It’s a 7, but a 9 for Toronto’s shitey ass
dobe.mia1/2/21, 11:32 p.m.
Full disclaimer Frankie -> this is our third pizza review of the day and as we were looking for the place I was already feeling as if though it’s score might suffer due to the fact that we’ve eaten a lot of pizza already -> this is what we have to deal with and eating pizza is never bad so we are here at Village Pizza (pizza review time Jan 2nd 4pm ish -> 2021)... next disclaimer: we did this review on a slice that was heated up and might have been sitting out for sometime and given the chance to try a fresh pie in the future we may come back again to re-review this place because the quality of our slice was not that great -> in Village Pizza’s defence -> it was the end of the day and we were trying to fit in one last pizza review just before their closing time-> The crust was sort of artisan meets focaccia bread and it was not a traditional type pizza at all -> it was definitely a thin pizza and It immediately suffered from Midtown rip -> plus it had a substantial flop and once it was ripped it was falling apart (in a crumbly kind of way) -> It tasted as old as it looks and the undercarriage was reminiscent of a microwave style pizza-> some would call it crumbling cardboard crust Frankie - I wouldn’t - some would --> one bite everyone knows the rules-> Sauce -> bland ... barely any taste -> very light and the greasy cheese on top seemed to dominate the entire experience-> 3rd and final review of the day -> we bite -> score it -> (1 to 10 / one bite / everyone knows the rules -> 1 thru 10 ~> all things taken into consideration -> all wrapped into one score —-> 2.7 (professional score) Village Pizza-> that’s a review!
cory.kurtzman9/10/18, 9:26 p.m.
Tasty sauce but there was zero crunch, cold slice and garlic butter on the crust which says something about the dough’s natural taste