claire.perkins12/16/19, 12:42 a.m.
Interesting. The thing we ate had no red sauce, but parm, crust and a soft cheese. It’s a bit salty, but good with beer and I appreciate it for what it is.
brian.magbitang4/20/19, 10:59 p.m.
Ingredients were fresh. Pie wasn’t the best I’ve had. It was just average.
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matthew.leclercq12/29/18, 7:16 p.m.
Very floppy neopolitan style. Ordered the spicy salami with bufula mozzarella. Homemade dough and not too much sauce. Crispy crust with sharp flavor. Very light pizza. Would recommend for sure.
david.cosper9/29/18, 4:32 p.m.
Roman style pizza. Made right in front of us using really really good sauce. No flop. Finished off with sea salt and olive oil. Best pizza I’ve had since reviewing began. The Neapolitan style is next...
pzam69/12/18, 2:37 a.m.
First time trying this “fancy pizza”. Dined in at the full service restaurant on the second floor of Eataly called “Le Cucine de Eataly”. They have a variety of pizzas which can be confusing but never bad. I decided to get the “Marinara” which seemed to be the most basic or plain one they had. I got the cheese added on because it originally doesn’t come with it. Very floppy so had to go fork and knife. Crust was phenomenal, crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. “Fancy pizza” as Dave calls it, is definitely my kind of pie.