I saw they cook the pizzas at about 550 degrees. True Neapolitan pizza is around 800 degrees in a wood fired oven. The crust therefore was a little undercooked compared to most pizzas I've had around Naples or Sicily.
Nonetheless, it is way better than most of their pizza competitors and chains who serve awful imitations of what pizza is meant to be.
I would go back if the choice was between this and other area pizza places.
Service was a problem with waiters dumping water on a guest, and others that looked like high school students with a deer in headlights look. Would have expected better service.