joel.shearrow9/21/19, 10:58 p.m.
Best pizza I have been able to find around tosa. Crust is awesome and flavor is great. One knock is the amount of oregano on it. I personally didn’t mind it, but it can be overpowering. Lastly, what really helps them stand out from the rest is that they actually know how to cut a pizza pie. No squares...thank the good Lord.
ssalentino8/27/19, 12:32 a.m.
Taste is subjective and there are several pizza styles, cooking methods and ingredients that make a pizza taste differently among people. For me, the Neapolitanesque pizza here, specifically the three sisters I ordered, was lacking flavor in the crust and sauce. Also, the charred portions of the crust didn't add a satisfying flavor like the char on the New Haven pies. I wanted to love this pizza but it was just average to me. In my opinion there are at least three higher levels of pizza out there in SE Wisconsin, not to mention the rest of the U.S. (New Haven pies, Regina's in Boston, Chicago pies, etc.). So, I give the pizza I tried a Milwaukee score of 6.6 (Barbiere's, Ann's, Mama Mia's, Lalli's, Balistrerie's, Doc's Dry Doc, Calderone Club, Marty's, Ferraro's, Infusino's, Marco's, Hup's, Ned's, Well's Brothers, etc. all better pies in my opinion) and a true rookie U.S. score of an even 6.0.
zach.tyler13/1/19, 1:57 a.m.
Good toppings and cheese. The crust and dough were VERY tough. Felt like my jaw was going to fall off.
spartan1112/10/18, 2:20 a.m.
After an extensive search during “Pizza Quest 2017” it is a hands down champion and owner of best pizza in MKE.