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louie5386/25/22, 1:41 p.m.
Minimal flop. Solid undercarriage. Sauce to cheese ratio was perfect. Overall great slice.
max.carran6/10/22, 3:43 a.m.
Probably the most overrated pizza I’ve ever had solid slice but definitely could find better pizza around the corner in NYC definitely not worth the try
tonus6/9/22, 7:24 p.m.
It’s good pizza but it’s far too expensive and the cheese falls off the slice
jtpizza6/4/22, 6:06 p.m.
Didn’t enjoy the Sicilian as much as the regular but these slices are top notch. Sauce is what makes the pizza here, it’s a must try for any pizza lover. You can’t tell me it’s below an 8.
filipinokid045/28/22, 4:35 p.m.
Definitely good pizza. Especially for it being sold as a heated up single slice. I couldn’t give it the 8.6 that El Presidente gave it but for sure solid 7.8 for me. Cheers.
rushfan-duhpizzareviewdude5/23/22, 8:51 p.m.
Finally. Score is for plain square. Fabulous. Would like a tad more crunch but the edges make up for the softer part. Taste is stone cold outstanding. Sauce sweet and delicious. Cheese adds perfect blend. Execution killer. I can see slices getting into the nines depending on how well done. This is world class slice. Bonus review- plain triangle, best in Manhattan but not as good as square, 7.9. Bonus two- square pepperoni- very spicy. Too doughy. It needs a dough retarder. Nothing special. Matter of personal taste. I love pepperoni. This just doesn’t do it for me. 7.1.
alex.po15/14/22, 1:19 a.m.
Phenomenal pizza. I will say I thought the cheese slice was low 8s still really good but what hiked this score up was the pepperoni square pizza my god. The sauce and pepperoni wS amazing and had a nice spicy kick as well. Both pizzas a little doughy or this mighta hit the 9s…either way great spot.
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bryan.falco4/25/22, 12:28 a.m.
So this score is honestly for the pepperoni. The standard cheese slice, it was good, would score in the 8’s but it was hard to think about anything after eating that pepperoni square. The sauce was absolutely insane. Part sweet, part spicy, part tangy, just never had anything like that. Also had the vodka which was amazing but really, never had a pepperoni slice anywhere that stands to this one. Unreal.
lamp.john4/23/22, 4:57 p.m.
I’ve lived on both coasts, and the Midwest. In the 5 years I’ve lived in NYC, the main issue for me has (shockingly) been finding decent pizza. Prince Street is “famous” for their pepperoni and spicy sauce. I put famous in quotes, because this exact style of pizza is extremely common in the Midwest (Detroit, St Louis, KC). By US standards, this is average at best. Sauce reminds me of Pizza Hut spicy. Pepperoni is the mid-grade kind you would buy at a grocery store in any Midwestern city. I have had 100x better pepperoni. For NYC, however, this is about as good of pepperoni as you’ll get. NYC is well known for having subpar (to nonexistent) meat selections, due to the hassle of importing it here from the middle of the country. I will say it is the best pepperoni in NYC, but by US standards, meh. Somewhat reminds me of an elevated version of Red Barron. Cheese… well, look at the picture. There is no cheese. I guess that was too expensive to import as well. And I would understand all of this — except the slice cost $6! $6 for subpar pepperoni on a slightly elevated Red Barron frozen person pizza? Silliness. This pizza was served cold and the location didn’t even try to warm it up, so that didn’t help.
rob.base4/16/22, 9:39 p.m.
Wanted this to be good but the sauce is the only decent thing. Bad aftertaste from the pepperoni.