Well...It's me, Alien.
Alien get love into Italian pizza since Alien had pizza margerita at Pizzeria Piccola.
*You can find Alien's report on Pizzeria Piccola here:
Let's try this pizza place today.
This is located in Bay Shore Mall.
It was lunch time, and it was Saturday. There was a wait line inside.
No pain of waiting for yummy pizza!
Let's get in line.
Alien got menu.
Alien could see how they make pizzas while waiting.
Wow this is a dough presser.
And Alien can finally place an order!
Alien get nervous.
Customers can select favorite toppings and create their original pizzas.
This system is like Subway's.
Alien's order is set. Let's get a table and wait till Alien's pizzas get done.
Pizza fresh from oven! Excited.
Alien's pizzas are ready.
This is "White Top" pizza, one of their signiture pizzas. $7.95.
White creamy sauce, with becon, garlic, oregano, rucola, and mozzarella on top.
It tasted like... garlic mac & cheese? White pizza is good sometimes.
Alien wasn't impressed by their crust though. Neither fluffy nor crispy.
Another one is "Link In" pizza, another signiture pizza. $7.95.
Tomato sauce, with italian sausage, sauteed onions and red peppers, and mozzarella on top.
Well... the tomato sauce is just ordinary, nothing special in it. Alien would like to have more cheese.
The crust was same as White Top, very thin but not crispy. To be honest, it tasted like an inexpensive frozen pizza.
Their pizzas were not Alien's favorite. This is Alien's biased opinion, of course. This restaurant is a chain. Alien shouldn't have expected high quality pizzas.
Well...Alien got love in Italian pizza at Pizzeria Piccola, but Alien couldn't find another Alien's favorite.
What should Alien do?