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Your favorite place for pizza?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Hiroshi Awazu, Mar 22, 2012.

  1. Hiroshi Awazu

    Hiroshi Awazu
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    I have a few places, Rebellious Tomato, Nat's New York Pizzaria and Pizza Zone over at Metrotown Mall.

    Honorable mention goes to Flying Wedge Pizza and Uncle Faith's.

    I don't overly like the Big Chain pizza shops. Except for maybe Pizza Pizza in Ontario and Quebec.
  2. i italy i know a good place not too far from verona,very big pizza and full customizable :D
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  3. Bram

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  4. http://g.co/maps/d9j3n
    This one. Just because the pizzas cost €8 at most and start at €4.50 I think.. Also it's fully customizable..
    Also they serve Warsteiner beer, which is among the finest 'simple' pilsners.
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  5. Ole Marius Myrvold

    Ole Marius Myrvold
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    At my own place.
    If it hadn't been utterly boring to be in a resturant kitchen for 10 hours day out, and day in. I would've been a chef. But, I tried it, and even though there are nothing in the world as fun, and interesting than making the most perfect meal... It's too boring to do it all the time!
    But still, my favorite place, is my own place, with my own homemade pizza! :D
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  6. Roy Magnes

    Roy Magnes
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    Joakims favourite place for pizza is at my house, my mother is making a really nice homemade pizza :)
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  7. I like the same places as Hiroshi but I also like Dominoes and Panago.:)

    Hiro makes his own pizza from scratch from time to time. He makes a good garlic herb and parmasean crust yum! I wish he would make pizza more often.
  8. Dennis Phelan

    Dennis Phelan
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    I get to go to Pepe's, Modern is good but Eli's which used to be Bimonte's[he married Frank Pepe's daughter to learn how to make pizza] has really made that my favorite place now. I must admit though , that the guys from Kazakhstan that run the take out place down the street do get most of my business.
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  9. Hiroshi Awazu

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    I wish I could just pack up and leave on a pizza eating tour around the world:)
  10. I don't care where my Pizza comes from, as long as it's good :p
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  11. Mohameddo-san

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  12. Hiroshi Awazu

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    Hehe! come to think of it frozen pizzas even taste good after a night of drinking.

    Joking aside, I spent several years working at different pizza joints so I got a bit picky lol!
  13. In South Africa, my favourite place is Romans Pizza. Two Large Pizza's for R112(about $14.50).

    And it tastes great :) BBQ Chicken & Mushroom/Hawaiin for the win...
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  14. Hawaiian my favorite! I'll have to try it with BBQ Chicken next time.

    I found a place I want to try out in our neighborhood. Its called Brick Oven Pizzaria. They use a wood burning oven, I'll bet the pizza is good there.
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  15. Those are the best, the wood burning oven pizza's. Unfortunately here they have ALL been replaced, all franchises now, who are all about saving money, thus all mechanical oven :/

    One day when I win the lottery :rolleyes:
  16. Hiroshi Awazu

    Hiroshi Awazu
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    I used to work at a place called Tano's Brickhouse Pizza. Oh man great pizza! and cheese on pastas would melt beautifully in those brick ovens!

    The only thing I didn't like was wood delivery days. Lot of friggin wood to stack.

    "Got Wood?" Hahahahaha!
  17. In the bin.

    I don't like Pizza, or tomatoes for that matter :/
  18. Hiroshi Awazu

    Hiroshi Awazu
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    I forgot to mention two places that are right next to each other, one is called 2001 Flavors ( don't know why) just a name and FM Classic.

    Both places offer two huge slices (cut from a 18 inch pizza) and pop for $4.00. Sometimes I'll eat at one place then go to the other right after:)

    When Pauline is with me she will go to FM and I go to 2001 .