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Posted by Lesley on 07/23/2014
The gluten free pizza is made in a disposable tin with a disposable pizza slicer. Right idea to avoid contamination but the pizza was really subpar. Crust tasted like cardboard and had Zero crunch. I really appreciate the extra level of care but it was not edible.
Posted by anonymous on 11/26/2012
Order again from what was a staple go to pizza joint, waited an hour and a half for pizza to arrive, it was stone cold and called the restuarant to be told to just send it back....they never apologised or offered compensation. This was the second delayed cold pizza in a row (and will be our last order from them).
Posted by WhereisAlex? on 11/20/2012
First of all, if you prefer any other Italian restaurant's subs over Mia, you clearly just like cheese sandwiches. Mia produces the most succulent food on the UES. Mia Grandma slice FTW!
Posted by Corn Dog on 10/30/2012
My go to pizzeria, Italian Village pizzeria, was jam packed after Hurricane Sandy so I decided to give La Mia a try since I've walked passed it a billion times. The counter service was prompt and the slices looked decent. But I was over charged for my meatball parm hero. The hero wasn't very good and the sauce tasted like it came out of a jar but I’m willing to suspend judgment on that since they were kind of busy too. The meatball parm hero I got from Italian Village yesterday was excellent and $2 cheaper. I won't be going back to La Mia.
Posted by UES Pizza on 10/13/2011
Ordered Mushroom and Pepper. The pizza delivered seemed it had been sitting for a couple of hours and they threw the toppings on. Unfortunately I will never order from La Mia again.
Posted by loyal_customer on 05/09/2011
i have been ordering for a long time and i recently started eating in the restaurant thats when i realized they have been soaking me. watchout they over charged me the last 3 times i ordered once for $4. i stopped tipping the delivery guys now i just dont order anymore
Posted by johnny pizza on 05/09/2011
I have lived in NYC for 40 years. I have eaten pizza all over the city. La Mia regular and sicilian is as good as it gets. There is one other place on the UES, Pizza Park (60s) that is as good. The sicilian at La Mia is perfect. I also eat the tortellini alfredo quite often. If your pizza is soggy when delivered thats because it came out of a box. Bam.