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Posted by SadTourist on 05/23/2012
I expected an italian restaurant would teach me a lesson about italian food. Well forget about it. Nothing unappetizing, just very bland, no flavor at all. Service is almost impolite and very slow. Ambiance is close to none. Very, very disappointing.
Posted by zita on 12/30/2010
just ordered sal's for the first and last time. the pizza cost more than the listed price and it tasted of...nothing. the eggplant parm sandwich was the same. bad bread, nasty eggplant, some red sauce and the same strange cheese textured substance. I love me some new york slice joint pizza as much as i adore the true neopolitan pies, but this place doesn't even come close to your average corner pizza joint. just skip it.
Posted by matt on 06/24/2009
My gf and I read the reviews and thought we would try this place out. Its a small cozy pizza returant in Little Italy that serves exceptional food for a low price. Entrees come with salad and bread at no extra charge which is very rare in NYC. Overall loved it and def going back soon.
Posted by natasworld on 07/01/2008
If you happen to go here, do yourself a favor an order one of the entrees. They're delicious and reasonably priced. The chicken francese and the chicken marsala are two of my favorites and are at least as good as at many pricier and more pretentious venues. I also recommend the seafood salad. What the place lacks in atmosphere it makes up in the great value. We love Sal's!
Posted by Jaded pizza lover on 02/06/2008
It's a good example of a classic NYC pie and the calzones are just as good as anywhere else, and the guys there are great.
Posted by N.Y. Tugboater on 11/09/2007
I was introduced to Sal's back in the early 80s. I had never had New York pizza before that, and whenever I was in Town I made it a point to go there. The same guys have been working the ovens for 25 years at least. I am always remembered even if it has been a year since my last visit. The pies, and calzones are the best in the city in my opinion. I take my beveragews right from the cooler and the waitresses are always simply the best. It is a family run business of Italian Americans that take great pride in their reputation and quality. They are not posers..they are the real deal.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/03/2007
We stopped in with a party of 8 in March 2007. This was our first time to eat at Sal's. The waitress was terrific. Even had a wandering guitarist-singer sing a few Italian songs. The pizzas, appetisers, pasta dishes, soups and salads were wonderful. Dessert cheese cakes were so delicious. We also had several carafes of wine and soft drinks. With tip the bill came to just under $200. We were well satisfied.