The anchovy pizza had 4 small pieces of anchovy. Not salted enough. Service had no charm. Just move on and eat elsewhere.
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We sought out this pizzeria for our last meal in Rome, and it was honestly meh. Yes, the pizzas were good, but not worth writing home about. They seemed like something we could have gotten elsewhere. I would call it just average. However, the service...More
Dined here after a recommendation from a friend born and raised in Rome. Really good pizzas for under €10. Lively outside atmosphere with queues for takeaways but we found seats before the crowds. However the staff member was rude and blunt and even took part...More
A delicious traditional thin-crust pizza, with a wide range of toppings available. Yes, the inside of the restaurant is slightly cramped and the speed of service is quite slow. But if you want a classic Italian pizza in a place where the locals eat -...More
Great street restaurant where you can eat genuine Italian food surrounded by locals. Definitely worth a visit. Try the fagioli meals - outstanding.
We went to Ai Marmi because of a TV show, which showed restaurants not taking a service fee. Definitely a plus for us. We had a bakala and rice balls with mozarella filling, both being tasty. The highlight however were the wonderful pizzas: we had...More
Ate so much pizza during two week stay in Italy. This was the best of any we had. Great ingredients like artichokes, zucchini flowers, hard boiled eggs. We ate outside at 7:30 with no wait but by 9 pm there was a line down the...More
Ok, so you might have to queue for a while at busy times, but that tells something. The food here is great, very reasonably priced and the atmosphere is tremendous because the place is buzzing. If you are expecting fine dining and fancy service, this...More