Sauce and crust were great, but there was way to much flop.
janis5/19/21, 9:09 p.m.
Pepperoni slice. Much better than the other location. Liked the crust and nice sweet sauce. A little greasy but very good.
brandon.rushing3/13/21, 12:09 a.m.
Very thin. Barely any cheese, not very impressed for beverly hills, has to be better pizza here
chefd8/3/20, 12:24 a.m.
NY-style, sorta. Went with “skinny” which was supposed to be thinner. Compares to most NYC crusts. A little tang to the sauce, big flop (and had requested it well done but not much char on it). I’m a long way from Brooklyn.
andrew.stern13/31/20, 8:04 p.m.
Alright Frankie. Pizza had a little flop, crispy but not as crispy as I would’ve liked. Quite a bit of grease and not much tang to the sauce, but overall a good quality slice. Not something to rave over, but still a pretty good slice considering we’re in LA
ryan.rutherford3/12/20, 1:04 p.m.
For California pizza, this is pretty close to a New York slice. Big, thin, a little greasy, very crispy, the real deal as far as Cali pies go. The cheese is pretty generic but isn’t terrible, there’s just about the perfect amount for such a thin slice. The sauce has a nice zip to it and is spread perfectly throughout the pie. The dough is very tasty and the crust is terrifically crisp. It’s not quite as good as Joe’s in Santa Monica but it’s definitely a pleasant surprise among below average California pizza.
tallbany2/6/20, 1:05 a.m.
Solid - about what I expected. Would go back but wouldn’t go out of my way to go back
danj1/30/20, 4:10 p.m.
I’ve eaten here before and it’s been better than it was today. Good crust and sauce, but thinner than a politician’s promise and more flop than your grandpa’s junk before he got a Viagra scrip. It’ll do the trick and it’s better than the competition in the neighborhood, but it’s underwhelming. Might’ve just had an off day based on past experiences (would’ve given it low/mid 7s then), so your mileage may vary.
chris.naylor1/9/20, 12:07 a.m.
Solid 7.1. Good sauce and tang. Thin and flavorful for a 7.1 but a little greasy flop. Has a good crisp by the time You got to the crust.
tyler.t19/27/19, 8:13 p.m.
The pres came through so I had to try this place out. Got to say that I am disappointed son. I was expecting classic ny cheese pizza but the product did not match. Was not that much cheese and sauce and was super greasy. I waited for it to cool down and it still didn’t taste any better. cost $4 for a cheese slice :/
patrick.kelly178/24/19, 4:34 p.m.
Really good pizza. Needed to be a bit crispier m, but good. My camera man cut off the video.
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fuegorita8/23/19, 7:15 p.m.
Tony Winders here, adding my first-ever video review of the top pizza shops in Southern California. Joined by my buddy Moe, who’s been raving about Mulberry’s Street Pizzeria in Beverly Hills for years, I decided to give it my own taste tutorial. Now, anyone who knows me, knows my favorite food is pizza. But those who know me even better know I LOVE SPICY. I can’t live without it. That’s why I created Fuegorita: the hotter, better crushed red pepper. So I decided to mix my two favorite things to give you my honest review of Mulberry’s famed slice of cheese pizza. Cheese was light but tasty, sauce had a bit of tang that I just love, crust was crispy enough but not flaky- except it had a pretty big flop (which deducted some decimal points for me). Pair all of that with the best kick of heat and flavor of Fuegorita Flake and you can get a mouthwatering masterpiece. My score: 8.2 What’s yours?
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socaljeff8/17/19, 9:42 p.m.
Fantastic pie. Very thin. Pretty serious flop. But the sauce is great. Great service too.