This pizza restaurant (i.e., pricier than a basic pizzeria) disappointed us. The staff was lovely, but that's about it. Indoors was painfully noisy, to the point that even the young adults in the group didn't want to be there. We sat outdoors, and both tables were unsteady, meaning that perching the pizza tray on its wire stand was too perilous, so we brought it down onto the table!
We ordered the Thai pizza, and while the flavors weren't bad (a fairly pleasant combo of sweet and spicy, a bit too sweet), the crust was thick and incredibly soggy with no crunch at all. I do want to commend their mozzarella, which I thought was outstandingly flavorful and fresh. They also adorned the top of the pizza with lots of large, thick pieces of cucumber, which were just cold and crunchy but not attached in any way to the pizza...seemed irrelevant but made the surface even wetter. Somehow the whole experience didn't work, despite clearly high-quality ingredients. Maybe we just made a really bad choice of pizza.
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