Pizzeria Ai Marmi
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This is a very well-known pizzeria among the Romans, but it is also frequented by many foreigners. It is better known by its nickname, the “obitorio
,” (mortuary) because of its little marble tables. It is a dive into the 1970s, highlighted by the neon signs placed inside the dining areas. The words “pizza napoletana
” run across the wood-fired oven, even if in reality, the end product is undeniably Roman: thin and crunchy. This crunchiness is maintained also in the version with tomatoes, although an excessive amount of flour in the dough penalizes the taste. The waiters are extremely fast and are in perfect harmony with the establishment and its patrons. The proposals offered have remained unchanged for decades, this is a positive element providing a sense of comfort.