a vast variety of italian from pizza to pastas to parmesean sandwiches, this spot is definite a good eat for some hearty filling food. you can order for delivery as well and they always seem to get there fast. my fave is the pizzarosa, a thin crust feta and mozzarella cheese pizza.. yummy.. the fried zucchini are decent and raviolis pretty good as well.
This is one of the worst restaurant's I've been to in a long time.
It is very dingy and dirty inside. There is this odor that permeates the place, I don't know what it is but it is slightly nauseating.
The salad was revolting, the lettuce was old and wilted. I can't really think of anything to say about the pizza, it was passable in the same way the pizza hut express at the airport is. The rest off the food was like they bought a jar of cheap tomato sauce and poured it over cheap noodles or chicken or whatver the dish was.
The service was average, fine for a restaurant of this (low) quality.
You're better off hitting the frozen section at the market.
You have got to be kidding me!!!!!!!!! I have eaten here before, and while I would call it good pizza, it is far from the best in L.A. Just down the street a bit on Hollywood and Las Palmas is 2 guys from sicily, there pizza is way better. And if you really want the best Pizza in L.A. take a little drive to the SFV on Magnolia and Whitsett you will find the best Pizza in L.A. in a hole in the wall pizza place called Joe Peeps
Never tried the Pizza here, but did have the chicken. It was an atrocity! Nothing Italian about this place. I could have sworn they sprinkled sugar ontop of the chicken. Nasty. You would be better off trying Il Capriccio across the Street. Il Capriccio Pizza on Sunset and Casa Bianco in Eagle Rock are the best Pizza i've had in California. Pitfire Pizza is also pretty good. Pepe's Pizza of New Haven CT is still the best Pizza in the U.S.