According to some, Roman pizza comes from the Latin word pinsa, a lighter, oval version of today’s pizza. Maybe that’s why Romans are convinced that their pizza is very good! Rome-style pizza is very thin and doesn’t look like Napoli’s pizza, according to mainstream, tradition is the original pizza. Roman pizzerias will most likely cook very thin pizza. But if you want to try the Neapolitan one there are plenty of pizzerias with thick pizza. In the last few years Napoli-style pizza eateries have become fashionable, so you can also choose what kind of sit-in pizza you want to have.
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