We found the place alright using our Google Maps, and there was a large parking lot making it quite easy. The interior is like a bakery or deli set up with pizzas within the counter and fresh bread behind. You place your order and pay for take away only. There are some picnic tables outside, which is where we sat to enjoy our first meal in Italy.
We just ordered one pizza - Margherita - to share, along with some water and a coke for Keith - all totaling roughly 6 Euros. The pizza was baked fresh, had a thick buttery crust with lots of fresh bright tomato sauce spread over, and precut into 4 large slices. I wish there was a bit more cheese, and the fresh basil was scarce but strong enough in flavor. This pizza was not the typical Neapolitan style that we were expecting, but was still a very tasty version. The thick crust made it quite filling.
As we were eating, many more locals came - either popping in and out for a loaf of bread, or ordering a single slice to eat right away. We finished our pie and continued on our way to our first stop... Mt. Vesuvius.
Total Rating: 4.1
Food: 4.5, Price: 5, Service: 3, Ambience: 2, Accessibility: 2.5