A little doughy, good flavor, solid pizza
zachary.worthington6/3/20, 6:01 p.m.
Had to wait 8 minutes on a new pie, no showcase full of specialty pies but they put whatever toppings you want on a regular cheese slice. Quality ingredients but the fresh pie was rushed. It was still a little crispy but just barely, cornmeal on the bottom is a plus for me. The cheese was delicious but just wayy too much of it. Sauce was good too when you could actually taste it through all that cheese. I think this pie has really good potential to be mid-high 7’s with proper execution.
chrisspizzareviews2/28/20, 8:59 p.m.
Happy Friday everybody! Pizza review part two. I had originally planned on hitting Pizza By Dominick and New Village Pizza today. Got New Village but Pizza By Dominick didn’t open till 4:00 so I have to come back to them. So anyway, we looped back around hit Andriano’s for my 2nd review of the day. Right on Delaware Ave., in Delmar village. I’m sure it’s the staple for the locals, seems it’s been here for while. At least since 2011 judging by the plaques from sponsoring local little league and softball teams. I’m calling it average football style pizza. Nothing at all objectionable, and in the same note, nothing outstanding. Little too cheesy, little bit greasy, no crisp, all flop. Average local pie shop gets a 6.4, it’ll do if you’re hungry and close. Personally I’d look on the app for a higher score and go for a drive. I saw, almost directly across the street an I Love NY Pizza shop. That’s on my radar next time I’m around, I gotta see if there’s a pizza war, and I’ll settle it for them! 6.4, that’s my review
plainshow10/30/18, 6:44 p.m.
Good crunch, decent crust consistency, but crust lacks flavor. Bland cheese, boring sauce, taste like elementary school cafeteria pizza, so it gets some points for nostalgia.