Went for first time. Nice hole in wall family owned business. This is the place to go for toppings. Sadly, I rate on cheese. Crust can get a little soft in middle and crunchy outside. Needs more even cooking. Light sauce.
spencer.wessels4/18/20, 1:33 a.m.
Grabbed the "Bianca" after reading another review on here. That means no sauce, tomatoes, oil, basil, parmesan. Bit of a change of pace but it's good. The tomatoes are kind of inconsistent, more on some slices, less on others. The ones not heavy on Tom are the best. No big deal, they were busy, it's covid season. Crust is crunchy on the outside but kind of reminiscent of a breadstick consistency, in a good way? Rest of the toppings are good and well seasoned. Will try a standard cheese laster.
bigfella531/23/20, 12:29 a.m.
Good pie. Not elite. They overloaded it with pepperoni taking away from the sauce. Nice and crisp though and crust has phenomenal flavor
matthew.carter31/18/20, 1:02 a.m.
Pay no mind to the cheese in the middle. That was my fault as the pizza was at a bit of an angle driving home! That aside, this was our first time trying this place (have lived in Upland 29 years) only as it was on this app! The other two in my party gave it a 9 and I gave it an 8 so I met in the middle at 8.5. Results: cheese was perfect, very cheesy, nice stretch. The toppings were generous and fresh. Nice crunch as well.
max.hatton5/9/19, 3:17 a.m.
I’m a pizza snob!!! I’ve had pizza from Chicago, New York, Minnesota, and several other states...here in California I’ve tried pizza up and down both ends, and I gotta say Petrillis is my favorite pizza of all time next to Dave’s in Virginia MN. The toppings are the best. They have the curly pepperoni which crisps right up and adds even more to the fresh mozzarella...the sauce has the right amount of tang and sweet. The only complaint is the crust. Don’t get me wrong it’s delicious. It can be inconsistent at times. It’s best if it baked well, so it’s not doughy. It’s on the thick and firm side. It’s pretty crisp. They cut their pizza in squares, not the traditional triangle slices. They have a pizza Blanca, which is super traditional with the moz, basil, evvo, tomatoes that’s also amazing. Their pies are always piping hot, cheese is salty and gooey. You can take a slice and hold it sideways and the topping don’t go sliding out. The owners are nice and personable. They remember their customers. Every pie is made fresh and too order. They been around for 10+ years but their recipes have been around since the 50’s as they were part of another pizzeria that’s in Glendora...sadly the Glendora location has let itself go down hill, but this location has stood true to its roots...try it!!! You’ll be a repeat customer -
erik.hamilton11/2/18, 1:35 a.m.
Thick crust but nice and crisp, sauce was flavorful and a little cheese heavy. All and all a really good pizza minus the shape no complaints.