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Member since 2011
42 reviews - 48 ratings
Horrible. Like Dominos, Papa John, etc. I had no idea this was a franchise, but I knew we were in trouble when there was an "all you can eat" coupon taped to the lid. Life is short, why eat crappy pizza?
I don't know how good the pizza is here, but I ordered a meatball sub and it was a travesty. There was exactly one ordinary sized meatball, sliced into four pieces and spread out on lettuce and tomatoes. Yes, you did read that right. Lettuce and tomatoes on a meatball parm sandwich. I've never seen anything like it before, and god help me if I should ever have to see anything like it again.
Ridiculously good calzone. Linguica is great. Lasagna is pretty good. Pretty good meatballs too.
Great for pasta.
Golden Bags. Mmmm.
The food is pretty mediocre and ridiculously overpriced. Chicken Parmigiana dinner is 1/2 a chicken breast, a spoon of seasoned tomato paste, a single golfball-sized potato, and 5 stalks of asparagus for $18. If any of it was better than mediocre, I might have thought it worth it. Meatball sandwich was 5lbs of bread, the same seasoned paste, and two meatballs. The dinner salads are a little bit better, but not much.
very good samosas acceptable spring rolls very good Crispy Chicken Fried Rice, though it could use some veggies acceptable Pad Thai, but kind of bland
3 stars is too low, but 4 is too high. I'd give this place a 3.4, so a 3 star review seems more accurate than a 4 star review. Food here is very uneven. Sandwiches are passable. Salads are pretty good. Lasagna is what this New Yorker (until last month) would have expected, but was surprisingly very tasty. Meatballs here are lumpy and ugly as hell, but also pretty tasty (and not a bad cure for some homesickness). Pasta and red sauce was acceptable. Maybe the worst tiramisu I have ever had, though.
Can't make up their mind what their delivery area is.
Better than a sharp stick in the eye.