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K Food Pizza
Posted by HungryWoman on 01/03/2013
I've never had their pizza, but their pasta (and their meatball sub) rocks. For $10 I get a 6-7 inch tin brimming with baked cheesy, meaty goodness, and it's MADE TO ORDER (not sitting all day like SO many other midtown places)--with veggies when I ask! I often ask for Spinach and garlic, or carrots and onions, to be mixed in there, and they not only oblige, but they haven't charged me extra! They also pack a generous portion of meat/chicken and cheese. Cooked judiciously (so far, never dried out). What more can you ask for at $10 in midtown? For most women, this would be 2-3 hot meals (averaging 3.50 a pop). But for me, I actually finish lunch and don't feel hungry afterward. That's hard for me to do on $10 around this neighborhood! (And that price keeps me coming back!) We're not talking gourmet here, but I can be fickle and have never been disgruntled. It's delicious piping hot lunchtime value. Kind of like if your small-town cousin made you homemade pasta--I feel like I get fresher/realer food, and more of it, than almost anywhere else around for $10. I would be delighted if they'd actually carry everything on their menu more often (fish would be sweet!), but even when choices are more limited than menu suggests, I don't really care.
Posted by Fair and Blanched *TM on 10/13/2010
The food is unappetizing.The Hawaiian pizza tastes like metal and face astringent and there's nothing Margarita about the Margarita pizza. The tomatoes are white. Just ain't natural.
Posted by Ted M. on 09/05/2010
cheap, cheap, cheap, incredibly edible pizza down the street from the empire state building - the ultimate lunch wasteland. when you get sick of wendy's, mcdonald's or burger king around the corner, stop in here for a 99 cent slice or two (two and a soda sets you back $2.99). toppings are available, but at a large mark-up... the cheese slices are filling and surprisingly not that bad, even if they were $2 each. a regular lunch stop... but again, it's relative to the neighborhood. certainly wouldn't seek it out... unless i were homeless and hungry.
Posted by Amir on 08/30/2010
k Food Pizza has delicious tasting pizza at a very cheap price! I come here pretty much every day because the pizza is always made well -- the crust is nice and thin, there's never too much cheese, and there's just the right amount of sauce. On top of that, it's not the only food they have! When you walk to the back of the store (where the pizza and all of the other food is), you'll find a wide variety to choose from... everything from philly cheese steak sandwiches to pasta, and everything in between! The portions are generous. If you try their small latin buffet or any of their sandwiches, you won't be disappointed!!