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Apr 20, 2009 09:16 PM


Who has a great one? So far Bitondos is good, but a tad overpriced given that it's only sauce and cheese. Give me an oily heartstopper with some pepperoni!

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  1. Over priced? Isn't it six bucks or something like that?

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    1. re: jamesm

      It is six bucks. But it has nothing but sauce and cheese. To me that's a bit expensive for what you get. I don't know if it's fair to compare it to a slice, but I wouldn't pay $6 for a cheese slice. Still, it's really good.

      1. re: ziggystardust

        It's the size of two slices and 3 bucks each for a slice isn't expensive. Plus you're not just paying for sauce and cheese. Someone has to cook it in something in a place somewhere. Those cost money.

        1. re: jamesm

          Does a panzerotti contain the materials equal to two slice sized slices of pizza? I'm not challenging you, I honestly don't know. And I am aware that there are other non ingrediant costs involved.

    2. I haven't had one in years - but Bene's Pizza at Coxwell & Queen was my ultimate indulgence... cheap and enormous - they were $4 then and you could customize them but then the cost adds up - deep fried deliciousness....

      1. Panzerotti Tuesdays at Mortys in Waterloo! Like 3 or 4 bucks, major good deal

        You can choose between baked or fried and all the stuffings

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        1. re: Muffin__Top

          The best that i've had in the city is at Dave's Gourmet Pizza at 730 St. Clair Ave. W. Simply the best.

        2. Roma Ristorante at Bloor and Dufferin makes a damn fine panz, but the real heartstopper is hands-down Tony and Nick's on Dundas just east of Dufferin. Huge. Greasy. Tasty. Cheap.

          1. I would say Cafe Diplomatico at College/Clinton. They are over the top delicious, bordering on too much cheese, but definitely magnificent. Ask for a side of extra sauce.