Rome, the capital of Italy, is known for its historic sites, but for food lovers, it is also the land of pizza. If you are looking for the best pizzerias in the city, you ought to visit the charming village of Trastevere, or you can try Mr. Go, a vending machine pumping out four types of pizza for whenever you’re in the mood for a slice. The 24/7 pizzaiolo (pizza-maker) is located in a residential area of Rome, around 15 minutes away from the Colosseum.

Mr. Go is a vending machine that produces freshly baked pizza in three minutes. Its inventor, Massimo Bucolo, said that there was a hole in Italy’s food market despite it being one of the most important cities. The machine can hold enough dough for up to 100 pizzas. Customers can watch their chosen pizza being made before their eyes. “For that same $7, we could have got a “nice big woodfired Margherita” in Trastevere,” says Gianni, a taxi driver in Rome who has tried Mr. Go.

“We never wanted to compete with a classic pizzeria,” Bucolo says. He adds that what Mr. Go offers is not even a real pizza. He calls it a “cross between a pizza and a piadina” — the pizza-sized flatbreads from the Emilia-Romagna region. He further admits that true pizza is “tossed by hand and seared in a wood-fired oven.” Whether you get it from a vending machine or a five-star restaurant, pizza is a dish that’s hard to resist.