Feel like a slice of Tropical Pig? This little gourmet pizza place offers its own version of the Hawaiian standard. Whether by the single piece or ... More
Flying Wedge Pizza Co.
Feel like a slice of Tropical Pig? This little gourmet pizza place offers its own version of the Hawaiian standard. Whether by the single piece or whole pie, it will be tasty and inventive any way you slice it. Take it to go, or sit down and enjoy the bright, casual atmosphere. There are vegetarian choices as well. At around CAD3 per slice, it is a good deal considering the generous servings. They also serve soups and salads.
I love the Look...very sophisticated...And the sounds!...You go to a store. Anyone, and the music will be pretty much different, and that's okay-Different strokes for different folks.
The slices are adequate and taste is magnificent, so the equation works out!.
I'll agree the service may differ from person to person and day to day but what can one expect from persons not making much more than $10:00 an hour-myself I'd expect minumum wage to be thirteen dollars an hour, especially in VANCOUVER!
Try the slices and be proud to purchase from a FLYING WEDGE and be nice to the staff-'cause they don't make that much for the cost it will incure the purchasure.
Viva la flying wedge Corp' and it's independant conduct!
food was decent to good but the organization and service was deplorable and they just didn't care much. overall the pizza was expensive for what you ended up getting in the end. not recommended overall.
My g/f and I have loved FW Pizza for a while now, it's truely tasty. However we had a bad experience that left an awful taste in our mouths. We ordered a mushroom and garlic pizza and it arrived so loaded with garlic it was inedible, we had to air the house out, the pizza was COVERED in garlic, obviously a mistake, we complained to FW several times about it and they did nothing and now do not reply to emails about it. Terrible service!
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