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A small pizza place with better than average pizza. I cannot comment on anything beside pizza because thats all we had. Hand made and put in a wood fired oven. Earlier in the day I saw the girl with an arm load of firewood going...More
Everything on the menu sounds great, but everytime I go, I have to have the bacon and mushroom calzone. The servings are generous and they are cooked to perfection, not doughy or burned. The atmosphere is great. They carry Crank and Boom ice cream for...More
Downtown Mt Sterling. Great atmosphere in old Victorian building. The pizzas are handmade at the counter. Great tasting crust. Sauce is very mild, not bold. Cheeses are fresh. Caesar salad was excellent- not traditional, but romaine and fresh shredded parmesan with a good commercial side...More
T & F is a great pizza joint to just relax over lunch solo or with the entire family. Great break from the norm and a lot better then the chain pizza places. Great salads & alternatives put the pizza reigns supreme. Nice staff too....More
We visit Tomato and Flames about once a month. The food is always delicious. The salads are generous with fresh ingredients and amazing dressing. The pizza and cheesy bread are a perpetual favorite.
It's wonderful to see this gem thriving in Mt. Sterling. We tell...More
I had carry out here for the first time and I was very impressed with the chicken/pesto. I travel back to the "Mount" about 4 times per year and their hours never seem to match when I'm in the pizza mood, but this time they...More
The pizza is baked in a brick oven snd the taste is fabulous. My friend had a salad & pizza and salad the salad was enough for lunch, but she ate the pizza. The service is hometown friendly. All in all a delightful experience.
First, this is a really cozy little place in downtown Mt. Sterling, Kentucky. The restaurant is in an older building with lots of small town charm. The aroma just walking into the door will confirm you are about to be delighted. I had a lunch...More