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Posted by Pizzaterian on 09/24/2006
Never, ever have I had to put salt on a pizza. Don't even like salt. But this pizza was exactly the following: Dough + crushed barely ripened tomatoes + fresh yet tasteless mozzarella + very old oven = Lombardi's. Real nice staff though.
Posted by Brooke on 09/05/2006
We visited Lombardi's for a Saturday lunch and we had no waiting, which was great. The pizza was very good- chewy, crispy crust with the perfect tomato sauce and cheese. The service was only so-so. Our waitress forgot a few things and never said thank-you. But it won't stop us from going back.
Posted by 1/2 of Group Disappointed on 09/05/2006
Unfortunately the Pizza I ordered with Pepperoni, Sausage, Onions & Olives came out soggy. Yes it was not even crisp except on the outer edges. Maybe it was the onions or maybe they just put too much water in their sauce. The others said their pizza with Anchovies instead of onions was OK. The waiter reprimanded me for ordering green olives when I should have stuck to the list and ordered Black olives. Oh well maybe I will find a really good Pizza in NY someday. Chicago Pizza still rules in my book.
Posted by Justin on 07/19/2006
Overpriced. The place is packed with ravenous tourists and this is going to kill both the atmosphere and the service. At the same time, their pizza is -poor-. It lasts about 15 seconds in a box, it falls apart, it doesn't taste good, and the quality varies tremendously. This is a tourist spot. I remember this place being better. Their pizza sells because of its reputation and its history, but it's no better than something you get for 2 dollars a slice in most of Brooklyn.
Posted by Anonymous on 07/10/2006
A bit too crowded with tourists -- so delivery or take-out is preferable -- but the pizza makes it all worthwhile. Great thin crust, fresh mozzarella, and fantastic pepperoni.
Posted by noisiestpassenger on 06/07/2006
Lombardi's is my favorite pizza place in NYC. Each time a friend visits, I insist we go and order my standard pepperoni pizza. The pepperonis are roughly the size of nipples (I had to say it) and curl delicately at the edges. The sauce is tangy and street. The cheese is dripping off the coal oven baked crust. It's delicious. Waits are not uncommon, especially at dinner hours and on weekends but the service is decent.
Posted by STL Mom and daughter on 06/05/2006
Well worth the subway ride and walk to find this place. Had seen on tv. We loved the thin crust and simple topping., warm atmosphere. One of the highlights of our NYC visit.