Still looking for good pizza delivery in the Victoria Park & Eglinton area
- Googs Aug 1, 2013 10:56 AM
Any suggestions? Has anyone tried Ciao Ciao Panini Pasta & Pizza on Underhill in the same plaza as High Street Fish & Chips?
Are you looking for good deliverable pizza, or good delivery service?
Also, what is your definition of good?
I get my pizza at Amato's on Vic Park and St Clair E - more of a pan pizza crust, not overly tart sauce, close enough that the cheese is still gooey when it makes it to my apartment.
I'm looking for good pizza delivered to my door. I define good as a well made, delicious red sauce on top of a well made, delicious crust whether thick, thin, or in between. The platform is everything. I'm not particular as to whether it's wood or stone oven, so long as it's one of those. This I can sacrifice, though, if necessary. I'd like it from a place that knows how to assemble one even if you stray from their set pizza selections.
Have not tried the pizza but had planned to. I tried their cannolis when they first opened. I wasn't wowed, so I haven't been itching to go back... but perhaps their pizza or pasta is better.
Hey Googs, don't bother trying Ciao Ciao. I've been twice and finally decided that they'll never get their act together. I don't know why people think they can open up a shop and then serve uninspiring food. Why bother?
Had both lasagna and later a veal panini. Both were just luke-warm and tasteless. Ingredients (and the veal in tomato sauce) just sit around, so nothing is fresh.
The one pizza sitting there (for slices) looked thin and cardboard-y.
I'll never go back.