Omid have yoy been to Sofia yet? They sure have a nice oven.
Dear Pulcinella, "Sofia" is not the correct name of the establishment, which is both a restaurant and pizzeria. The Ferrara oven is merely named after the daughter of the pizzeria's owner, Mr. Matteo Cattaneo, who is an Italian native. The correct name of the joint is Buona Forchetta
(literally meaning "good fork"; otherwise, a figurative expression for a "connoisseur of good food"), which is a new addition to the Neapolitan pizzerias here in San Diego, California. The pizzeria's pizzaiolo, the one in charge of the Neapolitan pizzas, is a friend of mine, Mr. Anthony Rubino, who previously worked for Pizzeria Calabria, another Neapolitan pizzeria (http://www.caffecalabria.com/pizzeria/
), here in San Diego. There is another pizzaiolo, Mr. Carmine Nasti, who is in charge of the non-Neapolitan pizzas at the pizzeria. Buona Forchetta offers about 3 different styles of pizzas. (http://www.buonaforchettasd.com/BUONA_FORCHETTA_MENU.pdf
Now, San Diego has three Neapolitan pizzerias (in order of appearance): Pizzeria Bruno, Pizzeria Calabria, and Buona Forchetta.
To answer your question, I have been to Buona Forchetta, but I have not tried any of their pizzas yet. However, they have cordially invited me there to try their pizzas. Soon, I will. Good night!