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Official Website: click here
Date Updated: February 18, 2006
Address: 788 Broadview AVE , Toronto
Phone: (416) 466-0111

Nearest Major Intersection: Broadview Ave & Danforth Ave

Details

Price Range: $10-25
Link to Menu: click here
Reservations Required: No
Delivery: Yes
Dress Code: None

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veggie

Reviews: 12Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 2
Overall: January 1, 2008
0 out of 0 people found this review helpful. I have had pizza delivered from this location and sat in the location on Danforth (near Pape-east of pape?). The pizza is amazing but the prices just keep going up. They actually have a pizza priced at over $100 on the menu. Granted it is all organic salami and so forth but come on. The location on Danforth is nice to sit in and the food was good. The waitress even made me a soy latte. They have vegan cakes but they are often stale, I guess people don't buy them often. If that is the case then either order less cake, don't sell it when it is stale and or just don't offer vegan cake if it is not selling. I will still go there for pizza because they have good pizza to put it bluntly that is healthy too but watch your prices when ordering. Also sit in because delivery can take forever and the pizza is cold, if you are paying that kind of money you are better off to sit in and eat it.
I recommend this place.
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brbarcla

Reviews: 1Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 5
Overall: September 24, 2007
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful. My wife is allergic to wheat and dairy, and rarely gets pizza unless she makes it herself. I thought a trip to the magic oven would be perfect as they offer both spelt crust and non dairy cheese. So we decided to build our own large pizza which was advertised at 30$ and allowed you to choose your own crust, (including spelt) cheese (including the non dairy variety) and four toppings. Now I thought 30$ was pretty darn expensive but considering the organic ingredients and the abililty to personalize it to my wifes allergies I thought it was wort a try. The pizza was delivered slowly, was lukewarm and was good (definitely not great). The real suprise came when we got the bill. We were charged 30$ for the pizza plus 7$ extra for the specialty cheese and another 6$ for the specialty crust, making this a 43 dollar 10 slice pizza. Now I understand paying extra for organic and more unusual ingredients but this is clearly price gouging, preying on people who have special food requirements. This is particularly shocking since they present themselves as a specialty shop. I have been to many non-specialty restaurants which have been far more accomadating to my wifes dietary needs and have not felt the need to rob their customers.
I do not recommend this place.
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landland

Reviews: 99Badges: 11This user has a UserRank of 7
Overall: June 11, 2006
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful. its a below average place to eat in terms of atmosphere (its hot inside and the patio is small and shared with the cafe next door), but the food is delicious. i really enjoyed their tandoori wings, and their gourmet pizzas are superb. the prices are slightly above normal, but that's probably due to the amount of different options you have for your pizza. i definitely recommend this place.
I recommend this place.
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