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Mar 15, 2010 09:28 AM

'NINJA pizza' gets very much popular in Los Angeles!

While eating pizza, I've often thought "If only the flavors and look of it evoked more NINJA."

Mr Taster

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  1. I wonder if this Ninja pizza was created by the same geniuses behind Ninja Restaurant in NYC lol.

    1. Hi Mr Taster,

      Hahaha. :) I thought the menu almost looked good until I saw the Mochi Mentai Mayo. (>_>) Some things were never meant to be put on Pizza.

      1. Why "Strawberry Cones" Pizza?

        "Strawberries are a delicate fruit, so they represent the delicate hearts of the customers."

        I just love the colorful Japanese perspective on such mundane things.

        It's at Valley and Del Mar

        227 W Valley Blvd #118-B
        San Gabriel, CA 91776
        (626) 293-1852

        Mr Taster

        1. I've heard the hype. I'll probably be visiting some time next month.

          I hope we pay American pizza prices and not Japanese ones. =)

          1. Walked past Strawberry Cones Pizza on Tuesday (after being terribly disappointed that Pa Pa Walk is closed on that day) and found a virtually empty store with a "notice of abandonment" on the window.

            That was quick!

            Mr Taster

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            1. re: Mr Taster

              Trendy AND Bad - a business model which ensures the shortest possible route from cradle to grave.

              1. re: Mr Taster

                Wow, when I went by a couple of weeks ago, there was a note in the window that they were closed for re-modeling and to visit their store on Alameda St. in Los Angeles.

                1. re: JThur01

                  Well, I went by yesterday and read the notice Mr. Taster described. Not even the ladder inside to give the impression, false or otherwise, of "re-modeling". I was there for their opening and spoke with the manager. Nice fellow, but what he explained to me came off like a tax write-off for a lawyer - not that he seemed aware of it, let alone party to it.