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Member since 2012
4 reviews - 5 ratings
Good food, great service. The staff and management are thoughtful and eager -- the food is what you'd expect: deep fried and awesome.
Food was excellent; delivery was prompt and polite. One bone of contention I have, however, was that the menu offers "soft drinks" at $1.75 with no mention of the size. I ordered a cola and was expecting 20 oz or maybe a liter and found a _can_ of soda in the bag -- if you're going to sell cans of soda for $1.75, then please at least have the decency to identify the size/nature of the soda you're selling at that price. Ah Lin has gone from celebrated restaurant to disappointing local merchant in the space of 12 ounces.
The prompt asked "Rate the Food," so on that basis alone, Nizario's is a one-star pizza joint. The crust was typically undercooked and the consistency of wall spackle; the cheese and sauce were of supermarket quality. My delivery person was prompt, polite and careful with the order, but on the merits of the food itself, this is some of San Francisco's least impressive pizza. I've never thrown a half-a-pizza into the garbage in my entire life until this order.
Prompt and courteous delivery. Toppings were reasonably fresh and abundant. Cheese was plentiful and well-heated. Crust and sauce were disappointing, and that's really 90% of the pizza. I had a generally good experience with Royalty, but the pizza was not nearly the rave I read about on Yelp. San Francisco seems to consistently fail the crust test -- far too thick, far too doughy/starchy, far too undercooked. This may be what most San Francisans want from their pizza (I doubt it), but I find it to be a disappointment. Again, good experience, but severely mediocre pizza.