First ever “gourmet” pizza I have had with a supermarket base. $31 for this small circle of stodgyness, I may as well have bought a frozen pizza from the supermarket next door.
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A couple who had previously checked out this Pizza parlour, recommended it to a group of us. We bought takeaways and were not disappointed. There was a variety of choices in what pizzas to choose, prices were good, the toppings were extensive in size and...More
Popped in for some lunch and we were the only ones in the shop. Ordered a “gourmet pizza” and curly fries for almost $30 so had high expectations. It’s safe to say those expectations were definitely not met. The pizza claimed to have Camembert and...More
We ordered two large pizzas which ended up costing us $45! Frankly, unless you're a higher end restaurant you've got no right to charge that much for pizza. Just get faster at making them. We ordered the Cajun Chicken and the Margarita. When I asked...More
i am surprised at the amount of negative reviews...really??? did we just hit a good night??? my friends all ordred burgers and raved. i ordered beef nachos as i do every so often when away from home and seriously???? savagely tasty in all the right...More
We ordered Gluten free and regular pizza. We love pizza and found it tasty. We had not had angelos for years it was a really nice treat.
Friendly staff and prompt service but distinctly average food. The pizza was acceptable but the chicken/bacon/avocado burger was below par and the potato wedges much too salty.
We ordered some burgers and fries and nuggets for the kids and it took half an hour even though the place was empty. The food itself tasted nothing special, the burger was a bit weird with a big piece of ham instead of bacon. Uncharming...More