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Posted by italianbabe on 12/14/2008
I took a bus to NY from the Washington DC area. I was cold and tired after a long day of fighting the Holiday crowds. I just wanted to get something to eat, sit down and warm up. I walked in and immediately felt like family. The staff was excellent. They seemed to enjoy their job. I then meet the owner who was the nicest person I meet in NY or any other place. They made me happy that I had made the trip. I always heard NY had the best pizza. Being Italian I am very picky about the Italian food I eat. Wow, I loved this pizza. Not too greasy, the ricotta was fabulous, chewy and crunchy at the same time. If I ever go back to NY. I know where I'll be stopping.
Posted by Greg Kitzmiller on 10/30/2008
After learning that I had to attend the ISC Expo at the Javits Center, I checked out my route from Penn Station on Google Earth and found NY Pizza Suprema. I am so glad I did. My much anticipated first two slices (I had four) were on their way to a plate before the door had shut behind me and it was just like I had read. Crispy, thin, foldable crust, sweet tomato sauce and just the right amount of cheese. So, if for any reason, you're at Madison Square Garden or Penn Station, for whatever reason, look just south to 31st and 8th for what pizza was meant to be. You'll be glad you did.
Posted by ZAmaster on 10/24/2008
This place is super tasty. I used to live a little more uptown and there was this place 9th that had the tastiest pie. Now, this place may have taken the cake. Its crispy on the bottom and the sauce is delicious. Oh, and I am talking delivery, so crispy crust is rare. Trust me, get a pie and you won't regret it.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/15/2008
A co-worker associate friend and I checked out Pizza Suprema at the suggestion of a colleague yesterday. Forget that the food in this neighborhood generally is SUCK the pizza here is among the best I've had in NYC. I had the fresh mozz and basil slice, which was BEAUTIFUL. TIP#1: On a nice day, grab a slice, a babe, and hang out on the adjacent post office steps.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/02/2008
from 53rd and Lex to delight in this scrumptious pizza. I had long sung the praises Pizza Suprema to my co-workers, so we decided to take an impromptu, unprecedented lunch excursion to see if it lived up the hype. We assembled a team of distinguished pie lovers who were willing to travel great distances in search of the ultimate slice, which I promised this journey would bring. Please note, this distinguished panel does not #$#@$ around when it comes to food..if this pizza was not up to snuff, I would have certainly gotten an ear-full and possibly a pink slip. Luckily, Suprema did not disappoint. We ordered 3 piesa plain, a pepperoni and fresh mozzarella and few slices were left untouched. From the first bite, it was clear that consensus had been reached—Suprema lived up to and exceeded all expectations. The plain pizza was unanimously the best but the other 2 had their merits as well. Suprema uses the freshest ingredients and was particularly praised for its “gem of a sauce”, which was so fresh you could taste the tomatoes. The pizza also exhibited a favorable sauce/cheese ratio, which prevented it from getting too soggy or sloppy. The dough was a bit soft for some, but judging by the amount of slices consumed, it’s safe to say everybody was pleased. We each threw down at least 3 slices, with some of us devouring 4. All in all, the pizza was fantastic and it’s now clear that Suprema deserves to be recognized amongst the top Pizzerias known to man.
Posted by UWS inhabitant on 03/27/2008
I ventured down to this little pizza joint this afternoon after reading previously written reviews about how great the pizza is and they are right on. The pizza is wonderful - we splurged and grabbed a mid-afternoon slice and brought home a full upside down pie...and both types are incredible! The sauce is perfectly sweet and the mozz / crust wonderfully salty - I will go back and hope they deliver to the UWS. Inexpensive and a wonderful staff behind the calendar makes this a def go-to for future pizza cravings.
Posted by Eddie Epicurious on 02/28/2008
I work at a hotel near this run-of-the-mill looking pizza parlor and it has become my weekly obsession. Don't let the no-frills digs give you a bad impression the pizza is some of the best neopolitan mom & pop joints in all of Manhattan. If you are a plane Jane, stick with the regular slices at $2.00 a pop (what a steal!). If you feel more adventurous, try the Fresh Mozarella and Basil slice, or the Sicilian (regular or upside-down). This is what cheap NYC pizza should be: slightly sweet sauce, delectable mozarella chesse, and cooking the crust just right (crunchy, yet pliable)