Speaking of Pizza . . .
What makes it unique is that you have to wait 40 minutes for a little anemic pie that should normally take about 7 minutes...
As I've mentioned before, on Saturdays I teach in a Taiwanese school in downtown Flushing...Singha's is just up the block... When we get our luch break, all of the TA's (college-age Asian kids) race each other to Singha's for one of these little pies. They asked me on one of their excursions once and even though their comapny was sublime, it didn't make up for the yucky 'za on my plate.
Stay home and make and English muffin pizza, you'll like it better...
re: Lisa Antinore
But other than that, do they use the regular pizza
formula of dough, crust, cheese, tomato sauce and
toppings? For some reason I thought their preparation
adhered to some religious dietary restrictions.
Anyway, thanks for the warning. I'll stick to English
muffins as you suggest.