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Posted by DavidNYC on 08/14/2006
Roma Pizza has great pizza, is open incredibly late, delivers very promptly (though I do live just around the corner), doesn't seem to have a delivery minimum (I've sometimes ordered just a couple of slices), and also has very good eggplant parm. They use fresh mushrooms most of the time, rather than canned, which I appreciate. The slice turnover is pretty quick, so that when you walk in, there's almost always a pie or two that has recently been taken out of the oven. (And you can tell.) The salads are pretty unexciting (iceberg lettuce), but pretty standard for this type of joint.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/03/2006
The service at this place isnt' great, the people behind the counter can be impolite. But the pizza is good and I love the garlic knots so if you're taking out and have to deal with them for a minute it's worth it.
Posted by Pizza lover on 05/30/2006
The best thing about this place is the fact that they are almost always for business and the pizza is always good. I never ate any anything else from the menu, but the pizza really hits the spot, whether it is for an early or a late dinner!! Definitely a place you want to try.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/22/2006
I have only eaten pizza here, so I can't comment on any other items. I have both ordered whole pies and picked up single slices, and although they are huge and fairly cheap, the taste leaves something to be desired. The red sauce has no taste and the cheese that they use isn't good either. When I get a white slice, and they heat it up, the mozzarella got so greasy, and the ricotta has no taste. I really prefer Mike's (on Lex, around the corner almost) - its smaller and has no tables, but the pizza is much better.
Posted by Anony-mouse on 04/11/2006
I get delivery from here often and the one thing to remember is - it's so cheap. How's the food? I get a chicken parm dinner and it's decent enough for the price. Probably better than one would expect. The downside is the delivery. I live on the first floor of my building and you need to walk half a flight down. They also frequently forget the salad, which I of course make them bring back. All things considered, it's cheap and decent. I'd give it one shot.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/22/2006
The food was wonderful and the price even better. The portions were huge and the service was quick. We managed to get two entrees and garlic nuts for under $20. The left overs heat up pretty well, and the flavor is homemade.
Posted by k on 01/18/2006
This is my favorite pizza place in the city, even if I go at 3 am the pizza is still fresh and delicious! They have lots of type to choose from so you can get whatever you want (white, chicken, broccoli and chicken, white and spinach, white and broccoli, etc.) Sometimes the cashiers can be a little unfriendly but its worth it for good food.