Before dwelling on the exceptional quality of the pizza, it is worth mentioning the humanity and sincerity of this small (come soon or you’ll wait in line!) and very colorful place – Latin American music in the background, pictures of the pizza chef on the walls, always cute and friendly waitresses. Just after entering we are offered a glass of prosecco and a bite of Pomet, the sandwich by Pasquale Pometto – the Calabrian owner, winner of several pizza championships – filled with rocket salad, oil, fiordilatte bites, smoked scamorza cheese, cherry tomatoes, sprinkle of Parmigiano cheese. Then we sit down and order one of the six pizzas (and only six, luckily! Plus Pomet and pizzas off the menu for those who become frequent guests) made to perfection and with prime ingredients: Margherita, Marinara, Napulitana, Pasquale, Caprese, Positano. The advice is to order them all if there you are at least four, otherwise you will taste the others another time… that is, very soon. We were back the next day, also for the easy digestion (leavening for 48 hours), and now it’s a constant stop at least once a week. To avoid long queues, our advice is to arrive either very early or very late, at lunch or dinner. Ah, we forgot: after coffee; bottles of bitter, liquorice liqueur, limoncello and meloncello on the tables. Of course offered: weren’t we talking about a human place?
Translated by @silaskin