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Mici's Pizza Informative - Overated And Small Portions Of Meat!

Review by 15910 on 2006-10-13
DENVER, COLORADO -- Yesterday we celebrated "Bosses Day". The crew decided on pizza. Now I normally don't eat a lot of pizza. It's a bit too greasy for me at times but hey, I'm a "team player" so why not chip in. After all they can't be any worse than say a Pizza Hut or Papa John's, right? WRONG! The meat is cut into slivers thin enough to read the newspaper through it and the cheese (feta?) was a bit greasy. If this is authentic pizza then hello Totino's frozen pizza! They get one thumb out of four from me.
Comments:26 Replies - Latest reply on 2006-10-16
Posted by Slimjim on 2006-10-13:
I hate greasy pizza. It's like an accident waiting to happen. LOL, do those thumbs make glove shopping a chore ZZ?
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
It would be more helpful if you'd have mentioned what size and type (toppings) you ordered, if this company is a national chain (so we could avoid it), if this was an isolated incident, and finally, if you called up the manager and asked for a replacement or refund. Good job.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
All you have to do is remember the NAME. The pizza is some "yupped" up trendy mess. Meats: Sliced Italian Sausage? Some sort of spicy ham and pepperoni. If I didn't like the pizza why would I waste myself and the manager's time complaining about it? I certainly don't want another bad pizza from them and I don't think that thay will be changing the recipe for little ol' me. They'll do fine without me. Just a friendly observation pirate, but your use of commas leaves a lot to be desired. *,,,,,,,,,,*
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
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Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
Darn that "king's English," "thay" put those commas, apostrophes and periods in for the silliest reasons. I'm just trying to empower you Z. Consumers too often settle for inferior products and services with an "oh well, it's just little me" inferiority complex. It's a shame.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
No, it was just a meal not a new home. I'll let you and Harry, squabble about the little things while I live my life. Thanks for your input and you are not capable of "empowering" me kind sir. You don't even own a star. *polite snicker*
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
Was only trying to help, though I now realize some are beyond it.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2006-10-13:
I always ask what brand of meat they use...if they say Hormel...I hang up or walk out.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
Think I'll make a Chef-bor-ardee, that way I can control the ingredients.
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2006-10-13:
If it's Olive Oil on the pizza, it's actually good for your cholestrol...but the the grease may be from some cheap brand of sausage or pepperoni...I've had pizza that had grease soaked through the box...yuck.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
Yes, SOME of us are.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-13:
It was the cheese DB. Hormel makes good bacon and other things besides your beloved SPAM.
Posted by Skye on 2006-10-13:
Go to Albertsons, and buy this New York pizza. It's called Eddie's Pizza, in a big, 2 pound blue box. It is flash frozen and so easy to heat up in the oven. I swear, it is the closest you will get to a New York pizza when you are not in NY. You know its the real deal cause it "folds". It comes from Brooklyn.
Posted by Slimjim on 2006-10-13:
LOL, through the box DB and right on your...noooooooooo!
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2006-10-13:
ZZ...you know better....Hormel makes pork chops, I think Dinty Moore is made by them, Spam, and all kinds of products...but it still comes down to the fact that it's Hormel...and Hormel makes The Basher PUKE!
Posted by DebtorBasher on 2006-10-13:
LOL...No, Slim, I don't carry the box that high up...
Posted by glc on 2006-10-13:
Skye: What makes a NY pizza, a NY pizza is the water. In my youth, I worked in a pizza place in The Bronx. The owner opened a store in Harrisburg, Pa. We used the same flour, same cheese and the sauce and it did NOT taste the same. I figured it had to be the water!
Posted by Skye on 2006-10-13:
You are right, it is all about the water. I am from the Bronx, and miss New York pizza, and found this pizza to be the best thing I can get here. There are some places here in Colorado Springs that are owned by ex-New Yorkers,and the pizza just isn't quite right. Been here 5 years and the closest I have found is this Eddie's pizza. I do every now and then go to this place, Palermo's and they are from Corona, and the pizza and calzones are really good. I miss my people.....
Posted by glc on 2006-10-13:
Skye: I'm working in The Bronx Monday. I will have a slice just for you!
Posted by Skye on 2006-10-13:
Thank you sweetie!! I used to live off Westchester Ave,then moved to Long Island. I will be back in NY in April 2007, so PLEASE save me some pizza and a calzone and maybe a few garlic knots!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-14:
Thank's ya'll Now I have hart burn.......
Posted by NeveragainAmazon on 2006-10-14:
Go New Yorkers!!! "Some" of the best people I know! It has to be the food!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-14:
O! heart burn!!!!
Posted by glc on 2006-10-14:
Lid: What you have is "agita"...pronounced oggida!
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-14:
Agita: Heartburn, acid indigestion, an upset stomach or, by extension, a general feeling of upset. The word is Italian-American slang derived from the Italian "agitare" meaning "to agitate."
Thank you glc and good morning to you.
Posted by Anonymous on 2006-10-16:
I'll try them Skye and thanks.

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