The street and the establishment take their name from the tank of gas that is found in the area, we are in the Ostienese quarter. Transformed, perhaps, from an antique industrial warehouse, the interior has a pleasant aspect, made with brick walls, lights distributed to create effect, and multicoloured chairs; vaguely underground. The dining room staff is attentive, courteous and discreet. The pizzas (Margherita and Vesuviana), composed by different flours, have a pleasant and well cooked result, only in the center they are a bit limp. The leavening and the resting times are definitely long. The crusts are soft and the toppings fruit of a careful selection. The suppli we tried, the cacio e peppe and taleggio and zucchini, are good, something better could be done with the frying oil. Good choice of wines, but the same cannot be said of the beers; only four.