My family and I went to this rustic, basic pizzeria today because my brother had read about it incessantly on line and said it got rave reviews. I was less than impressed when we were brusquely told to wait outside in a long line before being seated, but it was worth the wait!
They plunked down paper plates and silverware and we ordered two pizzas; one with a red sauce and capers and anchovies, the other with mushrooms and sausage. Make sure you have the red sauce one! It is really simple but it was the best pizza I ever have had - it literally bursts with flavour in your mouth. They must do something with the sauce -- I suspect they simmer it for hours and it really is a symphony of taste sensations (that sounds corny but it's really pretty fantastic). The other one was still great, with tons of mushrooms and cheese. But not as unique as the red sauce one. I totally recommend this place -- it's very crowded, and don't expect A-1 class service. People don't come here for the service. They come for the simple, tasty food. I'd go back again for sure!