Ledo's Pizza serves a pizza that is definitely different. It is not NY, Chicago, Philly, Roman or Napleton (Naples Italy). It is Ledo's. The dough is buttery and sweet and reminds me of crescent rolls. It is rectangular and every time I have had it was thin crust style. I have never seen a thick crust Ledo's. Their sauce is sweet and they have the standard toppings, and some unusual ones like eggs (called a breakfast pizza. Stay away from that one. We called the manager over and got that one taken off our bill it was so bad.).
The restaurant is located in a busy shopping center, and parking is a bit of a nightmare. We got blocked in the last time we went. The decor is typical local pizza parlor style. It has some tables and booths. There are young waitresses that try to do their best to give you good service. I never mind leaving them a good tip.
Ledo's specializes in their pizza, but they also have soup, salads and entrees. The entrees are prepared well, and are a little pricey for the serving size. The salads are fresh. The wedding soup, I think is bland and not worth the price.
Now, here is why I call Ledo's a Yu. My husband and son think that Ledo's pizza is Yummy! I think that it is Yucky! I say yucky, not because of the quality of the pizza, but because of my personal taste. It is not traditional pizza, and I find it too rich for my palate. It is overly sweet and overly buttery. If you think that you would like the sweet buttery taste, then definitely go for it. If you like traditional or thick pizza, go to Philly's Best at Thunderhill.
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