest (Campo de’ Fiori, Largo di Torre Argentina). The atmosphere resembles a typical bread bakery of the Roman tradition. In fact, the original oven dates back to 1824. The service is fast and efficient and is not intimidated by the hordes of tourists coming from the main attractions in the center of Rome. The pizza doughs are well- studied and well-executed (they go from natural yeast to sourdough, to pre-fermentation). The result is the typical pizza that is sold by-the-slice in the capital city’s bakeries: crunchy and loaded with toppings. It's worth mentioning another type of pizza that is available. It is thicker and soft (similar to the Genova focaccia in size) and with a wholegrain flour dough. It amazes for its mix of softness and crunch. The establishment also has a delicatessen and seating at high tables.