Best deep dish on the west coast , sauce is incredible, ricotta is fluffy and savory , the dough is thick but well balanced . Wonderful pie
james.debruno3/18/21, 9:35 p.m.
They left us sitting forever turns out they never put the order in, so they rushed one out. Cold and barely done. I suspect they’re premade and sitting in a walk-in. My 4.1 is generous for this pie.
metromountainman1/21/21, 3:03 a.m.
Paper thin yet zero flop thanks to that undercarriage, excellent crisp but chewy, tangy sauce, good balance of sauce and cheese, not greasy, could easily crush this whole pie. This could go higher if it didn’t have the “sand”. Going out on a limb, this is the best pizza I’ve had in SF!
sf.pizza.review11/26/20, 4:54 a.m.
Off the charts. The deville cracker crust with hot oil is the best pizza I’ve ever had. Never dropped a 10 here before
alex.avila211/10/19, 9:26 a.m.
Great thin crust pizza. Tony never disappoints. Tangy pizza with a great crunch. Best thin crust in the city
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tsingersf5/27/19, 3:03 a.m.
Rookie score, we know. But some things just round. Legit pie. Little too saucy. Good crust. Definitely put this in the rotation.
carl.mack4/6/19, 2:13 a.m.
8” deep dish. Pretty spot on for Chicago style. Crust was nice and thick. Sauce brings a lot of flavor.
sliceofsf10/4/18, 8:09 p.m.
Other review is wrong. Best deep dish in sf and little star Sucks. Great crust and overall ingredient quality. @sliceofsf
tim.beriau9/21/18, 3:02 a.m.
Deep Dish- the old Chicago- average to disappointing. Little star is way better. The cracker thin - Michigan ave - solid slice