The idea of a pizza vending machine sounds good, but it was actually built in Italy invented pizza? Now, this is the secret of disaster.
One of Rome’s first automatic pizza dispensers, “Mr. Go Pizza”, was recently installed in Piazza Bologna. In three minutes, it can cook four different types of pizza, with prices ranging from $5.40 to $7.20 (4.50 to 6 euros). After the machine kneads the dough and adds fillings, customers can watch their pie chef behind a small glass window.
To say the least, the locals were not impressed. Thursday, Reuters According to the report, customer reviews range from “acceptable if you are in a hurry” to utter horror.
Fabrizia Pugliese, a native of Naples and a university student, said in an interview: “Yes, but not pizza.” She described the taste as more like “pizza”, an ultra-thin soft unleavened bread packaging popular in northern Italy. Instead of pizza.
In an interview with Reuters, pensioner Claudio Zampiga said: “It looks good, but it is much smaller than a restaurant and has fewer toppings.”
Gina, another pensioner who declined to give her last name, called the whole concept “terrible.”
She told Reuters: “Pizza really needs to be heated immediately.” “It doesn’t work for me.”
The location of the machine is of no avail. Along the way is the Napolitano restaurant, which uses a brick oven, which is essential for any authentic new urban pizza. In fact, many Italians would think that a large part of the seasoned classic pizza is watching the pizza maker, or “pizzaiolo” kneading the dough and cooking the pie while you wait for the table. Therefore, you can understand why the slices made by the robot are regarded as victims.
Giovanni Campana, a customer of the restaurant, told Reuters: “I wouldn’t even consider eating machine-made pizza.”
Although people have been eating flatbread like pizza, the roots of modern pizza can be traced back to Naples, Italy, where the poor are the favorite street food. The 19th century cosmopolitan chef Raffaele Esposito is recognized as the inventor of the classic “Pizza Margherita”.As The story is goneEsposito made this dish in 1889 to commemorate the unification of Italy, using basil, cheese and tomato as toppings to represent the colors of the Italian flag.The debut of something like this The pizza vending machine is so close to his hometown, there is no doubt that he has entered the grave.