A journey through tradition, in one of those old-fashioned pizzerias where time seems to have stopped. The dough is classic direct Neapolitan-style, supporting elementary, but classic topping. The service is polite, by the book, and punctual. The fried foods are the real strength of this pizzeria that is in everyone’s heart. A bit due to the frittatata, a bit for the abundant pizza, and a little because one breathes authenticity. Prices are low, but the beer and wine lists are obviously absent.