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Oct 27, 2010 09:28 PM

recommendations for best pizza to order at Queen Margherita Pizza?

Is their Margherita pizza my best bet? Or something else?


Would like to hear about the particular pizzas you've enjoyed at QMP.

I found the mushroom pizza somewhat underwhelming on my last visit.


Queen Margherita Pizza
1402 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4L, CA

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  1. tough question.
    some of their pizzas have cheese, some don't.
    some have tomato sauce, some don't.
    some have meat, some don't.

    e.g. quatre frommagio doesn't have tomato sauce. that kind of turns that option off for me automatically.

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    1. re: atomeyes

      Not sure if part of the reason I didn't like the mushroom/funghi was that I didn't love the sauce. Seemed a little underseasoned to me, but I don't know if the sauce varies a little from visit to visit.

      Has anyone tried the Quattro Formaggi and enjoyed it?

        1. re: phoenikia

          I tried the QF, but felt there wasn't enough gorgonzola, so the flavour was lacking in comparison to what I hoped for.

        1. I really liked the Giovanni when I went. I didn't think I would.

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          1. re: jlunar

            jlunar, did they add the prosciutto to the Giovanni after it was baked, or before?

            1. re: phoenikia

              after! so it's not dry. It's the first pic:

              My comments on it:
              "Giovanni – tomato sauce, fior di latte cheese, arugula, cherry tomatoes and prosciutto di Parma. Best pizza of the night."

              1. re: jlunar

                Thanks jlunar. That's what I was hoping to hear.
                Dislike cooked prosciutto that meant to be crudo!

            2. re: jlunar

              Agreed - the Giovanni is excellent. Tried a couple others but my date and I always agree that the Giovanni is tops.

            3. I had the Diavola and quite liked it...would definitely get it again. My girlfriend had the Mezza Luna and hated it. After tasting it I agreed with her...the calzone part was undercooked and the other part was slightly overcooked, which I guess isn't surprising when they're trying to cook something where one part of it is significantly thicker than the other.

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              1. re: Strongbad789

                thanks... I had been tempted to try the M L, so glad you mentioned this.

              2. I second the Giovanni, but here's the thing. I've been three times in the past month. (Just discovered, and love it, overall.) But I have an issue with the consistency of the product. First time, perfect: cheese still creamy, crust blistered and not too thick, not tooo much prosciutto. Second time: crust too thick and not properly blistered and sauce wasn't nearly as delicious as first time. Last night, all perfect except cheese was meagre and hidden under proscuitto and sliced too thin and dried up! I think much depends on the specific artistry of each pizza assembler, and they need to manage this.....

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                1. re: zoe3654

                  Interesting. The only time I've visited, the crust was blistered, and a little too charred for my taste, but maybe that's the way authentic pizza napoletana is supposed to be. My Italian friend I was dining with loved it.

                  Does anyone know if QMP allows substitutions or omissions on the toppings?

                  1. re: phoenikia

                    They did substitutions for us, if I recall correct.