Via Roma was recommended to us when we asked for a good pizza restaurant in the area. We were not disappointed. The exterior of this place belies the welcoming, friendly, clean interior. In the roomy main part of the restaurant there is a nice sofa and chair seating area (for waiting) to the left as you walk in and a counter straight ahead to place your order from a vast menu. Plenty of beverages to choose from in the wall cooler as well and good variety of bagged chips. Small dining room with booths and tables in the adjoining room. Many items to choose from, but we were there for pizza and cheesesteak. Cindy, (who we later found out is one of the owners with her husband, Mohamed), took our order; she was so very friendly and pleasant. We had three little ones with us, and she made us feel very comfortable and welcome. (She even calmly appeared with a wet cloth and mop when there was a lemonade spill, and she offered comforting words to our little granddaughter who felt badly about making a mess.) After we ordered, we found a booth, and the food arrived in good time. Pizza was nice and hot with thick crust (how we love it) and lots of cheese. Very good. My husband, who is from the Philadelphia area, is fussy about his steak and cheese, and he thinks one of the key ingredients to a successful sandwich is the bread. He declared Via Roma's cheesesteak excellent and thought their homemade bread was superb. Prices were very reasonable, food was very good, and the service was great. Most of all, the owners were just delightful people who, we think, work hard to take good care of their customers.
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