Italy’s capital is offering a less-traditional means of ordering pizza.
A pizza vending machine called “Mr. Pizza Go” is now in the heart of Rome. With the birthplace of pizza just right around the corner in Naples, many local reviews are less than enthusiastic of the vending machine.
Customers can watch the machine knead and top the dough through a small window. It can cook four types of pizza in three minutes, with each pie costing the equivalent of five to seven U.S. dollars.
The appearance of the machine has kicked off a turf war for the company behind the devices.