How do they dare calling It pizza? I didn't choose the Restaurant myself, and find strange that Restaurant chains with this food quality Can still get customer.
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2 of us went for a quick lunch....we had a large thin crust pepperoni....about £22...it was fine, nothing special...I have had worse....would I go back? Actually, yes....more due to lack of choice than anything else....
Ate here one night of our week long stay we had good size pizzas and excellent taco salad along with a couple of deserts and drinks for little more than you would pay for a good pizzeria in England. The waitress was very helpful and...More
We stopped for lunch and ordered a large vegetarian pizza to share on 2. It was not good at all. Maybe because it is american pizza and not italian pizza. Still, it was barely eatable and super expensive! Very little taste, soft thick bread full...More
We have tried pizza's all over the world and this pizza joint could do with a few lessons on how to make different bases. The good thing going for this restaurant is that kids won't know the different, so they'll sell there product to them.
We ate here during a week of skiing. Norway is very expensive to eat out, so this was a great option, as the large pizzas could be shared between people. Great selection and friendly staff.