dont know about anyone else but when i order alfredo sauce and it comes to the table with red sauce and the cook(the owner who is ALWAYS in a bad mood) says hes not remaking it i dont think he wants my business..everyone else is sooo nice..dont know what his problem is but he doesnt need to b there...didnt get a chance to taste since i walked out after hearing profanities thrown cause he was asked to re make it..
Pizza= Best I have tried in Orlando 5stars
Pasta=frozen is way better than theirs. 1star
Favorite plate=clams oreganatta 5stars
Staff=friendly, except for the owner who seems to be in a bad mood all the time...and just checking the computer. 3 stars
I refuse to eat any other pizza but Sopranos, All fresh ingridients, Grande mozzarella, high Gluten flour and a lots of love goes into the preparation of Soprano's pizza, You haven't had real pizza until you try Sopranos.
The food is awesome. If you are looking for good italian food, a wonderful, friedndly staff and fair prices this is the place for you. This is our favorite place to eat, and in my opinion the best pizza in Orlando!!!!
I went there to eat and there were 2 chunks of metal inside the FOOD!! My husband chipped his tooth and they didn't even appologise! The owner was very arrogant and didn't even want to give a refund, but insisted on giving us another meal, I DONT THINK SO!! Eventually one of the waitresses ended up giving us a refund and boy was the owner MAD! Still no appologies from him, I want to eat somewhere where they care about the customers who are the ones that contribute to their success! It was a lucky thing one of us didn't swallow the metal and die!! Even then I'm sure he wouldn't have appologised!
I was surprised by how few non-national pizza chains there are in this neighborhood. Since I like to support local businesses, I gave the Sopranos calamari and pepperoni pizza a try.
The delivery time was fine. I believe they estimated 45 minutes on the phone, but my meal arrived in less than 35. The pizza was a little on the greasy side (surely from the pepperoni), but better than the processed-tasting product one would expect from a Pizza Hut or a Papa John's. The crust was very tasty as well...exactly what I'd expect homemade, hand-tossed crust to taste like.
It was the fried calamari, however that was the true highlight. The appetizer portion could feed at least 4 people, and it came with a container of marinara sauce and a few lemon wedges. Normally, I expect my calamari to be on the chewy side. Not the Sopranos calamari, though. It was fresh, and surprisingly tender. I would recommend eating them as my friend suggested---skipping the marinara and just using the lemon juice.
Overall, I was quite pleased with my Sopranos meal. The value is comparable to what one would spend for Pizza Hut and the like, and the food is a cut above their mass-produced Italian cousins. Viva Sopranos.