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La Eateria in Eastchester

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jhopp217 Nov 22, 2010 02:21 PM

I live a stone's throw away from what used to be Chubby's Express. While I honestly do not eat pizza that often, I do like having a place near by. I've only been to La Eateria twice, but I've been impressed with it so far. First time I had a white slice which was very nice. Not to thick where the cheese becomes too much to handle and not greasy at all. They even sprinkled some Italian seasoning on it, which definitely was a nice touch. Today I had to ask what the pizza was and was told "a Big Mac." I don't love Big Mac's, but has to try it. It tasted exactly like a Big Mac, right down to the special sauce. Any Mickey D's afecianados will adore this. So far, so good! I'll definitely be back.

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Chubby's Express
102 Fisher Ave, Eastchester, NY 10709

  1. j
    Janet08 Dec 11, 2010 09:27 PM

    Seems like La Easteria is changing owners. Well, at least that is according to the sign in their window.

    1. JMF Dec 2, 2010 11:16 PM

      Well, we have very different tastes in food. That is obvious now from several posts you have made. this place has LOUSY pizza. And I got a hot hero, chicken parm, and it was terrible. The chicken was less than 1/4 inch thick. Tough, dry, flavorless. Other places in the area have chicken parm heroes that are 2-3 times the size, with chicken that is real, not all breading. I highly DO NOT recommend this place

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        jhopp217 Dec 3, 2010 08:27 AM

        I wouldn't order a chicken parm hero from anywhere, because I find it disgusting, so I can't comment on it. I'm commenting on two slices of pizza I've had. The white slice was quite tasty, albeit thin (which is what every place in Westchester has turned into over the years). As for the Big Mac slice, I don't love Big Mac's but the taste was spot on. I'm comparing the white slice to other white slices in the area....and it's not bad at all. Where do you get pizza in the area?

        1. re: jhopp217
          JMF Dec 3, 2010 08:45 AM

          Up until a few months ago, Gino's. New guy making it has gone too thin on the crust, and the sauce has changed. Been looking for a new place.

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