A historical establishment famous for its popular pizza, so large that it goes over the edge of the plate. It has also been popular as a cheap meal to satisfy the appetite of the Neapolitans of the historical center since the first years after WWII. Today, its “cartwheel” shape has remained the same and is born from a dough that is risen for more than 12 hours, spread thin, topped with fresh ingredients, cooked properly and served to the marble tables of this establishment in the liberty style of the early 1900s. The dining rooms on three levels are of different sizes and are clean and welcoming, relying on cordial service. The clientele is mainly composed of young university students, groups of tourists, school kids on trips and a vast number of patrons are attached to the typical taste of popular Neapolitan-style pizza.