Want a small local for pizza n pasta then come Here. Not a big menu wouldn't recommend big groups. Menu small Value 7/10 Quality 7/10 Ambience 6/10 Service 7/10/
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The Italian Job has awesome and huge pizzas for a reasonable price, their cheese blend is tasty, chewy and it's sharpness is balanced well, their toppings are varied and tasty, also sell Pasta and other traditional Italian dishes, great for a night in with the...More
This restaurant is great but can get noisy on busy nights. And a plus is that they are open on Monday nights. Main courses are large but there is a great choice of entrees.
We have ordered a couple of times from here and the pizza has always been excellent. The pizzas are more of the authentic 'Italian' style, so they are not overloaded with toppings. The base is nice and crisp, making it enjoyable to eat. All of...More
Our 4th visit and as usual was up to its high standard, the food was very good and the service was great. Good value for money about $100.00 per couple including entrees and desert.
This restaurant is typical of ones local Italian; it's loud, neighbourly and with a menu to match. The staff are friendly and most efficient. On the night we dined the restaurant was full and the staff were very busy. They seemed attentive to others who...More
Ordered a supreme takeaway it was cold and lacked cheese and scarce toppings. I have tried this pizzeria many times over the years and its their pastas that has me coming back. If you want a good local pizza I say go to Mortdale (Mamma...More
We had a family function in this restaurant. It was very noisy and difficult to have any conversation, but worse, the food was not great. The most underwhelming were the pizzas; very thin, chewy crusts with very frugal spreads. For half the price (and twice...More
I've dined here several times and as I was in a big group we had salad, bruschetta and pizza. The food was fresh and tasty and the service friendly. Prices average for similar places. I noticed that the rest of the menu had little vegetarian...More
Reminded me of a "Mama's House" restaurant in Umbria; you ate what Mama was making and a couple of standard pastas, or a pizza. Good, wholesome, not too fancy. TIJ is better and more varied, well known locally for its full range of pizzas (we...More