The chicken parm was dry and when ordering a Hawaiian pizza, it arrived at the table with old, burnt bacon on it, and absolutely no sauce except for around the edges by the crust-- almost like they were trying to hide the fact that they hadn't put any sauce on the actual pizza. Having lived overseas in several different countries for many years, and also having lived in NYC for 9 years, I can say I have a good idea of how very good pizza should taste. This pizza was a huge disappointment. The manager was also very rude to me when I asked him about the pizza-- telling me that I was wrong. Those were his exact words. Extremely rude for being a manager and owning a restaurant that should be putting out good Italian dishes. Shame on him for allowing the quality of his dishes to fall vastly short of realistic expectations, and even moreso shame on him for treating his customers so rudely.
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