Friday, April 8th, 7:15 p.m.
Pressed for time, me, my Mother and a couple of friends walked into Oak Cliff Pizza thinking pizza by the slice would be the fastest meal before walking over to the Kessler Theater for a show. The price was high and the wait was ridiculous. Over 45 minutes for 4 slices of pizza, all of the same kind. When the pizza was finally served it was burned. The crust was solid black around the edges. We all agreed the taste was worse than frozen Tombstone pizza. On top of all this, all of us, including my Mother, are bilingual could understand every single cuss word that was coming out of the filthy mouths of the cooks in the kitchen, who had looked out into the dining area many times and were aware that we were there. Places like this should not be open for business.
I mean, you need to try it. it is by far the best pizza my family has ever enjoyed. they have the best calzones, the most amazing pasta, and let not even talk about the pizza. and no, i am not writing a review to get free food. this is the best place in town. i drive 20 miles just to eat there. ask for david when you get there. he will treat you like a king
Just ordered a vegetarian pizza and added pepperoni to it. This was one of the worst pizzas I have ever had. The crust was incredibly soggy. It was impossible to actually hold a piece of pizza in your hand to eat it. Could only be eaten with a fork. There was no sear on any of the ingredients. Obviously the oven was not near hot enough because the crust was undercooked and soggy and the veggies had no flavor. The pepperoni had been warmed, not cooked.
This pizza was disgusting. I tried Oak Cliff Pizza instead of Vitto's when they opened to see how it was. The pizza was bad then. Vitto's has closed down now so I tried Oak Cliff Pizza again. It was beyond terrible. It is not hard to make good pizza. I will never eat here again. Pizza Hut is way better than this, which is sad. Oak Cliff has a lot of good food choices. This is definitely not one of them!
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