Being from New Jersey and having had our share of good (and occasionally, great) pizza, we were somewhat perplexed by the near-perfect ratings for Roma Pizza. Roma is one of an assortment of Boardwalk pizza places. While they offer a few other Italian specialties, we (5 of us) came to sample the pizza. First, the good. Our waitress, a young lady, was very pleasant and efficient. We ordered two pies, part cheese, part mushroom, and part chicken parm. The crust was thin but not too thin, and crispy and chewy at the same time; in short, pretty good. Okay, now for the rest. The sauce and cheese, while they were in proper proportion, lacked the taste that the better pizzas have. They only offer one size pizza, 18", and it's pretty pricey, even for the boardwalk. With a TV at the back of the store, it was also somewhat noisy. Our party rated Roma from 2.5 to 4. On average, we gave it a 3. About average or slightly above.. Not as good as the local place we frequent back home, and two steps below the very best pizza we've had.
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