Dough To Go: Rome's First Pizza Vending Machine Gets Mixed Reviews

Dough To Go: Rome's First Pizza Vending Machine Gets Mixed Reviews

Mr. Go Pizza booth offers 24/7 pizzas, kneaded by a machine and served with cutlery.

Andrew H. Sweet
Andrew H. Sweet
  • The machine offers four different pizzas costing around €4.50-6 ($5.2-7.2).
  • Buyers can watch the pizza cook behind a small glass window as the machine kneads and tops the dough.
  • The concept has been met with a mix of curiosity and incredulity from Roman pizza-lovers in a city filled with street food outlets serving pizza al taglio (pizza by the slice).
  • "I would never eat pizza from a machine," said a native, while another opined, "It is very useful if you're hungry late at night and there are no other options."

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