Delicious! Very light for a big slice. Nice flavor. Nice amount of toppings and a soft crisp. I would definitely come back and order a whole pie $2.00 for this slice can’t beat it
pizzabaron11/25/20, 5:38 p.m.
Really solid. Only squares for slices but you can order round pies. I wanted a square. Very crispy, decent crust, sauce tastes like homemade pasta sauce rather than pizza sauce but good nonetheless. I dig it. Great knots too. This concludes my 3 days of pizza lol back to the diet.
phillypizzaguy10/6/20, 1:27 a.m.
Thought I had posted this one... but this location has changed hands 3x in the last couple years and now, it’s Marcello’s. I didn’t realize that when I stopped in, they ONLY do a square slice that’s called the “Corleone”... To break it down.. it’s a cross between a grandma slice and a Sicilian. Looks wise, it hit all the marks with more sauce than cheese and it was pretty solid overall. A good balance between crispy and chewy.... but I don’t think it’s anywhere near the 8 range in my opinion. In a tough area in general when it comes to pizza... I’d say it’s one of the better options in the Northeast.... but definitely not the best. It really just depends on where you are... I’d prefer the traditional cheese slice @ Ernie’s or Pizza Roma if you’re somewhere near Cottman Ave OR elsewhere If you’re headed towards the suburbs. Add more garlic flavor to the slice in some way and get the cheese to pop more and I might change my mind. If you’re stuck on Bustleton and have to choose between the limited, average options... I’d say venture to this spot for a square slice or drive a couple minutes down the road to Aldo’s. That’s a review.