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Posted by Anonymous on 09/06/2012
pizza slices are yummy but overpriced..also everything seems to be in tomato sauce..they dont have marinara..I asked for it they said ok and put in tomato sauce. Chicken parm not so bad.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/06/2012
Tried their delivery, waited an hour and I live across the street. The spaghetti was soft, cold and tasteless. I had asked for marinanra and got tomato, asked for plain bread and got garlic. Their fresh pizza with mushrooms was canned mushrooms and cold pizza. Will not go back.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/16/2010
I went there to get lunch as I wanted to grab a quick bite. So I was staring at the menu board and the guy behind the counter looked at me and gave me the menu..that was nice of him. So, I ordered a slice of pizza and mushroom roll. after waiting about 10 mins, I got my mushroom roll, by that time pizza was cold. As I paid for the food total about $8.50 I asked for crushed red pepper as there were none at the counter. The guy replied it must be somewhere out there. What?? you are the owner, you get me the pepper. I am not going to hunt each table. Anyways, food quality is okay, you are lucky if you get hot food real quick. I personally will try somewhere else in the area although there arent many pizza shops here.
Posted by Daniel on 03/13/2010
What kinda of reviews are these!? i really want to love this pizza joint as I live on the same block and it would be super convenient but after going back a few times to keep giving it another chance I just have to quit this place like a bad habit. Maybe the only thing I'd order from here on out are the garlic knots as it's kinda hard to mess those up.
Posted by Howardr675 on 07/18/2008
We live across the street and order the pizza and/or ziti a couple of times a week. When we try other places for variety, we always say Belmora is better. The restaurant is not a great place to sit in but for take out or delivery it is the best in the neighborhood. There are great Italian restaurants in the neighborhood which we enjoy but when we want it simple and easy, we love the food here.
Posted by Rich S. on 12/18/2007
We stop by here on every visit to NYC. The slices are delicious and the value can't be beat. The hot plates (especially the chicken parm) are also very good.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/04/2007
After reading the review on the baked ziti, I was convinced that I just had to have it. I must say that you do receive a large portion of ziti, however it's nothing to brag about. It was a bit bland and I was very disappointed. I would assume your best bet is to grab a slice.