My husband and I stopped into Mama Teresa's on a recent road trip along I-95. We were after another pizza place further down Route 1, but found it had seemingly been lost to a car dealership. I grew up in the area and knew that Mama Teresa's was up the road a bit. I also knew from experience that it wasn't very good as Italian restaurants go, but we needed a quick meal. Not having been to MT's in about 8 years, I found it unchanged --the same outdated decor and poor quality pizza. My husband ordered a Taomina and I had the Calabrese. We should have ordered one pizza to split because the two small ones could feed half an army. Be forewarned. The crusts were ok but the sauce and toppings were not. His pizza literally had no taste, even after we piled on the hot pepper flakes: the eggplant was unrecognizable both in appearance and in flavor. My pizza was better but only because it had hot cherry peppers that gave it some zip. The sauce on both lacked quantity and seasonings. Very unsatisfying -- but very like my last experience there years ago. Not the best kind of consistency, I'd say.
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