Let's suppose that you read the other reviews and couldn't wait till you got to this restaurant. So on the way you had various slices of gas station pizza on the way there. My guess is that you would have liked the gas station pizza better!
The pizza dough was flat, limp and tasteless. The tomato sauce was unremarkable and lacked noticeable seasoning. The sausage we added at extra cost was of poor quality and also lacked any meaningful taste.
The chef told me that he cooked our pie at about 600 degrees, well under the 800 degrees used by top notch brick oven pizza establishments we've tried elsewhere. Overall the technique was lacking and suggested lack of concern or knowledge.
The smoked fish appetizer that we also ordered was a disappointment. There was no bread and the salad accompaniment had no dressing. Some of the leaves were badly wilted and discolored.
We went there on a Saturday afternoon when other restaurants nearby had lines outside. There was only one other couple in the restaurant when we were there. We had the distinct feeling that the end was near for this place.
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