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A Slice of Paradise
Posted by Peter on 11/30/2012
Rubbery, soggy below mediocre buffalo wings. We have a gluten allergy and asked if the wings were breaded or not. The response from the high schoolers running the place was no. Well they clearly had been dredged in flour. I ate a few bc I was so hungry but threw the majority away. Disappointing food and poor service. Have some pride for the service and food your restaurant puts out please!
Posted by Noilyn on 05/20/2012
Service is very mediocre but pizza is great. LOVE their dough and sauce is great. I order one every week.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/06/2012
I order once a week. I've always been happy with them.
Posted by Amanda L. on 08/26/2011
Should have listened to the reviews on here first.. I paid $49 for a pizza, a salad, and wings. They were decent tasting.. but nothing gourmet or even close to worth what I paid. One of the reviews on here says best from sugarloaf to BP... well that's probably because I don't recall any other pizza places in those areas.. I should have just drove to BP or KW for excellent pizza instead of saved gas $ and ordered in.. which I obviously didn't save any $ in the first place. I won't be ordering again even if its last resort.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/10/2011
I have food allergies (msg) and the restaurant staff said that they had no idea what ingredients are in their sauces and seasonings. I asked to speak to someone who might know what the ingredients were, and they said that there was no one who worked there who could answer this question. What kind of restaurant does not know what is in the food they serve?
Posted by Anonymous on 06/12/2011
This was the most disappointing pizza and wings that we have ever had from a restaurant. We ordered 1 large pizza, buffalo wings and 2 slices of pie. The pizza wasn't good at all. It tasted like the pre-made pizza that the grocery-store makes and wraps in plastic. The crust was defiantly frozen and not hand tossed. The cheese tasted like imitation . The Wings were ordered extra-crispy with buffalo on the side. The wings were extremely soggy and rubbery. The best part of the whole meal was the dessert and folks, it wasn't the best either. We spent 40 bucks on a meal that we couldn't even eat. My husband made the comment that we would have been better off getting the cheap totino's crispy pizza from Winn-Dixie. He was totally right.
Posted by anonymous on 10/21/2010
A Slice of Paradise is definetly the best pizza from Big Pine to Sugarloaf.